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GRAVE AND GAY. Losing Time Thereabouts. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 21 August 1914
GRAVE AND GAY. Losing Time Thereabouts. Tho traveller found the old farmer sitting on the fence chewing a wisp | of hay. | "What do you think of the tariff?" asked tho traveller. "Dunno/ drawled the old man la conically. "Ain't read about it." j "Well, they put an extra tax 011 tea." | "That don't bother mo, stranger. We drink sassafras lea around tlu-t;e ' parts." ! And candy." "Gosh; wo don't need any imported candy. Wild honey in the woods and sweet .mini trees for the cutting." "And feathers." And then tho old jnnn resumed chewing his wisp of hay. "Don't hurt us any, partner. Lucy don't want any ostrich plumes and birds of paradise. Homo grown roos ter feathers are good enough for her. Calculate there ain't noihini; in that tariff to affect us, stranger. You are ; just losing time telling about it in these parts."
Nightmare. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
Nightmare. Nightmare, according to one theory, is due to a suspension o£ power in the muscles o£ inspiration. The weight, the want of breathing, and the sense of suffocation seem to prove this; and a still greater proof is that, after the sufferer can speak only one syl lable, the paroxysm is at an end. The word cannot bo spoken without breath -breath cannot come out of the lungs until it is brought in, nor brought in without the action of the muscles of the breaat and ribs. Nothing can be more simple than the cause; it is tho temporary paralysis of the pector al muscles, through tho medium of the nerves which supply them with feoliug.
How to Keep Slender. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
How to Keep Slender. Tho following suggestions have been recommended to those who are de veloping a tendency to obesity Take as many meals as you like, but always at regular hours. Satisfy your hunger at each meal, but endeavor not to overload your stomach. Keep to the same meuus as much as possible. Do not touch sugar or any dish or food substance containing it, except ing fresh fruits. Take as littlo bread as possible; abstain from it entirely if you can. Eat boiled or fried meat iu prefer ence to other forms. Cold meat is the best, however, then boiled fish and green vegetables. Take little butter and few eggs, and avoid entire ly all forms of ragout, sauces, and creams. Only drink between meals, and then take hot drinks, such as tea or coffee, without sugar. Avoid beers and liqueurs. At least twice a day taku a sharp walk of a quarter to half an hour. Do not sleep more than seven hours. Gaf. up as soon as you wake in the morning and do not indulge in siestas.
MEDICAL MEMS. Cathing Cold. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
MEDICAL MEMS. Cathing Cold. You should never surrender to tlio habit ot "catching cold." The habit often yields with surprising sudden ness, for it is quite unable to get the better of those who are in really good health. To fight a cold after you have caught it is a good thing-you can scarcely do less; but it Is much bel ter to make yourself so formidable that it will not dare to attack you. In carrying 011 the battle you may have to form a complete set of new habits and break off many cherished old ones. The place to begin is in the bedroom at night. If you sleep with your window shut you simply deliver yourself, bound band and foot, to your enemy. If you open it two or three inches you are a little better off, but not much. Insist upon sleeping in the open air as far as possible. If there is such a thing as a specific against colds it is to be found in the sleeping porch or tho open bedroom. Next to that comes the cold sponge bath in the morning. If tho victim of colds is a young...
THE IDYLL OF DENVER'S GULCH. TELLING OF OPEN SPACES, A GRIM CONSPIRACY, AND A GREAT LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
THE IDYLL OF DENVER'S GULCH. TELLING OF OPEN SPACES, A GRIM CONSPIRACY, AND A GREAT LOVE. "A glrl~:i pretty one! Con Kildare, it's a dream! Go on with it!" " There was some excuse for the i young man's conclusion. A few tuiu uto3 ago lie had been riding niuiei grey skies, over an undulating plain, with 110 sign of a living ereature sa\e the liovse lie in-stroilc. Now lie found himself transported to a country where the air was a dazzling mass of green, yellow and blur light, where a roar of" many waters was in lus ears, and where a fair, unknown face lean ed over him, and an unknown voice murmured inarticulately lmt cntranc- , ingly. i lie closed his eyes. hut. instantly flashed them open again, shocked at his own mundane conclusion. "It s an angel!" he muttered apologetically. Again his eyes closed, hut the lights were vanishing, the roar subsid ing, and the celestial visitant was now speaking intelligibly, with most unangclic impatience. , "Oh, do wake! Don't lie there talk ing no...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
Special Announcement. WAEEAGUL. OWING to increased Railway Facilities we are now doing a Steadily increasing business in Your District and Neighborhood, and Cus tomers will find it very much to their advan to send their orders to us WHY ? BSCAUSE our prices are much . Lower. Even less than Mel bourne when Freight added. BECAUSE of Greater Variety, Larger Stocks, Direct . .' Importations from Manufacturers, Seasonable, Novelties. Up-to-date Goods all the Year Round IF Yon wnut Anyihing from a 10 an Anchor. Send us a Trial Order. We Guaiantce Yon will be plen.Mil in.d become a Regular CuaioiiK-r. Drapers. Grocers, Ironmongers, Wine & Spirit-Merchants Central Emporium, Warragul. During His Majest'y Pleasure. Eking the True and Thrilling Story of - - Peter Andersen's Persecution, From lPOl to 1013 (Purely Australian.) Written by CMA.IILKS BUROHELL, Into Pros. Lunacy Hoforui League. PETEtt ANDKUSKN IN HIS OIsll. Only a few books now available. Thousands sold. The story that Stirr...
Trafalgar Brass Band. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
Trafalgar Brass Band. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting in connection with the Trafalgar Bras9 Band, was helii in the Mechanics hall, Trafal gar, on'Monday night lust. Mr A. Harris presided. Tho minutes of the last annual meeting wero read and confirmed and the Balanco-sheet, which showed u Hmall credit balanco, was adopted. This was regarded as satisfactory, as tho Band commenced the year'n op erations with a debit balance of sev eral pounds. Ofliee bearers were olected as fol lows,-President, Mi" A. Harris, Vice Presidents, Messrs L Asbby and Johnstone Secretary, Mr L. Hog ben. Assistant Secretary, Mr A.H. Scott. Treasurer, Mr Johnstone, Committee, Messrs McLoan, Colqu honn, J. McCrorey and Mills. After various matters of interest to the Band had been discussed, the meeting closed with a vote of thanks to the chair
The Times. FRIDAY, AUG. 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
Split finift. FRIuA.Y, AUG. 2Sth. A grand O'UC'T! will take placo in thu local hull fo-niuht, uniler the auspices of I ho local branch of tho Woinensi' Auxiliary Foreiiin .Mission. A splendid | ini;ra!ij!nc lui.-s been ar ranged and lh" t> :i--otia!»1 &lt;? piice of admisson should onKiire a crowded house. Wanted at. once-2,000 -dozen Fresh Kut'fi at S I .per dozen. W, 'Levey, Commercial Stores, Trafalgar The Annual meeting ot members of the Trafalgar Rillo club, will be held on Tuesday ni^hi ihssi , S"j>t 1 Prime Algerian Hay Ohalf. nice and green and full of Oats-flO/- per toil at the stores. No Delivery. W. Levey, Commercial Stores, Trafalgar
MELBA COMES HOME. VICAR WHO DID NOT KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
I | MELBA COMES HOME. VICAR WHO DID NOT KNOW. Back to her beloved homeland, Madame Melba lives the simple lite at Coombe Cottage in Liilydale, and without suffering the attentions that everywhere meets Fume such as she attained in England and Europe. Compliments have been showered on Mine. iletba by all classes, £rom royalty downward, but there are two incidents which the great singer trea sures above all others. One occurred when sho was rehearsing in a Lon don hotel. A little boy in au ad jacent room, hearing lier sing, raised his linger, and said: "Sh! Mummle birdie!" Ou another occasion sho was visit ing one ol' our smaller Australian towns, and came across two little fol lows unable to gain admission to the concert hall. She took them In and gave them scats behind the orches tra. At the conclusion ol the concert she laughingly told them they owed her a guinea apieco. The elder ot the two rose to his feet, saluted, and said: "Madam, we owe you much more than that" What Is possib...
Presentation to Mr. Nichol. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
Presentation to Mr. Nichol. On Thursday 20tli inBt, at tho in vitation of Mr and Mrs W. H. Greon, between seventy and eighty guests assembted to do honor to Mr J. T. Nichol, Deputy Ruler of tho I.O.R. lodge Trafalgar. The hall waf taste fully decorated and nicely arrangod. Mr and MrB Greon received their guests at the main entrance. The lodge members wore regalia and a lengthy and interesting programme was gono through, with many varia tions. Tho feature of tho evening was the presentation to Mr Nichol, who is to bo united in the holy bonds of wtdlock. Speeches ware made by Bros. Leslie Young and Thos. Akers and R, A. Bell, each bearing testimony to tho many good qualities and worth of Bro. Nichol. Mr. Green who made the presentation of a beautiful silver tsapot suitably in scribed, said that he had lived with .Mr Nichol for over four years and during tlmt time they had never had a quarrel. Fie spoke at longth on his sterling character and ability and was very glad of this opportuni...
NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL Annual Election [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
NARRACAN SHIRK COUNCIL I Annual Election ^ The following is the I'l^ult yf tho voting North Riding : Place. SAVAGE, OTOOLE, MOE ... '.1:1 > yi TRAFALGAR 2(17 (J1 YARRAGON 17 ;)(j HILL END 7 2:5 W'GROVE ;10 11 FUMINA lfi 8 Postal Vote J1 :C1 Total 520 :)2:j Majority I'Oi' iJuvagD 197. West Riding : . Place MAHONY LEVlSTOtf ALLAMBEE 22 27 CHILDERS JO 10 TRAFALGAR 47 21 YARRAGON 122 82 Poatal ... 41 SO Total 272 203 Itlajoritj for Maty>ny 69.
FAMOUS WAR CORRESPONDENT. EXPERIENCES OF BENNETT BURLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
j FAMOUS I WAR CORRESPONDENT. EXPERIENCES OF BENNETT BURLEIGH. One notable absentee from the ranks of the newspaper correspondents in the present war will be Mr. Bennett Burleigh, who died recently at Bexhill. He was born in Scotland, but went early in life to America. In 1SC2 he was engaged on the "New York Htm" and afterwards on Hie "Uieh lnond Examiner and Enquirer." In crossing the lines South during the civil war he was arrested by the Con federates and lodged in Richmond Gaol, but. was released on giving satis factory explanations. He then joined the Confederate service, and was en gaged in several daring enterprises for which he was afterwards voted by the Southern Congress a large sum of money. In April, 1SG-1, he was ap pointed to command a secret service expedition, which stole through the enemy's lines, marching by night, and hiding by day. The Federals, how ever, tracked and surrounded 'hem, the fight taking place in some woody marshland. The Confederates, sur rounded on...
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
NARRACAN. From Our Own Gurrrnj/ondc/ii On Wednesday evening lust a val edictory social and pre?entation was tendorml Miss Small by her many friends at Narracnn find Coalville, tho fuuctiou being held in the local Methodist cbiiroli, Miss Small has been iu chaise of the Coalville State School for tho last six years and during that, period she has taken part in everything to tho advantage of tho district. Miss Small presided at tho organ at the Methodist church and was a most capable instructor to tho Sunday School children, and iH also a prominent member of tho Kcchabite Order. Mr II. A. Munro took tho chair, and during tho evoning in an appro priate address presented the guest on behalf of hor many friends and well-wishers, with a handsome gothic tea set, comprizing forty dainty pieces. Other speakers spoke in eulogistic praise of tho ability and kind disposition of Miss Small. Mr Hutchinson, on behalf ot Miss Small thanked tho gathering for their good wishes and their handsome gift...
THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. Published by arrangement with Ward. Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER X. In the Dark. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. By FRED Jr. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Ward. LOCK & Co. Ltd., London and Mclb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER X. In the Dark. Just for a liltlo While Gilray could soo nothing. True, the door was open and ho couia hear a chatter of voices 1'° '"}tI Hit" tlie shadow that lay black on one side of the cor ridor so that only a glimpse into the bedroom was afforded him. He could Mako out a portion of tho panelled wall with n picture or two upon it .VmI° W,".a U,&lt;; !nltlU"' °r « Chippen dale cabinet full of old china. One J'11!0 Pictures was undoubtedly a nf ils ,tillnly'8 trained eye could nhl.. 1C°- .Tlu;se woro objects to encounter in a wayside inn nnt"'?\ilUy oU,le,v Umo 1,0 w°uHl have noted thejn with astonishment, i, s&lt;? !":\"y alll!tzing tilings had w!?"? i.' UlIlt wo,l(lu''f»l even jnfc that It seemod to Gilray now that ntwl13|PaSJt funhC1' astonishment. Othcrwiso lie might have gasped aloud as a man emerged from tho ...
Safety in a Submarine. CANADIAN'S INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
Safety in a Submarine. CANADIAN'S INVENTION. Lieutenant G. C. Gordon, R.N., lias completed a model submarine and sent it to the British Admiralty Cor trial. The Invention consists In a conning tower, which can ho detached from the craft in case of disability while under water, allowing the en tire crew to nscond to tho surfaco in safety. At a recent trial at a depth of 250 ft. tho model is stated to liavo worked perfectly. Yesterday is yours no longer, to-mor row may never bo yours; but to-day is yours, the living presont 1b yours, and in tho living present you may stretch forward to the things that aro before. In Old Calabar there 1b a saying which applies to all cllmea and peoplo -"Tho rat enters tho trap and the trap catches him. Dut If he did not go Into the trap tho trap could not do so." There Is tlio whole philosophy of temptation In this simple proverb,
CHAPTER XI. A Social Function. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
CHAPTER XI. A Social Function. Gllray was amazed at his reception, but ho Bteadled hlmBelf w!tli one hand upon tho table. Ho must not betray himself before this stranger who so kindly took his presenco for granted. There would be plonty of time for an explanation later on. It would bo as well, too, If ho followed the other man's suggestion. He was feeling jumpy nnd norvy, aa wo 11 ho mlehf | Into"consV(!emUo"mS'aso&lt;!a,woro unl"td,h"!1Si°1C t0 n whisky and soda | and gullied It down. The generous old Fnh.^ I 'IS Quickly as possible. To try to ov rec tal or tl;.resej,c,0 «'«ro by a boid ir , lu 1>,il1" truth was out nf I 10 question. Ills host or hostess ns I»'0 CMC might he, would Sly rc probHK- mIITT, h""- Thcy wouU1 and I l" nvc? to the police, c'nHc H i'1""0118 scandal would ho canactl. Ho had no desire that his nro essloiia! reputation should Buffer. lJ , cvl,I°nt'y in a very largo cun-aio» of "S0 I)resllmal,|y >n the oc * °f fcm"0 Person of immense .i liivL i ' ...
LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
LADIES' LETTER. Letters from Australian women anxious to light are said to l&lt;o pouring In on the Commonwealth authorities. Ill a sparse population like ours every gun counts, but the day Is not yet when tile men of Australia will call upon their womenfolk to march under arms. Hut there is this to bo said: In tlie linal analysis, with a foreign invader Installed in our cities and the Australian people back doing guerilla warfare in the bush, (lie value of a gun in every woman's haml would have to be considered. Two city men are chuckling over a little experience they met with re cently. They motored out of town for l lie weekend, and stayed ill the country for a day or two. There they met two attractive girls and formed quite a warm friendship. When they all returned to town they arranged not to lose sight of each other, and were to telephone and arrange an evening for the men to call. This was done,' the address given was a good house in one of our most aristo cratic subu...
CHAPTER XII. The Fortune Teller. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
CHAPTER XII. The Fortune Teller. Gilray smiled. After all. It was a . difficult matter to bo angry long with Ninon Desterre. "I know my fortune already," lie said, "Most men of ambition do. Wo make our own, Madame Desterre. It is a mere matter of selection." "Really! But Is there not a popular saying to the effect that nothing hap pens but the unexpected? Man may proposo, you know, but the power of disposing lies olsowliere. All, you are ambitious for political honors and a seat in tlio Cabinet. To reach that goal you must give all your time to the game and bo independent of your profession. Thorefora you follow the lines of the least resistance and look for a vlcli wife " I O.llray smiled again. Ho was not going to bo drawn any more. On l the contrary, lio was hero to find out I what Ninon Desterre was doing. It | amused anil flattorod his egregious self-concoit to imagine that lie had 1 utterly dccelvcd the pretty French woman and that slio was In blissful ignorance of the fact tl...
Frenchman Outwits Kaiser. GERMAN YACHT CHRISTENED WITH FRENCH WINE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
Frenchman Outwits Kaiser. GERMAN YACHT CHRISTENED WITH FRENCH WINE. M. Valle, formerly Minister for Jus tice, told In tho French courts last month an Incident, relating how a Frenchman had completely outwitted the Emperor of Germany. He was giving Instances of tho aBtuteness in advertising of M. Kcssler, described as the "champagne king," and former ly a representative for the big French wine firm of Moet and Chandon. Proceeding, M. Vallo recalled that when Prince Henry of PruBBln went to the United States for the christen ing of tho Kaiser's American yacht, Moteor, the Kaiser wiBhed Miss Alice Roosevelt to perform the ceremony with a bottle of "German champagne." Preparations wero made according ly, but when tho ceremony had been performed it was discovered that a bottle of Moet anil Chandon had been employed. M. Kessior had procured tho sub stitution, and tho Kaisor's yacht was thus christened with French chnm pagno. Ho may And tho incident an 111 o'men In the current turn of even...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 28 August 1914
Are Yoti Building ? This House from £135. If so, Then Don't come to a FINAL Decision About Your New Cottage before Consulting Me. 0. F. L. ANDERSON Trafalgar Timber Yards B.S.A. Bicycles From £10. Upwards. All Duplicate Parts Kept in Stock. Local Airent for the Scottish Union and Nat ional Fire and Accident Insurance Company. GREGERSON & CO. Have Properties for Sal« 111 any part of VICTORIA and NEW SOUTH WALES Particulars required of good Gippsland Propositions \ EXCHANGES arranged for Northern Wheat Areas MONEY in any amounts to LEND from f) per cent. All corres pondence Strictly Confidential. GREGERSON & CO. Land and Financial Agents, rt75 Collins Street Melbourne, Mrs D. M. CANTY, oa. Ladies' Draper, Tarragon DAINTY White Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves Ladies' and Children's Hats. Ribbons, Flowers, Etc. Corsets, Umbrellas, Soaps, Perfumes, Etc., and Dress Accessories. T QUALITIES arc Excellent and PRICES arc Exceedingly LOW. Inspection Invited Commonwealth of Hustr...