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THE RIVER IMPROVEMENT SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 July 1914

TELEPHONE, 10. TUESDAY, JULY 14. THE RIVER IMPROVEMENT SCHEME. ---o-- Though the recent conference of delegates appointed by the munm clpalitles Interested in the im provement of the Latrobe river favored the cutting of a channel to carry off flood waters, some (and there may be many) of the interested landowners do not ag ree with the proposition. They prefer to see the river channel snagged. It is contended that it the obstructions now blocking the water were removed, and the worst bends cut, the river woold carry oft almost double the volume of water it carries at pre sent at flood time. Notwithstana ing what Messrs. Gluth and Free man say, there is a conviction In the mind of those who know the river, that the channel of the river would be scoured deeper It it was more or less straightened, and the obstacles removed. Wherever there is a log the channel Is silted from one to four feet, and mn other places where the course Is clear it is scooped out to a depth ot per haps ten feet...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IS IT SOCIALISM? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 July 1914

IS 11 SOCIALISM? -0 Because Prime Minister Cook has had his fling at the Socialis tic features of the Labor program the " Age" ingeniously credits him with having nothing to offer the people but a rehash of the anti Socialistic dish George Reid fai lea with eight or nine years ago. " We are all Socialsts now," says the "Age," and recites the rail vays, roads and trams, and other public utilities, to demonstrate that even the most conservative of Mr Cook's followers accepts a certain measure of Socialism. It the government runs certain industries for the general gooa on strictly business lines. it does not produce Socialism. Governments have al ways done that, and no educated Socialist regards the action as Social;sm. The government that does it might quite consistently oppose Socialism, as Mr. Cook does. Social:sm is the whole thing. Not one industry, but all, must be m the hands of the State to create Socialism, and the fact of one or several large concerns like the railways, the p...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 July 1914

TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL ---o- Reports. The dairy inspector reportea: Since last meetnmg, i have inspec tea dairy premises in the Traral gon, Flynn's Creek, Traralgon Sth. ana Loy Yang districts, and found them in good to very gooa condi tion. with the exception of those mentioned in separate report. Ali the utensils examined were founa clean, and separators kept in vcery good order, and the cattle examined found very healthy. MIr. T. H. Row the inspector of nuisances) reported: I have in spectqd some of the hotels, bak ers, and other premises mn the town and so'far havr?),ot tound anything to adversely report on. Those ho tels inspected had pressure ap p)lances for washing glasses, but as to whether they are always used or 'not I cannot say, nor am I aware that the act compells them to make use of the apphliances when installed. The shops mnspec ted keep goods- exposed for salo covered from fhies; mn all instances either in glass cases or fly proof windows. When inspection of all pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 July 1914

?'= ,',.-WING to the very Mild Weather experienced so far, ?}''?-?'??. we find that "a lot of the HEAVY WINTER ., t€? ~N " WIN GOODS still remain UNSOLD. e We have to get • C , ? "rid of them. Theref ore / Prices are cut to Bedrock! Manchester Depart. 36 in. WVhite Cahlico, 7d1 now 5½(. 36 in. White Cahico, 8d: now 6 d. 36 in. White Calico, 9d; now 7½d. 36 in. Longcloth, 74d; now 6d. 42 in. Madapolam, 7-d; now 6d. 42 in. Madapolam, 74d; now 6d. 42 in. Madapolam. 9d; now 7½d. Brown Damask, is 3d; now is. 00 in. Brown Damask. 2s 3d; now is 6d.. White Damask. is 6d: now is 1id. iWhite Damask, 2s 3d, now is 9d. Satin Damask, 2s l1d; now 2s 3d. Brawn Damask, 72 min., ALL Linen. SPECIAL, 2s lid; now 2s 3d. Tea Cloth, 6cd: now 5d. lcea Cloth, inen, 8d: now 6§d. ,Glass Cloth, 6.td; now 5d. Glass Cloth, all linen, 7M1l: now 6d. 36 in. Forfar, 10-d; now '9d. 36 in. Forfar, is; now 104d. 36 in. Fortar, is 3d; now is ld'. White Sheeting.. 54 in. White, Is 3d; now Is. 54 in. White, is 6d: now is...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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PROPOSED BANQUET TO MR. LIVINGSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 July 1914

PROPOSED BANQUEl TO MR. LIVINGSTON. In response to the mnvitation of Councillor Whittakers president of the shute) a nmeeting ot Mr. T. Liingston's friends and support ers was held mn the mechanics' hall on Friday night to make arrange ments for tendering him a banquet Mr. Whittakers was unable to be present. and accordingly .Mr. W. West, the shire secretary, press ded. It was decided that tickets be issued to the public at 10s each. and that the catering be placed in the hands of Mr. J. Morgan, of the Grand Junction Hotel. An in vitation to be present will be for warded to the State Premier, Sir Alexander Peacock, and the late Premier, Mr. Watt. Mr. I.iving ston will also bring several of his parhlamentary friends. A com jmittee, consisting ot Councillors E. S. Whittakers and Clarke, ana Mr. West, representing the shire council; Coundillor Pettit and .Mr. Clarkson, representing the school committee; Messrs. P. P. S crjeant and W. Christensen, the Agricul tural Society; and Messrs. ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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TRARALGON WATERWORKS TRUST. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 July 1914

TRARALGON WATERWORKS TRUST. -o W\EDNESDAY. JULY 8. Present: Commiss:oners Pent land, Whittakers, Clarke, Pettit, Canftield and Anderson. In reply to Commissioner Pettit, the secretary said there was no fur ther information regarding the. wa ter rights of the river. Commissioner Whlttakers: The idea was abandoned. The secretary said he under 8tood that someone had applched for license to cut timber on the wa tcr-shea of the river. That might aff'ct the water supply of the town T'he trust should take steps to pro tcct its interests. The following motion was adop ted : Coms. Pettit, Whittakers: That in the levent of a timber license be ing applied for for the water shed above the Trust's Intake, objection be forthwith taken to the granting of the same. The pay-sheet was passed for payment. The turncock Mr. Miller) re Iported: I have inide the usual in spection of the water supply to the intake, and founa everything satisfactory. One day will com plete clearing on pipe track from servic...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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LABOR v. LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 July 1914

LABOK v. LIBERTY. Curses, like chickens, come home to roost. Labor members, in having been instrumental in one way or another, in Inmposing re stnctions and tribulations upon non-urion businesses, sometimes find the curse, as which their in terference is regarded by their vic tims, roosting on their own bed he;li :s. There is the case of those WeVcstrahlian Laborites who are be mng hauled over the coals by thec union bosses for daring to take re reshnmenlts in a black-listed hotel. The pub; in question was taboo from the union pomint ot view for employing black-leg barrtien, or selling black-leg beer, and the of fending M.P.'s were caught in the bar, captured red-handed mn the very act of drinking the condem hea beer. The P.M.'s doinot ques tion the right of their accusers to say :what they shall drink, and when and where they shall drink it -they bow their necks to the union chain, but are making quaint "-.-xcuses for their strange conduc.i They did not go into the accursed Lar of ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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TYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 July 1914

TYERS. (From our own Correspondent) Arbor Day was celebrated at the Tyers school on July 3. The teacher, Mr. Jolly, had secured a large number of ornamental trees, and the school committee had had the ground on the west side ploug hed about 12 feXrtwide, )nd fenced, so that everytthmng was ready for those who came to assist at the tree planitng. A large number of parents attended, and afternoon tea was providea tor all the work ers. This part ot the programme "as particularly enjoyed by the children. What was termed "'A learners' Dance," organsecd by Mr. Bert. Christensen. was hela in the me chanics' hall on Thursday mnight, but owing to the boisterous weca ther was not a great success, and only a ftew ladies braved the ele ments. Mr. C. Bmindt and Miss Christensen supplied the music, and, as usual, Mr. H. Christensen acted as M.C. A meeting convened by Mr. G. Archbold was. held at the me chanics' institute on Saturday evening, and w-as welh attended. Mr. Archbold occupied the" chai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 July 1914

Your Eyes need attention Do not neglect them: Consult R. A Williams. ()uidlified Op tician at A II. CR(OS's, 'l'ra. ralgon Bazar an id General Ncwsagency. The teacher was ahutost in dlespair, Not ha f of the Sea ior Class was there; MIldwinter was nigh, Inspector was Ilue, MIost of the girls were down withl the "flu." Up stood Mlartha, with her hand upraised "What is it, Martha? said teaclher amazed Please, if the girls want a remedy sure, Ma says it Woods' Great Peppermint Cure." U We're Closing Ulp All Our Branches And Glearing Out The Balance of Our Surplus Stock, Together with the Whole of Our ~inter St~oc S~aay, lle Date g Gippsland Fay, Jly 0. TCo - TRARALGON. HREE-==WEEKS==ONLY The Distinctive House Special Cash Offer. SUITT ', Great Purchase of Suit Lengths. Worth 70s to 90s the COS'JT ??VIE, Suit. All at One Price. 58s 6d the SUIT. 58 g . Special Costume Offer-- Blue Twill Costume, Worth 95s. s 6 . Special Price, 77s 6d. SPOT CASH. Sale Starts: FRIDAY, Day >"v THURSDAY, ...

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THE PEOPLE'S SERVCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 July 1914

THE PEOPLE'S SERVCE. On Sunday evening, the :Rev. ?V. H. Scurr conducted another of these popular services mn the Me thodlst church. The attendance, considering the violent and wet night, was good, and the attention of the congregation was, as usual, splendid. The choir and orches tra, under the conductorship of MIr. L. Crowe, rendered ,very happy and helpful service, of the kind that has become quite fin attraction at these services. Mr. Scurr's topic was the "The Friend." He. explamned that this subject grew naturally out of his topic last month, which was "The Caller." Callers could be classifiea under three heads, vlz.: those who catl lea for what they could get, those nobler ones who called with the purpose of fair exchange, those noblest of all who called to give. Out of their many callers they sometimes culled their fnriends. It it were remembered that every caller meant a possible friend (or somethming else )with what serious thought, would they hear the knock and open the d...

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QUOITS. TRARALGON v. MOE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 July 1914

.QUOITS. --0--o TRARALGON v. MOE. Another match mn the district quoit competitlon was played last Thursday, when a team represent ing the Traralgon club visited Moe, taking advantage of the 12.50 p.m. tramin. On the arrival of the train, the visiting and local teams proceedead to the quolt pitches. No time was lost mn making a start, and very soon .the irons were cleaving the air, and describing the are of a Irclre. Owing to the bolsterous weather, there were not many spectators, and for the same reason the local ladies did" not grace the proceedings with their presence. The visitors were informea that the ladies intended witnessmng the play, but the weau ther prevented them from so do ing. Ample refreshments were provided, but the gentlemen had to do the honors. However, all enjoyea the appetisming cup of tea, scene or cake. Severe showers fell during the afternoon, but that dia not militate against the plea sure of the game. Traralgonsco red another win, and are so far un beaten. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914

'17 ;i !?,: i ·id ?.? ?,?,,.X.. X ING to the very Mild Weather experienced so far, ?"---f'?a i'x?? we find that a lot of the HEAVY WINTER ,., f ,.?. GOODS still remain UNSOLD. q We have to get rid of them. Theref ore ii1%? ?' Prices are cut to Bedrock! •, • . • , Manchester Depart. 36 in. White Calico, 7d now 5ci. 36 in. White Cahlco, 8d; now 6~d. 36 in. White Calico, 9d; now 7½d. 36 in. Longcloth, 7½d; now 6cl. 42 in. Madapolam, 7½d; now 6d. 42 in. Madapolam, 7'd; now 6d. 42 mn. Madapolam, 9d; now 74d. (Brown Damask, is 3d; now is. 60 in. Brown Damask, 2s 3d; now is 6d. 1White Damask, is 6d; now is 14d. White Damask, 2s 3d, now is 9d. Satin Damask, 2s lid; now 2s 3d. Brown Damask, 72 in., ALL Linen, SPECIAL, 2s lid; now 2s 3d. Tea Cloth, 6cld; now 5d. Tea Cloth, hlinen, 8d; now 6tl. ,Glass Cloth, 6'tld; now 5d. ,Class .Cloth, all hnen, 7}d; now 6d. 36 in. Forfar, 10\d; now'9d. 36 in. Forfar, ls; now 10i4d. 36 in. Forfar, is 3d; now Is ld. White.Sheeting.. 54 in. White, is 3d; now i...

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TRARALGON LYRIC SOCIETY. FIRST CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914

TRARALGON LYRIC SOCIETY. FIRST CONCERT.--? The Traralgon Lync Society had a.'bad mnight for thelr opennmg con cert, cold ana wet and sloppy I Yet there was a good and appre ciative attendance. A society of thls kind does much to promote and encourage music In the town, and music is helpful and elevat nniing, both to the individual and community. Through the efforts of tIMr. M'Kenzle, who loves mu sic, the-society was organised some months ago, and he bdcame con ductor. He and the memb'e:s have. devoted much of their time to building up the society, anda all are to be complimented on what they have accomphlished. Many of the members have greatly Im provea under Mr. M'Kenzie's painstaking tuition. The openming number of the pro gramme was an orchestral item, "Pilgrim Fantasia" Round). .This was rendered with feeling, and the finish was' good. The next num ber, Sulhlvan's beautiful composi tion, "The Lost Chord," was played as a solo pn the cornet by Mr. Miller Crowe, with orchestral a...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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THE RIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914

THb RIFLE. .4c-- The following are the results lo1 the scloot jo;r 1Mr. J. A. Dossett's ]trophy, (in connectlon with the Tra ralgon rifle club, seven, shots at each range: 200 600 IH'cap T'tl yds. yds;' E. W. Cobbledick 33 31 2 66 F. Vanselow ... 31 28 5 64 J. F. Robinson .. 31 28 4 63 C. Piera ... 31 30 sret. 01 J. J. White .. 33 22 3 58 E. Hamn .. 28 20 7 55 H. Ham .. 30 21 3 54 W Chenhall .. 22 20 9 51 J. Drane .. 26 17" 5 48 J. Mavze .. 20 15 7 42 C. H. Welch . 15 9 17 41

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THE "CORNER" DEVIATION. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914

THE "CORNER' DEVIATION. --0~-- (To the Editor). Sir,--Kmndly allow me a few words re the road de.latlon from the Cordial Factory Bridge across the flat to connect with the exis tmng road leading to Traralgon South. I understand that this route will shorten the distance by about 40 chains. I notice at the last meeting of the council some of the councillors tried to bring mn some rather lame arguments against the proposed new road. Councillor Pettit says it is foolish ness to think of running two roads parallel with each other, and that it would mean two roads to main tain. If the new road was cOn structed from the cordlal factory bridge, through Mr. Widdls' pro% perty, nearly the whole of the traf fic 'would be diverted on to this road, so that the maintenance of the existing road would be prac- , tically nil In the opinion of some of the councillors, it would be a shame to cut up Mr Wid dis land simply to save the pub hic from going about half a mile further around. There is not thc...

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TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Wednesday. Before Messrs. Pettit Canfield, and Dr. M'Lean, J's.P. Debt. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914

TRARALGON. POLICE COURT. Wednesday. Before Messrs. Pe~ttit Canfield, and Dr. M'Lean, J's.P. Debt. Stanley Buxton v. P. Goorley, for £3 14s 9d. Order for amount and is 6ld,'costs. 7 , Width Pt Tyres Act. Alfred Collhns, of Hazelwood, was proceeded agaminst fojr a ]reach of the Width of Tyres Act. He Spleaded guilty. Semnior-constable Chenhall said the by-law of the Traralgon shire permitted a load of 5 cwt. per inch ot tyre during the winter moinths. Defendant had over that weight on.A Hugh M'Donald, the inspector under Width of Tyres Act, saia that on The 26th of June the defen dant lhaa charge ok a waggon brin ging wood minto the town. Witness had it drawn on to the weigh bridge, and found the weight 7 tons 1 cwt. The waggon had four five inch tyres, and the maximum weight permitted was 5 tons. The load was, therefore, 41 cwt. in ex cess. In reply to the bench, the de fendant said that he did not know the load'"Wls overweight. A man who -'had been carrying for over 15 years, told h...

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Labor Exposed. PARTY OF SPENDTHRIFTS. SIR WILLIAM IRVINE HITS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914

Labor Exposed. -0 PARTY OF SPENDTHRIFTS. SIR WILLIAM IRVINE HITS OUT. Every elector, male and female, should react Sir Wilha'm Irvine's magnificient speech at Dandenong. He exposes Labor's past deeds-or rather misdeeds-and the grave danger of its future policy. Below are a few extracts: Preference. Because the Labor party which introduced this vicious system of preference to unionists is no longer in .power, it is said that there should ?be no law against it. I challenged Mr. Fisher on this mat ter. I told him!. I was prepared to make him an offer it he was pre pared to pledge himself and his party, if returned to power, not to again introduce the practice of preference to unionists in Govern ment .employment, I would with drawr the bill. Did- he give the promise? No, he dia not. Even it he had been willing to do so.those behind him would not.have permit ted him to .1U so; He and his party live;. move and have their being in these unionists, to whom they )vere forced to give prefere...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914

A further interesting letter from "J.B." describing the Suez Ca nal, Port Said, is unavoidably held over till next issue. The/Labor Party's Strong Man Mr. W. M. Hughes, M!H.R., At torney-General in the Fisher Go vernment, will address a public meeting in the mechanics' hall Traralgoi, at 2,30 on Wednesday afternoon next. The residents of Traralgon will thus have an op portunity of listening to one of the 'ablest speakers on the Labor party side. "The Catch ot the Season.' is the name Mr. Mac Chrstensen has given to his Winter Sale, which opens on Saturday. His big pos ter price list promises bargains of a pronounced type, ana that cus tomers purses will suffer less de pletion at his record bargain sale than at any other. This does not mean that he does not wish people to empty their "purses on his coun ters, rbut that he will give them better value for the money spent than they have had previously. From this the public wilt gather that prices have been "shattered." -Advt. An extraor...

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COWWARR. A.W.N. LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914

COWWARR. 0-o A.W.N. LEAGUE. The annual meeting of the above branch was held on Mondaiy aftcr noon, and although it was a cold', wet clay, an unauthonrscec report had been circulated that the meet ing and social had been postponed, there was a good attendance of members. The annual report showed that .considcrablc progress had been made during the year, many new members had joined, and all had worked well together. The social *evemngs of the league, mn conjunc tion with the People's Party and the Garden Fete, beng greatly ap peciated, as a means of bnrg Tig the people together, for. so cial arid political intercourse. Miss Wood presented the balance-sheet, which was very satisfactory. As Mrs. Thompson did not ar-. rive in time for the meeting, Miss Majcndie, the president of the Toongabbic branch, presided dur-, ing the election of officers. T''he followmng were elete': President Maiss Fogaity; v'lc-pre.ilents, Mrs Roberts, Mrs. Reily, an- Mrs. Moigan; secretary,, Mls Mnmcl;l; treasu...

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Traralgon Weekly Market. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914

Traralgon Weekly Market. W. Christensen and Co. report Oats, firm, Algerian seed, 2s 6d; seed 'to 2s 4d, wheat, prime seed 4s 6d; fowl feed, 3s 9d; barley, Cape seed 2s 9d; maize, prime dry, S3s 9d to 4s; peas, H.T. Dunn 5s, M.T. 4s 6d; chaff, choic'e £3 12s 6d, prime £3 10s; bran is G91; pollard is 4d; Japanese millett, 3d; omons 8s; . potatoes, choice 6s, others to 4s 6d; grass seed, rye grass, 5s; Cocksfoot 11s; butter, prime dairy, 10d to Is; cheese, matured, 9d; eggs, guaranteed, is; preserved 10d; 10d; pig's cheeks, 3d lb.; bacon, 8c to 9d; sides, lid; hams, is; poultry, good demand for good birds, roosters, 2s 6d to 3s 6d;hens 2s to 3s, pullets, 2s to 3s; chicks is to is 6d; turkey gobblers. 15s; hens 8s to 10s; (lucks 2s to 3s; geese, 4s 6d; fruit, apples, choice 6s to 6s 6d; others, 3s 6(1 to 4s 6d, cookers. 3s 9(1; i)Cars to 6s; vegetab'es, cabbages. 3s to 6s; cauliflowers, 3s to 6s: pumpkins 6s to 12s ; marrows, 2s to 6s; hub bards 6s to 9s; beet 2s; melons, 6s to 9s; Swe...

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