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COALVILLE. WEDDING.—TANNAR—RYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
COALVILLE. WEDDING.—TANNAR— RYAN. A very pleasing event took place here oil Wednesday, 4tli iuat-, at St. Matthew's Church of England when Miss Ryan, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ryan, of Coalville, •waa -wedded to Mr. tfi. Tanner, of Thorp dale. The church had bee_ very tastefully decorated by friends, \ . and the ceremony was performed by the Rev. Breeze, o! Bunyip: The "bride, who was neatly and becomingly attired in a costume of cream silk muslin, with wreath, and veil, was given away by her uncle (Mr. H. Roberts). The bridegroom, who is a member of the A.D. Horse, wore the , uniform of that company. Miss V. j Ryan acted as bridesmaid, while Mr. j W. Ryan officiated as best man. There was a crowded assemblage of "relatives and friends, and as the bridal purlyi entered the church the spectators j "The voice that breathed o'er Eden," : Miss L. Thorp playing the aceompuui roent on the organ. After the cere- j loony a move ,-was made to the ; residence of the bride's parent...
YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
YARRAGON. Everything is spinning along satis factorily in connection with the dra matic club. The mechanics' committee has granted the use of the hall for rehearsals on terms satisfactory to both the club and the institute. The meui very enthusiastic, and "Mary Ann" is highly gaining ground npbell, ex-presi dent of the shire, will oppose Cr. Davies for the west riding seat next month. If the contest takes place it will probably prove a very "close
MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
s MOE. Maize-picking is now in full swing in thid district. Farmers are paying 6J per h:ia fur picking. It is understood that a trolley mail scrvlce will shortly be asked for (on Saturdays) between Moe and Tliorp dale. We see no reason why such an arrangement could not be made. There is talk of efforts being made to secure the appointment of an addi tional j ustice of the peace for Moe, and : the matter will probably be discussed at the next meeting of the Progress Association. It is proposed to have the street lamps for tlie township (Moe) erected and ready for use by the date of the nest meeting of the shire council. Let us hope that such will be the case, anjgfebus prevent unnecessary delay ! lejirii that the bacon factory, ^Bwnad by Mr John Bray, and situated on his property oruthe Narracan Creek, has been sold.^fhe building is, we understand, ^Jafmig pulled to pieces for erection for other purposes elsewhere. Alex. ilePberson, son of Mr 'and Mrs Ak'Pherson, of Willowgrove, took...
THORPDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
-^ffToRPDALE. %k very enjoyable euchre "party and dance was held on Monday evening of last week in connection with the Loyal Thorpdale Lodge, M,U.LO.O.F. Though the weather was inclement 12 tables were filled at 8 o'clock, and there were a few late-comers, who bad to be lookers-on. The lady's prize (a lady's companion) was won by Mrs. Bantock, and the gents' prize (a silver-mounted pipe) by Mr. P. Mon cur. The " booby" prizes fell to the lot of Mrs. A. Moore and Mr, G. Beech. Dancing commenced at 10.30, and continued till the "wee eraa' hours." The music was supplied •gratuitously by Messrs. Fletcher Bros." and Gardner, F. King, senr., F. King, junr., and J. Beech, while two waltzes (played by Miss Reidy) was very much appreciated. Mr. G. H. Budg« c ducted the duties of M;C in his us courteous manner.' Re,freshmeni iSis-tfTthe !o supplied by the members-m the !odg&lt; —were se altogether, were served^ftt. -l"2 o'clock, and, • affair A considerable amount of inconve nience, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
PfiOFJPSIOKAL NOTICE?. DR. Sr W. SMITH WICK ~|hjAy c^nmcmrcJ tl.c Prorlice &lt;«I lii« pro ^TRAFALCARt yarracon Visited DAILY, frran 11 to IS o'clock.] thorpoale Visited every FRIDAY, at 2 pji FOLLWIN'G APPOINTMENTS:— itfanior Iiouse Surgeon and Medical Superin tendent to Borough General Accident Hospital, Liverpool. Senior House Surgeon Eye and Ear InQrmary, Liverpool. Clinical Assistant Skin Hospital. Clinical Assistant Womens' and CUildreu'f Infirmary, Liverpool. Assistant Surgeon Eastern Hospital, Liver NURSE DAVIE S, Victoria-street, WARRAGUL (Late Mrs. Woods' residence.) ACCOMMODATION FOR LADIES. | TERMS MODERATE. [a card.] J. A. WILMOTH SOL CIT -RS, MELBOURNE jtn> TRAFALGAR. ] Mr. R. J. Wilmotli "Visits Trafalgar on First and Third Saturday in each month. i (Commissioners for taking Affidavits). [_A oaed.J ' j " HUBERT KETLLY, j •arrjstbB and SoyciifMR^ 1"SPrflciiir *ar«U Conveyancer, TRAFALGAR, Visits MOE Every Tcesdat. AU kinds of LEGAL WORK Transacted. MAY, FRIE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
trust MONEY. Skews »nd Patterson ha»o £14,000 to LEND on broad acres bom i per MOE swamp lands. yfe have a Large Amount of MONEY TO lend On the »bove Lands, at from n4 per cent. . % A. MoLEAH atsjd CO., Tbaralqok. farmers. farmers. FARMERS. If you want to Buy a, Farm. Ii you -want to Sell your Farm, Z/oa-ruoTt your Farm I/oan. on. Live Stoctc Deeds, or any Security Privately, On Most Reasonable Terms, You will SAVE MONEY AND TIME . By communicating with JOSEPH FLANAGAN, ACCOUNTANT, land, Estate and Financial Agent, bury Buildings, 150 Queen St., MELBOURNE. money. term o£ 2, 3, 4, 5, or 7 years, vrith ^ opUon nf rcduchia urincinal when dearcd. Fuii particulars and all information from M'cA OY TtIG Cimi'EST MM iN AUSTRALIA. FABMKRS, GRAZliEKS, STORRKKEP ELiS AND OTUEHS. Oua «- TO ASSIST—MOT TO Motto, .. CRUSH. . «• i'O Kf. pay Exorbitant interest while you ty ""can BORROW from ue at fair and rea Enable co.t, and on straight-out con DITIONS. tiwma, Qorara MidCaofti ypD may l-uittempors...
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) NARRACAN. Winter weather—cold, wet, and plenty of mud. But so far we have enjoyed an exceptionally fine season, and as ta reauit the whole district presents quite a spring-like appear ance. lttfr. rather early to prognosticate ^what the harvest is likely to be, but, judging from present appearances, it should be a plentiful one. The annual meeting of subscribers to the public tail will be held on Friday evening, 20th inst., mainly for the purpose of electing a new comrai tee for the ensuing year.
The News. Nee temere, nec timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR, AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. NOTES AND COMMENTS THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
^len)s. ' - Nee tenure, nec timide. PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR, Published Thursday Mornings. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1906 NOTES AND COMMENTS. A very determined effort is to be made b y the churches to have a stop put to the practice of proclaiming Cup Day a public holiday. This is a move ment that will meet with, widespread sympathy and support from all sections of the community. No good reason oan be given for closing public depart ments and. schools- and disorganising ing is being held within a few miles of the city. Of Victoria's 56,000,000 acres 31,000,000 are held privately, and of that hugearea but 4,268,000are under agriculture. How puny and futile are Bent's—or anybody else's—eJforts at closer settlement when those figures are considered ! And what a lot agriculture means in giving a country population. . The 4,268,000 acres employ 121,231 hands, . while the nearly 27,000,000 used for grazing employ but 21,089 hands. Closer settlement is far top slow; a land-tax that woold force th...
IF YOU FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
IF YOU FAIL. "One way to success," said a busi ness man who has achieved it, "is to find out why others fail and avoid their mistakes. ^ "If your own course has not been successful, then, turn your attention to the possible causes. "Let us take soino instances from life- Here is a in;m who started in business, throve ai .'Irsi, but ultimate ly began to.so dov.n hit). The cause was readily apparei t to his friends He lacked persistence, and early suc cess blunted his energies, and led to habits of self-indulgence. "Another case 1 have- in mind is that of a brilliant youn.- who passed triumphantly thio;Jfe his colle course, went into ap8Si ed miserably. The fct jf 300 wax was vain and ovol-c°nQy^*^lie thought he would succ'ee&lt;Wn the world as he had done in schoolJ not realising that the ordeals which 4he world im poses are far more, severe and search' ing than those of the college, This man was distanced by school-fellows far less brilliant, but more thorough and painstakin...
TEMPERANCE MATTERS. GENERAL ITEMS. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
I TEMPERANCE MATTERS. general ITEMS, [Communicated. J Alcbol and National Vitality—* "Alcohol interferes with tfiv yjro per conduct of vital processes, and fibos tends to prevent the highest and fullest development of the individual. Ami as with the nnit, so with the race. Alcoholism stays man'supward march. It enfeebles the forces making for the uplifting of the people. In manifold ways it impairs the vitality of the nation. Much evidence has recently been brought forward to murk alcbol 1 as a fruitful source of physical deter I juration, mental degeneracy and moral decay."—T. N. Kelynnek, M.D.. M.R.C.P. German Workers' Tevuporance Can '•Work is to be commenced in the making of some new canals shortly when some lens of thousands of men are to be employed. It is said that the present Minister of Public Works has determined to forbid the sale of alcohol to the workers, and to provide only temperance beverages in the canteen. Lodging houses are to be provided on modei lines. Philanthr...
THE INDEX OF THE COUNTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
E INDEX OF THE COUNTENANCE. If you have ever watched the faces of people in a busy thoroughfare the probabilities are that you have come to the conclusion that mankind as a whole is far from being happy. The man with a bored expression is enough to blot out all the sunshine on the most glorious day. It almost makes one ashamed of his enthusiasm. The dissatisfied face is not pleasant, to say the least. The wearer of it may be only dyspeptic, but the effect is the same as though he had found the whole world tedious and tasteless. Once in a while you see a face of ra diant good-humor, and you mentally take off your hat to it. These faces are not always actually smiling—the street would look like a lunatic asylum on parade if solitary pedestrians went along with a broad grin all the time but they have the suggestion of smiles in the corners of the mouth and eyes, and you feel that there arc fountains of hidden laughter just ready To flow. Such a face bears the marks of all its past smil...
NEW INVENTIONS, NEW PERILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
NEW INVENTIONS, NEW PEFlil.8. "There are at least a hundred ways in which one may be injured to-day as compared with a century ago," said an accident Insurance official. "The record of a week's accidents in a "great city amply illustrates the for example, lift accidents, contact with live electric wires, falls from station platforms in front ot trains, motor-car catastrophes, and disasters of all kinds In machine shops* tumbles on slippery asphalt, injuries „ sustained In railway collisions, and so forth—one might prolong the list Indefinitely. "Of course, if all our modern scien tific appliances had been suddenly In troduced amongst our simple and un sophisticated forefathers, the roll of A accidents would have been terrific." But the modern man and womdn are • far more alert and nimble than their ancestors. And that, of course, helps to redress the balance." &ey will pick a}mo» any mediately, aiscovgr^tfoat-lgf bliss, it isn't. , . There is no toll so bard or so abso lutel...
GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
GENERAL ITEMS. Australia exported 26,000 tons, of butter during this season. The .Lon don market was very favorable. Although showing a considerable falling off lately, tile milk supply of the district is very satisfactory, being considerably., above the average for this season .of the year. The rugging and sheltering of dairy cattle in winter means a much larger milk yield, as many dairymen know to their advantage. The fees paid to Mr. Croker in con nection with the inquiry by tire late Butter Commission amounted tt £1000. Members of the Assembly whistled audibly when the Premier mude this auaouncement to the House uu Tues day. "Rokeby," Hillside, July 1st, 1906 Messrs. Holdenson and Nielson, 521-527 Flinders St., Melbourne. Dear Sirs—Having inspected at work the "Hartnett" and other milk ing machines in this market, I have no hesitation in deciding in favor of the "Hartnett," which, with its patent releasers and other improvements, has many advantages oijer other makes, and is, in...
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. BUTTER FAT V. COMMERCIAL BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
DAIRYING INDUSTRY. BUTTER FAT V. COMMERCIAL BUTTER. We learn that, in. connection with the Dairy Supervision Act, the Agri cultural department has regulations prepared by which it will be compul sory to base payments for all milk and cream purchased for the production of butter and cheese on butter fat values. In the past it has been the practice of most factories to pay for commercial butter manufactured from cream and milk purchased,-and this system is claimed by many to be more satisfac-, tory for both factory and farmer, as under it both are able to check the mechanical tests with actual churn re sults, thus placiug in the hands of farmers an easy means of checking returns from factories. All he need do is to take a fair average sample of cream from the consignment to be sent to the factory, and churn it for home use. This efficient and ready test will no longer be available, as it requires considerable and intricate cal culations to work out aud check a fac tory's returns for b...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 July 1906
MULTUM IN PARVO. There arc 10.S7 varcUea of pears. Moe police court on 1 hursday 26th inst. Advertise in this paper and your business will prosper. Out of 08,000 school teachers in Rrussia on by 9000 are women. Bachelors' ball at Yarragon on Wed nesday evening, 8th August. The average pulse of a healthy man should beat 72 times a minute. Before it produces bark of commer cial value a cork-tree must be DO years old. Statistics show that the English, as a nation, are the tallest men in the world. Cr. Sommers, president of Narracan Bhire, has recovered from his recent illness. Jennings and Mclnnes' next fort nightly sale at Trafalgar on Saturday July 21. Mathieson ..-.id Davis fortnightly cattle sale, at Trafalgar on Saturday, July 28. Between S00 and '300 British towns and villages have namesakes in the United States. All descriptions of Job Printing ex ecuted at the News office—quickly, neatly, cheaply. Powdered vice is said to be of great efficacy in checking bleeding from cuts and ...