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TRARALGON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914
TRARALGON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. ----ot-- ANNUAL MiEETING. The annua! ::e, tg;ll of tile above society was he.l 1.1 the mechanics' instittite on 'Tu:.s lay afternoon. The president (MIrs.. English) presided, and there ;were also pre sent Mesdames Temby, M'Carthy, Scurr, Ham, Chappell, Grilffiths, .Guest, Pay, Woolle. Paice, Kmnight, and Miss. Clarke, and Rev. W. Hl. Scurr. After the mminut:s- otf the pre vious annual meet ug had been *read ana confir e l, the balance sheet and secretary's rcport'were read and adopte-. The balance sheet was as folIo-s: Receipts: To balance to credit of society, 30-6-13, £18-4s 6d; subscriptions ana donations, £7 7s 6d; special government grant, £10; net receipts from Empire Day service, £1 is 6d; bank interest, 6s 2d. Total, .36 19s 8d. Expenditure: Special rehlief, £19 10s; provisions, medicines, tian kets and cloth:ng, £7 5s Id; pos tage, 4s 6d; balance to credit' in Savings Bank,' £10 Os ld. Total, '£36 19s 8d. The report stated: Your com mittee, in ...
Sale Scores a Victory. TRARALGON OUTCLASSED. YESTERDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914
Sale Scores a Victory. TRARALGON OUTCLASSED. XESTIERI).\1" \I.\TCHlS. T1he second matc:h o01 the local grounii In conncction tJlitli tliet North Gippsland Football (Uin petition was played ycsterday be tween Traralgon and Sale. T'he1 play was watched by a big crowva of spectators, who thoroughly en Joyed themselves, despite the un pleasant weather. After the heavy rain of the past week it was thought by many that the ground woulo be under water; but it never looked better, and was particularly dry considenng the heavy fall of rain that has taken place. On the bounce of the ball Sale prevailed, and a couple of free kicks brought the ball within range. The attack was reptilsetl by MvI. Bermmgham. Sale re turned to the attack and -a be hind was registered. WIackham marked the .kick offi beautifully. Richards also brought off a good mark in the centre. Two attacks by Traralgon.. were repulsed by Dowd, and a couple. of nice passes by Warne'the Sale captain), and Thornley. resulted in a p...
THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. BOXING IN STATE SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914
THE, SCHOOL ODMMITTEE. ---o----* BOXING IN STATE SCHOOLS A 'meeting of t:he Ti'-.aralgon school committee was held In the State. school on Tuesday evenng, when there were present: Council lor Pettit (chairman), Mrs. T. H. WValte, Messrs Clarkson, Cum mings and Canlield. ThIe minutes ol the prevlous meeting were read and contirmed. A letter was received from the Education department, stating it is not intended at present to pro vide any more hlugh technical schools for country districts, but mn the event of so doing the claims ot Traraigon will be consideired. It was pointed out that the de' partment was undera misaprehen stion, as another building was not asked for. The gynasium, etc., had ,been removed from the ola site, and was now being used as an .extra class room, and was quite suitable for the purpose, it it were improved by being lined, cei Jinged,. andcl properly lighted, at an estimated outlay of £45 or £50. That building, it. was stated, cost £80 originally, towards which ...
Bluff Causeway in Danger. FLOATING IN THE FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914
Bluff Causeway in Danger. FLOATING IN TIlE .LOOJ). The heavy rain during tile past week mn the watershed of the La trobe River has producerl a big flood along the flats, and a large area is inundated. The flat at the toot pt the Bluff hill, which Is. spanned by the woodei causeway), built many years ago, was yester day covered for a depth of. four or five teet. The water has actu- ally floated the old causeway min places, and it is now positively dangerous to cross. The structure is in immminent danger of being broken and swept away, and, ift the flood nres, this is almozre to result. It will be nothing sliort of at disaster it this happens, and: it Is very doubtful it it will ever settle down mn its ola place, it no further mischiet is done. Notices have been posted at each ena of the causeway, warning people of the great danger of crossing the causeway.. We understand that some years ago piles were driven into the ground alongside the bridge, and the gravel beams of the causeway b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914
liy 'th4.e peetacics llt(w. and encjoy life while ,t last'. No satisfaction. ,ae, pay.--H: A. Williams. Qiual ified Opt i cian, at A. 11. 'ROrsh'sIrua ralgon Bazaar and General Newsagency. For Chronic Chest Complaints. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, is 6d. You Should be Determined lo I jectizg tile warnth,esr rid I. Fe(lut:'ry I jnious courterlfeit which aaue ,mieine.a. pushed for tie sake (f '~reater g i..? "jews a ptod" as tho GENUINE SANDER .a d SO0Y' PURE VO .A:litE RUr'AI, PTI I'XT'tHA(TI. B n-t d ctrivrd ! S4AN Kht'S l, XTit*I T .:ia a,- ', ..... t t hy ?ie hiche't n'rdic.1 a?tilh,a.e, : os.ps·ing I:nique sliimula?ig, hi .I ,.e ,.[ . , tia. ptiO pwers. 'lThe pa?cp;aatli, , of IHA- DER' "X' RACT fran thII p," .elt 'e te-tries, rnd the refinemis t , y ?" i I trotee es giv5 it currie vliti.. p cali.rly its own. 'l'hterefore,, Ie 11ot ni led I I'matd anud i.,i.t upon the Gi.'UN U I. NDER EX T'.AUT, and jou will derive the Iandlit to oilds have daliived from it before. \\'hen ill yc...
Traralgon Town Band. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914
Traralgon Town Band. 1 ANNUAL MEETING. The annual mc-t.ng of the Tra ralgon Town Band was held -in the mechanics institute on Tues day evening last, when there was a gooa attendance of band mem bers, but, the general public was not largely represented. In the absence of the president (Dr. M'Lean) Mr. J. Morgan (vice president)7-presided, and expres sed satisfaction at seeing such a large attendance. The minutes, read by'the secre tary, Mr. G. Johnson, were con firmed, on the motion of Messrs. E. Cobbledick and. A. H. Cross. Report & Balance-sheet. The statement of receipts and expenditure we submit carries in its different items a brief synopsis of the work of the band tor the year. Commencing the year with a small credit balance, we have been enabled to carry it through suc cessfully. We thank those .who have assisted with donations, and would urge others, to become sup porters in a like manner. Consi dering the usefulness of the in stitution, this item should be much large...
TRARALGON SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914
TRARALGON SOUTH. Arbor Day was celebrated here last Friday under very disagree able weather conditions, mn fact it was hardly expected that any body would attend on such a day, as the ram continued at mintervals for the prev;ous three days. How ever, a good muster of the parents of the children turned out in the afternoon. The teacher, Miss G. Carver had prepared a splendid programme. Mr. C. G. Lade (president of the school commit tee) presidea, and called for a song, entitled "Arbor Day," by the girls. Then followed part recita tion by grade 3 girls; "Flower Song," girls; reading of Essays by C. Lade, Mmmnnic Maxwell, Millic Lade,, May Watson, Willic Lade, A. M'Donald, Lila Maxwell and Ruby Redpath; Shining Whceel, girls; recitation, boys; trees, early leaf and buds, Lila .Maxwell and O. Downle; Why we plant trees, 6th and 7th grade; Daisy song, May Watson, Rhoda Thompson and R. Redpath: Woodman, spare that, tree. 3rd and 4th grade; Kooka burra, scholars; recitatton, Story iot alea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914
:- Save: your . Money IHIA. flgSTE SE 'S 'Dh6 VTI YRIL COMMENCES - To-morrow, Saturday, July 18 :: FOR :: 2 Weeks Only Big Bargains. Ringing Values. SBig Savings for You.I ·_ -1I SAuctioneers. A. McEAN & CO,, Stock, Station, Land and Financial Agents. TRARALGON. MAFFRA. MORWELL. MELBOURNE Sales conducted under the per sonal supervision of Mr. W. J. M'Lean. NOTICE. A. M'LEAN and CO. are now making up their list of SPRING S CLEARING SALES and would point out that in view of their large following of Buyers it is to Vendors' advantage to in timate to the firm as early as pos sible the dates required for sales, as a number of buyers requiring extra large numbers ot dairy stock have acquainted the firm of the fact ot their intention to stock up from Gippsland dairy cattle. Goon Down the Line BUYERS will be present for All Classes of FATS, Sheep and Cattle. TRARALGON. SMONDAY, JULY 20. A. M'Lean and Co. will sell as above : Fa FAT CATTLE: 20' FatCows and Bullocks. 100 Fat Sheep. Ac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914
(Late H. C. Jones). LAND, FINANCE and COM MISSION AGENT, Surveyor and Sworn Valuator. Agent for: the Yorkshire Fire Insurance Co., and Accident Insurance Co., and. the 'Equity Trustees Co. Ltd. Office: TRARALGON. QUEENSLAND. 1The Rev. L. T. COPE.AND, of Mundubberra, Queensland, who is kepmiorarily superannuated on accouunt of siokness, mvites cor respondence from anyone wanting to select land; purchase sheep, cattle or horse stations, or fruit, lucerne, wheat, sugar or dalty farms in .Queensland. T. H. ROW & CO;, HOTHAM ST., TRARALGON. iT. H. ROW: Sworn Valuator. ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS, ASSURANCE & GENERALS AGENTS. Agents for London and Lanca ,hire Fire Insurance Co., National Mutual Fire Assurance Associa tion,. Norwich Union Fire Assur a?ce Co., Ocean Accident and Guarantee Society, the Fourth Victorian Building Society, Adam son, Strettle and Co., Stock and Station Agents. Stoddart and Iaclean, THE NEW BUTCHERS, F OR QUiALITY. Corned Meat Small Goods a specialty. H...
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Church ot England.. Rev. Paicc, 11 and 7 (H.C.) Traralgon 11 ana 7, Glengarry 3.-Rev. Pay. Callignee 2.30, Bulga 7.30.-Mr Craig. Methodist Church. Traralgon 11 and 7, Tyers 2.30. Rev. W. H. Scurr. Presb'yterian Church. Hiamdale,11.15, Gormanda'e 2.30 Carrajung South, 7.30.-Mr. Miles. Traralgon 11 and 7, Glengarry 3 -Rev. Smith. Catholic Church. Mass at Traralgon 11 o'clock. lite Ao` 01mad TELEPHONE. 10. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 July 1914
FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends- of MRS. NEW- MAN, of Carrajung, formerly of Traralgon are respectfully in- formed that the remains of her late daughter, Sarah Ann Newman, will be interred TO-DAY (Friday) in the Traralgon Cemetery. The procession will pass through Upper Flynn's Creek about 12.30 p.m. F. L. GRUBB, Undertaker. IN MEMORIAM. O'CONNOR.-In affectionate re membrance of my dearly belo ved wife, who departed this life at her residence, Gormandalc, 18th July, 1911. So deeply loved, So deeply mourned. -Inserted by her loving husband, C. O'Connor, sons and daughters.
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 July 1914
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. r Dr Hagenauer 2 Dr. McLean 3 Mr. Challmnan 4 T. B. Little & Co. 5 Christensen & Ba.drr. 6 G. H. Marsh 7 Layton Bros. 8 L. Liy g W, A. Clark to TH JOURNL (WV. Cbahell).: iI Whittaker Bros.. [2 J. English r3 Shire Hall - '4 J. D. Campbell 15 J S. Milligan 16 Robert Farmer 17 Nurse Miller 18 Gippsland Tdiing Co). 19 F. L. Grubb, jnr. 2o Mathieson ai, Dav is 21 P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store 23 T. G Cobbledicl 24 T. H. Row 25 Serjeant and Bluce 26 A. M'Ltan and Co. 27 G. H. Mcnds 28 Grand Junction. Hotel 29 Railway Station 3o Savings Bank. S3r Butter Factory 32 Police Station. 33 National Bank" 34 Pentland and Canfield. 35 C. E, Clarke. 36 Clerk of Courts 37 " The gecord" (J W. Guest) 38 A. J. Trood. 39 F.- Peiter 40 F. Grubb 431. J. Robinson. 42 R. F. Webb . 43. W. Christensen and Co. 44. R. Widdis. 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay. 46 Picone 47 W. M Donald 18 H. Campbell ..
CARRAJUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 July 1914
SCARRAJUNG. --o- The- weather up till the end. of June has been of a mild character. Since then, however, a decided change has taken place, cold south westerly winds and rain and snow has been the order. Five minches 6f rain or upwards b ave fallen since the break in the weather. It will be of great benefit to the young grass, and for late so'wn grasses, after the tremendous burning of last summer. The country is gradually being opened up, but very slowly, com pared to the advancement of our .great city. Those with landed nm terest, it they give It .propof--and careful thought, must surely see the grave danger which threatens their .very existence. The voting power of the city laboring classes iwil eventually (if not already) suf fice to counteract and defeat the country, and return to parliament men whose mnterests are all mn the great commercial centre, ana who. care not one fig for the producer and his welfare, thereby paralysing the rural industry, ana deferring its advancement ...
WEDDING. M'MICHAEL—FERGUSON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 July 1914
WEDDING. - -0--o M'MICHAEL?FIERGUSON. A very l)pretty ana quiet wedding was celebrated in -one of the su burbs of our' great city on Satur day afternooni, July 4, the contrac ting parties being Thomas, eldest son of Mr and Mrs. John IM'Mt chael, of Glenmaggle, to-. Bella,. second .youngest daughter- f the late Mr. Peter -ana Mrs. Jessie A. Ferguson, of "The Meadows," ' Glenmaggle.' Only a few intimate .friends and ~rlhtives were pre sent. The ceremony was perkor med by the Rev.- C. A. Fraser, Presbytenan Mimnister, of Maffra, in a neatly and adequately ador nea drawing room mn the'home of Mr. and Mrs. Brander, of East ,Malvern. The bride was attIred .in a charmmg dress of white silk, trimmed with swansdowd, and all over :lace, with crystal tassels hangming from[ a sash ot whvlite satin; and wore the authodox wreath and veil, and carrnedt a shower boquet with white streamers, thegift of the 'bridegroom; she also wore a gold necklet, with acquamanne settmings, the gift ot the bridegro...
Off to the Old Land. HOLIDAY AND BUSINESS TRIP. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 July 1914
Off to the Old Land. HOLIDAY AND BUSINESS TRIP. (By J.B.) (Contminucd ). The run from Suez to Port Said, m the canal, Is 88 miles. The magnitude of this great engineer ing worki conceived and carried out !by De Lesseps, the French en .gineer, is generally known, but it ' is quite 'another thing to see it. ' A Tailway ana fresh water chan net run parallel with the canal the o .whole distance. Aen avenue of. beautiful shrubs, reeds and trees is growing along the banks of the I fresh water channel. This is prov-' ing a wise: expenditure, not only by its refreshing contrast with the white desert, which extends as far as the eye can reach, but it pre;' 1 vents the sand being driven minto the canal by the wind, and ma terially reduces the cost of dred ging. For the ]atter work suc-' tion and sana bucket dredges are constantly employed. The rail- 1 way stations are all very pretty, I and the names are all in French. At the Port Said or Medlteranean end of the canal is a fine statue I pt 'D...
MR. MAUGER'S CANDATURE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 July 1914
MR. MAUGER'S CAN S DATURE. (To the Editor. ) Slr.-In your issue of the 14th inst. a paragraph appeared, hea ded," Election Canard," mn which you state that Mr. Mauger did not say he was standing as an Inde pendent candidate, bound to no parfty. I do not know what Mr. Mauger said at his .Traralgon meeting, but i-im positlve that wh'en' speakmig at Heyfield on the 7th inst. Mr. .Mauger 'distinctly said that he n'as pledgei to no party, and was without party ties. I am preparea to make an affi davit'to\this effect, ana I can get 50 persons who were present at the meeting to do likewise. Yours, etc., JAMES HOWARD. Heyfield, 14-7-14.
INITIATIVE REFERENDUM A FUNGUS GROWTH. "A RETRAGRADE, RE-ACTIONARY STEP. SIR WILLIAM IRVINE'S DENUNCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 July 1914
INITIATIV REFERENDUM. A FUNGUS GROWTH. ". A RETRAGRADE, RE-AC TIONARY STEP. SIR WILLIAM IRVINE'S DE NUNCIATION. " I have tead a good deal on this subjct, but I have come across no politiclan in America who has sug gested thatithe initiative and re ferendum should be apphlied to the Federat machinery for a whole State with remarkable. results, but the idea of supplying such a piece ot machinmery to a national. Govern ment plt a country like Australiha with a coast line of8000 Iniles, and a population scattered over enor mous areas, separated in occupa tron and rpodes- of thought, never occurred to any reasonable states man until Mr. Fisher took it up. And. I.have no doubt that weven the commonsehse of the suppor ters of the Labor party, in parlia ment will soon denounce as an absurdity tihe thought of adopting any such system. They will see that by its adoption the axe will be laid at the root of parliament. It would be better to wipe parlia ment out altogether than to in troduce a s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 July 1914
AT H. W. BON D'S, Stirring Bargaoins. All Winter Goods to *@. be Absolutely Cleared Out. We are NOT Closing up and Clearing Out. We are Going to Stay Right HIere, & Give You Unbeat??ble V~alue As U LQJRLaDHR T Always. H. GR BO ND, GENERAKL DRAPER, TRARALGON. Guillaux Delivers O9., By Aeroplane = I. //: Aerial Parcel Post An Innovation of Parcel Deliver ies took place with Guillaux's flight from Melbourne to Syd ney. Mon. Guillaux carried a parcel 'of the well-known beverages O.T. and O.T. Co's Lemon Squash consigned to the Secretary of the Commer cial Travellers Club, Sydney. This is possibly the first time that merchandise hay' been carried by aeroplahe oversuch A Com parison of a long distance in the world._ Progress No invention of recent years has achieved such remarkable results as the aeroplane, nor has any drink achieved such a wonderful result as O.T. No less than one hundred million drinks of O.T. is the yearly consumption. Although only eight years since it was fir...