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Football Goes Ahead. THE GAME IN THE COUNTRY. NEWS AND VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 July 1914
-Football Goes Ahead. THE GA(i. IN? THE NEWMV5. ANDI, VIEWS. - The football s~eason is nearing the, end, and :Uly a few more mat 'ches Iema ,.ll . be: played in the local coipcitl ii.. During thelast few yca:s i .. I .f: has gone ahead with leaps ,: u l.?unds in G'lpps land. and thc: c·are few matches that cannot draw a crowd. This is not to be wondered at, seeinmg the great improvement that has taken place in tue play. Competl tions are -n pro.;ess all along the main Gippslan.i hnc, from Bun ylp to Balirnsdale, and on the Great Southern lihnc it is just the same. Indeed it would be hard to find a game that fascinates the pub lic more than football, rand in some cases enthus;asts travel milci Lo witness a match. This was the case on Thursday last, wheu many Rosedale rL si!eL1ts wvere noticable among the ,owd that watched tlche progress of the Salc-Traral gon match, although they are not interested so-far as the result of t;he competition goes. It is- the same elsewhere. In the West ...
OSTRICH FARM ATTRACTS LAND BUYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
OSTRICHI FARM ATTRACTS ' LAND BUYERS. --o- Messrs J. K. Jennings and M'In nes, 411 Bourke-street, Melbourne; Mr. A. E. Whmlfield, ate ot *Staughton Vale, now of Bedtora Park, N.S.W., pof 2146 acres, si tuated at Bamawm, and known as Bodericks', the purchaser being Mr R. B. Sanderson, ot "Tango," Mansfield. This area of land was bought chiefly with the view of forming an ostrich farm mn the district. The enterprise has now been comple ted, and contains .387 ostriches, fine healthy birds, imported from Coonamble, N.S.W. The proprie tors inform us that the birds are doing equally as well as in their native district. These birds have been a wonderful attraction, and on a recent Sunday 72 vehicles and 12 motor cars were counted in the lane. adjoining this property, ins pectming the birds, included mn which were many land buyers, and the following sales have been effec ted through Messrs. J. K. Jennings and M'Innes, on account ot Mr. Sanderson, averaging from £14 to £25 per acre,. all irr...
THE WOOL CLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
THL: WOOL CLIP. --0- We have "eceived a copy of Dalgety's annual wool review for Australasia, which contains an ex haustive summary of everything relating to the past bountiful season's chp and the marketihg of same. The publication is in its sixteenth year of issue, and deals comprehensively not onlywith the past chp, but also with many bran -ches of the industry connected with wool. The number of sheep estimated to have een shorn was 109,692,264' head, including lambs, which pro duced 7.82 lbs per head (including lambs) as against 7 lbs for the previous season. A splendid aver age monetary return of 6s 4d per heac was realised, the total wealth produced by the flocks in wool alone being £34,959,463. The over seas exports of wool, plus quantity retainmed in 'the Commonwealth ana New Zealand for manufacturing' purposes, give a total of 2,639,280 bales, which makes the clip shligh tly bigger than the record one of the season 1911-12. As the average per bale, which works out at £13 4s...
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL' - ---o-- TUESDAY,' JULY 21. Present: Councillors Futcher, (president)X Davis, Widdis: Lang, Henderson;, Morgan,' kenevran, Ec J. Crooke, Umphelby. Correspondence. H. Greenvell;, Lofigford,-asking for permlsslon to fall trees over hanging his fence, as. he is about to extend his orchard.-Granted, subject .to the engmineer's supervi slon. , .,., .,. From Closer-Setlement Board., stating .;that there was no money ivami?lbli- f~jhe pdrpose oi mak ,ng tls "dn 'the Wvinnndoo 'Set tIement area.--Receilved. From Department of Lands, star ting that Mr. 'A. C. Bowman is the person applying to be allowed to purchase the reserve at Winnindoo -See motion. From Victorian Railways, sta ting that. they have called for a report as the waterways reqmuired at the Kilmany railway siding. Received. Shire oibf. Alberton, stating that the adjustment of accounts bet ween the two shlres through the severance will be made by the auditor, when auditing the shire books in November.-See ...
AN ENTERTAINING SPEAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914. AN ENTERTAINING SPEAKER. The large audience addressed by Mr. W.'M. Hughes in the local hall on Wednesday afternoon must have had 'a real good time. Even those opposed at the speaker's po litics could hot resist a good laugh at his illustrations, and Mr. Hughes also had a good time. He did not go into politics very seri ously. It was only a little flut ter, and 'he came to please and en tertain. Funny stories and jokes help to keep an audience in good humor, but they don't count as sledge hammer arguments. Mr. Hughes' speech was superficial, and possibly he forgot he was ad dressing some hard-headed elec tors. He told the electors that the Cook government had invited the Senate to throw out the test bills. The government did noth ing of the sort. The Senate could have passed them. He ridiculed the Preference Bill, and said it meant nothing. Yet the same bill brought about the double dissolu tion, which has so upset Mr. W. M. Hughes himself, and the whole ot his...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
AT H. W. BOND'S Stirring Bargains. All Winter Goods to .0 * be ' Absolutely Cleared Out. We are NOT Closing up and Clearing Out. We are Going to Stay Right Here, & Give You Unbetab e Vaue AAAs Ilways. H. DW. BOND, GENERAL DRAPER, TRARALGON. ror Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Is 6d Your Eyes need attention Do not neelect them Consult 1. A Williams. Ounlified Op. tician at A H. CROSS's. Tra. ralgon Bazaar and General Newsagency. THE MOST PATIENT PEOPLE1 MUST SHOW ANNOYANCE AT TIMES. Everybody has their hour'of trouble. But ipeople having any irrita tion of the skin " Have many hours of trouble. Nothing so annoying, niothing so irritating., It's a hard and trying position. Leave it alon'e, and you can har dly bearit. Relief and cure have come at last. People have put it to the test. Doan's Ointment cures skin diseases. - People are learning that. this Is so. Here is a case in point: - Mr. F. L. Fraatz, bootmaker, Franklin Street, Traralgon, says: "For some ...
Federal Politics. MR. WISE AT TRARALGON. A GOOD MEETING—AND ORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
Federal Politics. UMR. WIS AT TRARALGON.. A GOOD MEETINGC-AND , ORDERLY. There 10s a very large atten klance at %Mr. Wise's meeting in the mechanics' hall on Tuesday night. The candidate gave a lucid expla nation of political situation, apd jhis own 'views on various questions. He was listened to most attentively for two hours, and at the close 'ofi his speech was loudly applauded. Xhere were only one or two inter jectlons, and only tone question at". the close of the meeting. Councillor Whittakers, the pre sident of the shire, occupied the.. 'chair and said he hoped the aud i ence would give Mr. WVise a par ticularly fair hearing. I The candidate said the people of i 'Australia were about to engage in I a Federal election, tunder circum stances that were unique. in the' history oft Federation. For the first I nlme since Federation was establi- I shed 14 years-ago, the House of I Representatives was to be penally I *dissolvecl, and the drastic powers proscribed in section 5,7 of the...
TRARALGON TRAM BOLTS THE "GRIPMAN" HURT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
TRARALGON TRAM BOLTS -o-- THE " GRIPMAN" HURT. The "gripnman" on the Trara! gon tramwa),'s service (Mr. Harry Johnson) had an exciting time on Tuesday last. He was engaged in bringing gravel from the pits. When descending Serjeant's hill with a full load on, a stone got oaught~ in the brake of one of the front truck, and it re fused to 'act. The break was then screwed down tightly 6n the back trucks, which caused one of them to leave the rails. The"' gripman" was also dislodged from his seat,. and had one of his legs jammed in one of the trucks, and he has since been unable to work. How ever, the service has not been dis located, as a new "gripman" was put on, and the trams were runn ing as usual yesterday.
TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING. Aspecial meeting of the above was held on Wednesday, when Cr. Whittakers presided. Therewere also present: Coincillors Pent land, Clarke, Pettit andI Anderson. REVISION COURT. The secretary presented the voters' roll for the central and east ridings, and stated .there were neither claims or objections. The rolls were certified -as cor rect, and adopted. NEW ROAD WORKS. Councillor Bodycomb arrived. The secretary said that tenders had been invitea for metalling 'a section of the Traralgon S. road, ana others for gravelling the Tyers road;. - He had one tender for each contract. I After the tenders had been opened, and the amount stated, the president saidthat when Mr. M'Cormack, a member of the Roads Board visited Calhgnee re ference was made to the cost of metalling. He said that if the council formed the road, and found that the tender for metalling was too high, it would be better to hold i the metalling over for a while until (they got a re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
* , ' ._. ..... : Save: your . Money. FA G. GCRISTESEN'S BI WIIBT ibAT COMlMENOES To-morrow, . Saturday, July 18 :: FOR :: 2 Weeks Only Big Bargains. Ringing Values. Big Savings for You. ..I Auctioneers. A. MoLIEAN & CO., Stock, Station,, Land and f C 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 CLEARING SALES and would point out that in view of their large following of Buyers it-is to Vendors' advantage to in- I timate to the firm as early as pos- ' sible the dates required for sales, as a number. of buyers requiring ' extra large numbers of dairy stock have acquainted the firmnn of the fact ot their intention to stock up IL from Gippsland dairy cattle. CARRAJUNCi : SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. . A. M'LEAN and CO. will sell: - 100 Head of Cattle. Also Pigj, etc. I Time of sale: 1 o'clock. sharp STAN. BUXTON, Agent. GREAT DISPERSAL SALE FA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
E. L. BRUVE, a (Late H. C. Jones). LAND, FINANCE and COM MISSION AGENT, Surveyor and Sworn Valuator. Agent for: tke Yorkshire Fire Insurance Co., and Accident Insurance Co., and the Equity Trustees Co. Ltd. Office: TRARALGON. %.QUEENSLAND. "he Rev. L. T. COPEL'AND, of Muindubberra, Queensland, who is temporarily superannuated oh acconunt of sick.ness, inviter; cor respendence from anyone wanting to select land; purchase sheep, cattle or horse stations, or fruit, lucerne, wheat, sugar or. . dairy ifarms in Queensland. T. iii. $OW & eo.1 HOTHAM ST., TRARALGON. ;T. H. ROW: Sworn Valuator. ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS, ASSURANCE & GENERAL. "AGENTS. Agents: for London and Lanca .hire Fire Insurance Co., National Mutual Fire Assurance Assocla tion, Norwich Union Fire Assur ance Co., Ocean Accident and -Guarantee Society, the Fourth Victorian Building Society, Adam son, Strettle and Co., Stock and Station Agents. Stoddart iand .Iaclean THE NEW BUTCHERS, L OR 0 Q UA tL' TY.. tOdred...
TURN OF THE TIDE LUCK OF THE COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
TURNl ,OEF THE TIDE LUCK OF THE COURSING CLUB. S- Every since the Traralgon Cour sing Club opened their plumpton on the 'Fernhill Estate, want of sufficient hares has proved a great stumbling block, and very few meetings have been decided in the plumpton. The recent flood has proved to be the best friend cclub .has h'ad for some time, ana many hares were caught and pla ced in rthe-plumpton. Thus the club) will Ibe able to hold their next ,meeting there. . SA- meeting 'of the club was held at :~Canny's Hotel, on Wednes day :evening,.when Mr. C. Wright presided. The 'chief matter dis cussed-was the proposal to hold a plumpton meeting at an early date, and 'gratification was ex pressed at the early prospect of good meetings, iseeing that al ct of hares have been secured. It was 'decided to pay Messrs. Ham and G. Drane 10's 6d each. for their great help in securing bares for the pens. After consideration, it was re solved.to hold a plumpton meeting on the 13th inst., for two 16 dog stak...
MR. MAUGER. THE SAME AS OTHER SENATE CANDIDATES. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
MR. MAUGER. THE SAME AS OTHER SEN ATE CANDIDATES. '(To the Editor). Sir,-Some misaprehension ap pears to exist as to the definition of his 'position in politics at Hey field on the 7th inst. In some quarters. an endeavour is being made to use Mr. Mauger as a prop for Mr. Wise, an4 to taint Mr. Mauger's remarks, so as to make them appear to justify Mr.'Wise's position. I Uo not wish to put that construction on the.remarks of your Heyfield correspondent, Mr. Howard' in your issue of the 21st inst., but that is the evident in tention in other quarters. Mr. S. Mauger definitely - proclaimed himself at that meeting as a sup porter of the Liberal Government and its programme. He ':told his hearers that the Socialist Party were responsible for machine poli tics and that "Machine must be met by Dnachine." Referring to the question of preference to unionists, Mr.-Mauger declared that the Liberal Goveinment, and he as' a supporter, stood ;for prefer ence to no party, but equal justice to all....
A Labor Orator. MR. HUGHES AT TRARALGON. ELECTORS ENTERTAINED. "THE POOR FARMER." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
SA Labor Orator. MR. HUGHES AT TRARALGON. ELECTORS ENTERTAINED. "THE POOR FARMER." Mr. W. M. Hughes, Attorney General in the Fisher Government, delivered an address on Federal politics in the mechanics' hall, Traralgon, on Wednesday after no'on. There was a large atten dance, the hall being well filled. Mr . J. '3ain, the president of the local branch of the Political Labor Council, occupied the chair, and said he had pleasure in wel coming Mr. Hughes to Traralgon. The ipeople of Traralgon were to be cofigratulated on having such a prominent trator amongst them, and he Avas pleased to see so many ladies prepent. Mr. H ughes was received with prolonged applause, and stepped right to'the front of the platform, so that his'voice would carry the better. He said that he felt it a great compliment that such a largo number had come to the meeting at .such a tfhne. He would first say a few words on the political situa tion, created by His Excellency the Governon-General, in accept .ng. the ...
SPARROW SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 July 1914
SPARROW SHOOT. The local gun club held a spar row shoot in Mr. Mapleson's pad dock yesterday, for a trophy and sweepstake. The former was pre sented by Mr. Meek. The winner was H. Brown of Rosedale, with 15 kills. The swecpstake was divi ded on the seventh round by i. Fryatt (2"oms.),, Mcek (cre nomr and H. Brown (1 nom.). Sweep stake No. 1 was divided by A. W. Bowman and Dr. Hagenauer, with '5 kills each. No. 2 was won by T. A. Umphelby, with 6 kills. Clay: sweepstake No. 1 was won by T. A. Umphelby, with 3 kills; add No. 2 was won by J. fI'anner with 4 kills.