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A Labor Orator. MR. HUGHES AT TRARALGON. ELECTORS ENTERTAINED. " THE POOR FARMER." [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 24 July 1914
A 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 r.nc mechanics' hall, Traralgon, on Wednesday after trtoon. The>e was a large atten .dance, the hall being well filled. Mt .J. Bain, the president of the. local branch of the Political Labor Council, occupied the chair, and said he had pleasure in wel coming Mr. Iiughes to Traralgon. The people of Traralgon were to foe congratulated on having such a. prominent orator amongst them, and he 'was pleased to see so many ladies present. Mr. Hughes was received with prolonged applause, and stepped Tight 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 large number had come to the meeting at such a tSjne. He would first say a few words on the political situa tion, created by His Excellency the Governon-General, in accept ing t...
SPARROW SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 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 IS kills. The sweepstake was divi ded on the seventh round by J. Fryatt (2 n'.oms.),, Mte'c (ore nom/ and H. Brown (1 nnmA Sweep stake No. 1 was'divided bv A. "VV. Bowman and Dr. lla.enaue , with t5 kills each. No. 2 1 as on L-y T. A. Umphelby, with ki s. Clay: sweepstake No. 1 v>as on by T A. jUmphelby, with 3 ? :i!*s; and No. 2 was won by J. ffanner with. ,4 kills. .
"Even Betting." MR. W. M. HUGHES' TIP. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 24 July 1914
"Even Betting." MR. W. M. HUGHES' TIP. Mr.. W. M. Hughes; . Attorneys General-in the Fisher Government; passed through Traralgon yester day morning bn his return from Sale. On the platform at the rail way station, he made a few brief remarks on the -political, situation to three individuals. One gentle man said this was going to be a keen contest. " Yes," said -Mr. Hughes, " it will be very keen. If I were bet ting on it I ^vould lay ioff, so that I should 'not lose whichever side won. It will be a close contest." Mr. Hughes lalso said that the two sides seemed evenly balanced. | The Liberals had been in power for some'time, and it was possible that the pendulum would swing a little to the Labor side. A one per cent, gain would do it. He explained that he was not referring to Gippsland, but to the whole Commonwealth. . Mr. Hughes also said that he was surprised that the Liberal go vernment did hot go to the coun try on-some big question, .such as the Land Tax or the Maternity Bonus,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 24 July 1914
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MR. BENNETT AND MR. J. THOMAS. ALLEGED SLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 24 July 1914
MR. BENNETT AND MR. J., THOMAS. ALLEGED SLANDER. In "a speech delivered by Mr. Bennett, at Hazelwood, on the 6th., July, the " Morwell and- Yinnar Gazette" reported him as follows: " Asked; by Mr. Smith if he charged Mr. Thomas, the late Mi- . nister for External Affairs, with, corruption' regarding the Common-' wealth steamer, Mr.'Bennett .said, 'Yes, deliberately.'" In consequence of the state ments alleged to have been made at that meeting charging Mr Thomas with corruption in regard to the steamer's purchase, that gentleman has instructed his soli citors to take action in the matter forthwith. -
RIFLE SHOOT. WIN FOR ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 24 July 1914
RIFLE SHOOT. WIN FOR ROSEDALE. Teams representing the Traral gon and Rosedale rifle clubs had a shoot on the Traralgon range yes terday. There 'were 13 men in eacn team, iand the conditions' were 14. shots at 300 yards. The local team drove the visitors to to the range, and provided re freshments in the afternoon. The visitors won by 16 points, E. Ham (Trarangon) making the top score* Details: Rosedale. E. Kenyon, 60J. Ridgewayv . 59, Brown, 58; Marney, 56; W*. King, 55; Pendlebury, 52; J. Pen dlebury, 51; I. Pendlebury, 46; Cox, 45; H. Rice, 44; J. Rice, 42; E. Watts, 39; Ayres, 39. Total 646. Traralgoir. E." Ham, 62; J. White, 62; J* Drane, 58; J. Robinson, .58; E. Cobbledick, 54; J. Mapleson, 49; B. Coates, 48; W. Chenhall, 47; B. Dunbar, 44; J. King, 43; H. Ham, 41; J. Phillips, 42; C. H. Welch, 22. Total, 630.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 24 July 1914
» WEDDING. Yesterday afternoon, at St. James' Church, a pretty wedding was celebrated, when the rector united in the bonds of matrimony Mr. George Kent, of Dalyston, and. Miss Amanda Fick, of Callignee,' the youngest daughter of Mr. George Fick, of Traralgon. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore the usual nup tial robes and veil, the latter being caught at the top with a sprig of orange 'blossom. Miss Myrtle Har man was bridesmaid, and Mr. C. Fick, brother of the bride, was best' man. The wedding breakfast was ser i ved in Mr. Gilbert's dining room, and was a happy affa:.r. The cus tomary toasts were honored with. enthusiasm. Mr. and Mrs. Kent left Traral gon by the evening train for Mel-, bourne to spend the honeymoon,' and in 'due course will take up then:, residence at Dalyston. .
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 21. Engineer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL.' I TUESDAY, JULY 21. Engineer's Report. I have the honor to report as fol lows : The heavy rain durig the past fortnight has been the means of temporarily delaying a number of the contracts. Most of the eon tractors, however, have their work well in hand. Contractor Bridges has completed his two waterholes all but a little fencing, when an inrush of water prevented fu;ther work. A temporary fence has been erected and the permanent work will now Qiave to stand over until the summer. During , the last week several portions of the shire have been in flood, but so far as I have been able to ascertain, very little da mage has been don^ to the roads. The main Gip'ps'.and road, between the bridges at Rosedale, has been inundated to a depth of ^ feet, and all motor traffic and'travel ling sheep has been blocked. Pe destrians have been carted across j in a cart by the council's dayman. I have inspected and taken levels of the drain Jat the rear tof the Ex change hotel...
LABOR'S FIGHTING PLATFORM. FEDERAL ISSUES. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
1 | LABOR'S FIGHTING PLAT FORM. FEDERAL ISSUES. The distinctively Labor propo sals which Mr. Fisher, submitted at Bundaerg . may be roughly divi ded into two classes; those which are admirable, but impracticable, and those which are practicable and injurious. What kindly mor tal would not like to see every widowed mother supplied with mo ney sufficient for the wholesome upbringing ol her children ? Where is there a globe trotter who would not gladly sail in Mr. Fisher's ocean greyhounds which are to be so--'swift, so luxurious, so cheap? Which of us that travelled here in Australia would not be glad to see his uniform gauge from Perth to Townsville? What father would not ' be pleased to point out to an.Aus- . tralian navy, and say: "We built that, as we developed the Nor thern Territory, erected our poli cai capital, and createcT our army out of current revenue?" ? Mr. Fisher opened his Bunda berg speech with a: sneer at the la- ? vish expenditure of the Cook Mi nistry, his surplus ...
MORWELL SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
MORWELL SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY. JULY 22. Present: Councillors Edney (pre sident), Hecsom. Scanlon, Rad burn, Latter. English, Falla, Daly, -.^M'Donald, Dunbar. Buckley. ' Correspondence. From Country Roads Board, stating that the Railway depart .'ment have reduccd the rate for ; carriage on road making mater ials.-Received. From Country Roads Board, stating that approval has been gi ven to-the acceptance of the tender of Billinslev Bros, for work ton the Moe-Morwell road.-Atten ded to. ' - From Country Roads Board, asking that the engineer submit a sketch plan of the proposed devia tion of main Gippsland road, bet ween the Morwell bridge and Davey's sheep yards.-Engineer to attend. From Country Roads Board, forwarding plan showing deviation on the Boolarra road, and asking if the council has any obejetions to the proposal.-Received. From Country Roads Board, in reply to a letter from Mr. J. Grant, that the survey.of Boolarra to: Welshpool road was taken through Payne's to obtain t...
HOW TO ENCOURAGE FARMING. TO THE PRIMARY PRODUCER. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
HOW TO ENCOURAGE FARM ING. TO THE PRIMARY PRODUCER. Do you know that the country interests are being sacrificed , to those of "the metropolis, and it, so, do you, 'not,.think that some steps ought to. be taken to counteract the political influence of the peo ple of. Melbourne ? Action should be taken a,t once, as every month's delay will result in the political interests of the centre becoming relatively stronger, and more dif ficult to overcome. The- Government Year Book shows that in the Census decade which ended in 1911, this State only increased its population by 10 per cfent. Unsatisfactory as this this small increase is, when con sidered. as a whole it is very. , much worse when considered in 1 detail.vTKe county of Bourke alone secured an increase of 99,378, and. the other 36 counties only 11,808, whilst the shipping population in creased by &lt;2,542. These figures reveal a most un healthy condition of affairs, and should receive the immediate at tention of those who...
Railway Smoke Night. SPEECHES AND MUSIC. MR. TUDOR, M.P., AND THE GENERAL PRESIDENT. PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
SPEECHES AND MUSIC. MR. TUDOR,- M.P., AND THE GENERAL PRESIDENT. PRESENT. The annual gathering- of the members of the Traralgon branch of the Railway Employees' Union was held in the mechanics' hall on Friday night. Mr. J. Price, the president of the branch, presided, 'and occupying seats near him were Mr. Tudor, M.P., Minister for Cus toms in" the Fisher Government, Mr. R obertson, the general pre sident of the branch, and Mr. A. - J. Bain, the president of the Tra ralgon branch of the P.L.C. There was a large attendance, including many not employed jn 'the railways. The catering had been placed in the hands of Mr. Atwood. The chairman extended a hearty - welcome to all, and said he hoped' there would be many more such gatherings. He also said that the one object was to strengthen the' union, by inducing those still out side the union to join. After the loyal toast had been honored, The chairman moved: " That the Railway Employees Union congratulates Mr. Maurice Blackburn, on his s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Is 6d Your Eyes need attention. Do not neglect them Consult , R7 A Williams. Oualified Op tician at A- H. CROSS.'s, Tra ralgon Bazaar , and General Newsagency. AT H. W. BOND'S All Winter Goods to ... be Absolutely Cleared Out. We are NOT Closing up and Clearing Out. We are Going to Stay Right Here, & Give You Unbeatable Value Always. H. W. BOND, GENERAL DRAPER, TRA.RALGON. Wise's PDst Office Director; OF ALL YIC10RIA, 191'4. '1 ''HIS well known anu notable work, - I which ia now published, ia Bold and cironlated not only throughout Victoria, but has extensive sale in New South Wales, .Queensland, West Australia, Scnth Austral a, Tasmania, New Zealand, and also in Great Britain and America. It is the only directory aold beyond its own State, and ia far and away tha fullest and best Direotory cf Victoria, while at the same time it is reliable and correct. It contains the names in every town and ownship, and also street di...
Al Fresco Meeting. SENATOR FINDLEY AT TRARALGON. AMUSING INCIDENTS. MR. BENNETT GETS IT "HOT" [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
Ai Fresco Meeting. SENATOR FINDLEY AT TRARALGON. AMUSING INCIDENTS. MR. BENNETT GETS IT "HOT" Senator Findley addressed ' a very large open'-air meeting in Franklin Street, Traralgon, on Saturday hight. At times the .meeting was very rowdy, but the interjections ,for the most part, were of a humorous character. Mr. Findley is a Senate, candidate, touring Gippsland in the Labor interest, had the best ottfte deal, and more than held his own. ' Mr. Findley was well re ceived. He said that he had tra velled a good deal in Gippsland of late, and had never seen such an interest taken in politics. It car ried his mind back-to the time when the Labor movement started and the pessimists said: "You will gather no harvest." But to-day the movement was going ahead by leaps (and bounds. The member for Gippsland had made some as tounding statements, and had evi dently forgotten the command ment: "Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor." There was also another thing he had forgotte...
FOOTBALL. BAIRNSDALE V. TRARALGON [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
FOOTBALL. BAIRNSDALE .V. TRARALGON Thursday 'next will, as far as the Traralgon Football Club is con cerned, see the finish ot the North Gippsland Association competi tion, the local team playing the Bairnsdale on the show grounds.1 The committee with a view of se curing a good team for next year, are giving a trial to some promis ing town juniors, realising that the more local lads are playing the better the opportunity.: of getting the team together for systematic practice, which has "not always been possible this year, owing to the team being selected from a wide, and scattered area. The match on Thursday will have little interest .as far as the premiership' is concerned,, but it will at least decide whether Tra ralgon shall be last., or share the honor with Bairnsdale. Consequen tly a good game is anticipated,, and Traralgon. are vei'y hopeful of breakig the ice. The. Traralgon team will be as follows: '* " » ; 1, T. Milligan; 2, Rowley; '3, Rice; 4, D. Ryan.; 5, Onley; 6, M. Be...
TOONGABBIE WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
TOONGABBIE WIN. The return football match bet ween Toongabbie and Glengarry was played on the ground of the latter. Toongabbie won by 7 points The local team were strengthened, by the inclusion of several. Tra ralgon players. Both teams pla yed well, and the spectators had some good football- J. Fitz-» Patrick umpired the game. In the first quarter the Toongabbie play ers ran all over their opponents. Glengarry pulled up in the second quarter, and were only two points behind at halt time. Toongabbie again had far the best of the third! quarter, and Glengarry made up a bit of their deficit in the last term but Toongabbie won by seven points. Frank Anderson, Allan King, and: M. Bermingham were best play ers on the ground. The three La mont brothers also did good work, for Glengarry. Toongabbie and Cowwarr have each won three games in the Fisher trophy. , ,
MR. THOS. LIVINGSTON ENTERTAINED. BY HILL RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
MR. THOS. LIVINGSTON j ENTERTAINED. BY HILL RESIDENTS. A complimentary social was ten dered to Mr. Livingston, Minis ter of Education at Binginwarri, on the iVth inst. There was a large assemblage of the residents, some of the people coming many miles to show their appreciation of the services Mr. 'Livingston has rendered the district, and pleasure at his elevation to the position of Minister of Education. Almumber tof (speeches were made -all of an appreciative nature. Mr. Livingston made an appro* priate reply, thanking the resi dents for their thoughtfulness and kindness. . The ladies provide*! refreshments and there were klso a few dances. During the evening,- some of the principal'residents had a chat with* Mr. Livingston about local require ments.
TRARALGOM RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. BRIGHT PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
TRARALGOM RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. BRIGHT PROSPECTS. The annual meeting ot the Tra ralgon Racing Club was held at the Grand Junction hotel on Sa turday evening. Thc prcEKlcntCCr Whittakers) occupied the cha r. TTViere were also present . Mess s. ISbtaso», c. Clarice, W- M. Bruce, j D. Campbel, T. Cosgrifl Ku . therford, B. Dunbar, J. Pickett, R. Dov.'ling, k. raTe*' 0. Marsh, A. Dunbar T. Powell, T- Maher, H. Campbell, T. Stand ing Meek, D. J- Weekes, Peter Dunbar and Dr. Hagenauer. The secretary read the balance sheet. Receipts. James Fithie money lent on -m«rtH8KC £ 500,104 debentures at £5-£5£U Donations to racecourse fun 1 £2, grazing fees £28 12s ' &lt;1. S-members an t smaller subscribers t'93 1 s, gate money January meetinz fiOl 19s d, April meeting *94 18s tid, bookmakers January ±31 10S, April i'22 Is, pubiioaus booth January £1310s, April 8. refreshment bo.tlis £6 7s, nominations and accepts January £52 10s, April i34 8s. sale of booths Jan uary £15 14s, April ...
TRARALGOM STATE SCHOOL HIGHER. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 28 July 1914
[JRARALGOM STATE, SCHOOL HIGHER. ELEMENTARY E-DU ... -CATION. . - " ' The Traral'gon school commit tee; is perhaps the" most active body in the tow^, and' the mem bers take great interest in the: school,'alnd. the education of the rising generation. After" persis-: tent efforts, the committee: were successful iri inducing the depart ment to establish sloyd and cook ery classes at the school,-and the old school building will shortly be removed, and re-erected on the site adjoining the school, to pro vide the necessary accommoda tion for the classes. The school committee has also succeeded in having the school ma-de _,t higher elementary school. At the last t meeting of the committee, held | oyer a week figo., a letter was re- &lt; ceivect from the department, sta ting that the request could not be granted, as it would involve considerable expense in new build ings. The chairman (Councillor. Pettit) was deputed to wait on the Minister of Education (Mr. T. Livingston) and expla...