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NARRACAN. THE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 August 1906
NARRACAN. THE METHODIST CHURCH. A concert was held on Friday even ing last in the Methodist church, the proceeds of which are to be devoted to the funds of the Sunday school and church. There was a very good at tendance considering the weather, and each item was well received. As very little notice could be given re the hotding of it, the whole affair passed off very successfully. Miss E. Weir presided at the organ. Mr. Francis Singleton occupied the chair, and explained the object of the entertain ment. After the concert Mr. D. Weir moved, and Mr. E. Stewart seconded, a vote of thanks to all those who so kindly asgiSwd during the evening, specially 'raWtotioning Mr. and Mrs. Gray (of Melbourne), and^J^f. R. R. Hobbs, for organising th$movemenfc. The following is the programme: — Part 1.—Hymn, "'All people that on earth do dwell," audience; prayer, led by "Mi'. Syer; Chairman's "word or two," Mr. Frances Singleton; Song, "The. Silent Highway," Mrs. R. J. Gray; Recitation, '-'The Bus...
THE COMING HORN OF PLENTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 August 1906
THE COMING HORN OF PLENTY. reason to believe that the. fooi ;of a few generations hence will differ greatly from that of to-day. As popu lation grows we may possibly tend to become vegetarians, for it has been found that double the land is aeces sary to sustain one man on fresh meat than on wheat. The time is approach ing when the human race will,-we are 25 human beings,'while a potato field of the same size would support only two,, and a wheat farm only one; a grove of full-grown chestnut tre^a will
COALVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 August 1906
COALVILLE. Tennis teams, representing Coalville and Narracao E;jst clubs, met at the local court cm Saturday-test, to play e friendly game. The Coalville ia-diea. kindly provided light refreshments. The games were scored on the point system, 50 up. A very pleasaut af ternoon's play resulted in a win for the visitors by 55 points, the totals being :--Narracan East, 274; Coal ville, 219. Scores :— Halden and Horley (C) b?at T. W. and G. Savige (N E) 50 to 34. Moore and Shackleton (N E) beat L. and M. Thorpe, 50 to 19. Miss Aucbterlouieand Mr G. Savige (N E) heat Miss Somerville and Mr L. Horley (C) 50 to 35. Mr and Mrs F. Halden (C) beat Miss Lloyd and Mr F.Shackleton (N E) 50 to 40. Messrs A. Moore and T, W. Savige (N E) beat Messrs Matches and Hor ley (C) 50 to 39. Messrs Shackleton ana G. Savige (N E) beat Messrs Halden and Thorpe 50 to 26.
TO HELP YOUR HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 August 1906
TO HELP YOUR HUSBAND. The question a newly-wedded girl should ask herself is: "How can I best help my husband in his coreer?" The answer depends upon the man's character. Some need all the encouragement a wife can give, their belief in them*' selves being slight. Others trust bo implicitly In their own capacity that they refuse advice from anyone. The wife sees Che mistakes, and she alone can point them out. Oftnn the process is extremely difficult. Many a woman shirks the responsibility for fear of making things unpleasant. She is too weak to put on the brake that will prevent her husband drifting to wards failure. Many wives have fought battles foe their husbands againt petty meanness es, lavish expenditure, lack of socia bility, over-confidepce, or an incline piion to discoursed by difficulties; • and by so doing have helped iHtroi to achieve a success they otherwise could never have attained.
TWO GOOD FAIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 August 1906
TWO GOOD FAIRIES. Energy and application are the good fairies of most successful lives. One of the most fortunate women In Europe attributes all her prosperity to the tact that Bhe never puts off tlil to-morrow anything that can be done to-day; for often more time is wasted over thinking about the difficulties of a task than in accomplishing it. Once it is resolutely tackled, the obstacles have an astonishing way of disappearing. Whether it be in the house or la the place of business/the woman who cultivates the simple plan of doing the thing that is waiting at hand to be done, is invariably the one who not only finds she has the most lolsure, but also the one who accomplishes the most work.
TIME'S FLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 August 1906
TIME'S FLIGHT. How often the thought comes home ,v As the moments hurry away, h Of the many things I intended to do % Somehow, some time, some day. There are promises that have not been kept, •' Though I always meant to he true; A But time Is too short for all the things I That a fellow intends to do. -m I will answer a letter, or read a hook, I will write a bit of rhyme; j I will do the things that 1 ought to do— 1 Some day when I have time. ' J Sq I look beyond, as I hope and plan, * For the days that are just ahead, £ While the day that Is here goes Into > the grave With Its opportunities dead. ' To-day is the only day we have. Of to-morrow we can't be To seize the chance Is the way to make It secure. For every year is e shorter year* And this Is a tr^th sublime A moment misspent ts^a^wel From the treasury of timi Bet no one think lightly Ing la,his heart: "It will near mfc". Even by the fal, water-drops a water-pot is flllei the foot^becomes. full of he gathers It little by l...
WISDOM FOR WOMEN, [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 August 1906
WISDOM FOR WOMEN, Men praise or abuse womc-n too much; never so much, however, as women do. Love is a human law, duty is a social one. Love Is greater than duty. Happy the men and wo men who can obey both laws. Women die twice. Their first death takes place on the day they cease to be attractive. Foolish are the married people %ho do not retain friendship when love becomes out of season. The heart of a good woman is a well of love. She has a smile for all joys, a .tear for all sorrows, a consolation for all miseries, an excuse for all faults, a prayer for all misfortunes, and a word of encouragement for all hopes. ^ V
FINDING AN EASY WAY. No Easy Way. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906
FINDING AN EASY WjY. i No Easy Way. There is no worse malady that can attack a young man than the desire to find an-easy wajva short-cut for . things he wishes to accomplish. It is true that the world owes every man a living', but it is not owed until it is^ earned. ,■ There is nojwf&T ifjad" "to learning,, but therms no royal road ;to anything, that if excellent. Neither wealth nor high yfeonnection will .pur chase the right, way to some sort of easy route tirleamitng of performance. Every one must;'serve an apprentice ship before ho can become a master of anything. Work and success ate related as caus.e- and effect. Who ever succeeds in his calling recognises this relation and shows his wisdom in taking advantage of it. Nature can not be o\itwitted. We are held to a' strict account, and every-debt must be paid. It takes a pound to balance a pound. As much power as is deman ded, so much fore© must be expen ded. The marksman did not learn to pierce the centre at one shot. Th...
CHAPTER XXVI. "I Shall Never Marry Again." [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906
| , V| f CHAPTER "r ShairNfever. Marry Again." YJrfcfe' re-turned to San Francisco about two weeks after Sir William. 'Tears old, was had grown -tov be a remarkably Inter esting. child, while she was of the greatest comfort to her mother; whose every hope was now centred In her. -Virgie entered upon her work with renewed Interest, although she had not been idle during the summer by any means. "With her pen she had copied" nature in: every possible phase, and had brought home, for. her win ter's . campaign,. rich treasures of art * She had for some time been en gaged upon.; quite an extensive work, which: was to be elegantly bound) and which promised to be something very rare-and unique.' She threw herself intcr'-this with such energy, after her return and worked at it so steadily and'with so much enthusiasm, that Mr. Kright really began to fear that she. would overtax her strength. Froix the first he had been deeply interested in the beautiful and talent ed woman who bore her sorrow...
Virgie's Inheritance. CHAPTER XXV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906
Virgifl's Inheritance. Sy Mri G. SHELDON, Authoress of ufcays?!? "Dorothy's Jewels," "Hcroa, or Tbe Secret of a Royal Mirtxlr/1. 'Imogen's Iatrlgne," etc. * CHAPTER XXV -"-Continued ^ The last of August found Sir Wil ^lian* Heath again on the ocean The/voyage proved beneficial, and &lt;h« was in much better health and H tftrength when he landed in New York: than when he left England. He, proceeded directly to San Fran Cisco as fast aa gteam and wheels t&«ould take him; determined to seek out Mr- Templeton, Virgle'a lawyer, who, he: believed, jyould teU,hijn jrheiv she; - could- be found.. . ' . .. But, a terrible disappointment await ed him there Mr. Templeton had retired fromi , lor an indefinite period. He could not even obtain his ad . dress, and was thus prevented . from communicating with him by letter. ! Tbon he began-another wearisome tSiMareh. Day alter, day he haunted the streets of the city. He Inquired, he advertised, and used every method *ba could think ...
WOMAN'S WORLD. KEEPING AWAY WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906
WOMAN'S WORLD. j KEEPING AWAY WRINKLES. • j i Don't thlnlt; you are too old to do 1 this, too old to do thai. You are al ; ways as young as you feel. People j grow old by thinking themselves old. I Don't "think you are too old to be young. Live a young life, whlct"&lt; has a. , tendency to keep up youthful looks. , Woman,- while not being kittenish, : need never be old In hsr ways. I Don't think .that you are forbidden I to think of your looks, or to attend 1 to your appearance, because yon hap , pen to be thirty. Balzac has said that 1 a woman of thirty is at"her .most fas cinating and dangerous age—that is, dangerous to the hearts of moa" Don't .think that a life of^eape and luxury is essential to preserving youthful, delicate looks. A certain amount of work and .exercise is neces sary to keep the muscles firm. and elastic, and the flesh hard. .. Don't let. go of love--or love of ro mance. They are amulets against wrinkles. Not all of the world's hom age is poured at the f...
CHAPTER XXVII. An Unexpected Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906
CHAPTER XXVU. An Unexpected Visitor. Three years passed, and nothiDg oc curred' to disturb .the even tenor' of Virgle's life. - She .had -worked diligently during ' this time, gaining fresh. laurels with every season. She had removed from, the retired' lodgings which she had taken at ftrst upon-coming' to San Francisco, into a "better locality, where she had a handsome suite of rooms in a well-known apartment-house These were bright , and pleasant, tastefully furnished also, and'Virgie thoroughly enjoyed the pretty home ;which she had won by'the' labor of her own hands. When she had made the change she i gave the contents of her other home I to Chi Lu, who had married a thrifty I woman of his 6wn country, aud- to gether they were carrying on quite a flourishing laundry business, while,' in place of the faithful Chinese,- Vir gie -had. taken a 'bright and capable Swedish woman. .. ..* . . One evening, after a dreary,. rainy day/the fcell under the name of "Alex ander," in the house o...
TRAFALGAR PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906
TKAFALUAR PKi .MA.UKKT. J. K. Jennings and Melimes report under date 4th. August:—35 pigs at full rates. Sows to £2 7s.; porkers 35s„ strong stores 15s., slips to 8b. rtamint1 tut" hi win &lt;m> bit not ninth &lt;k,Ar*in-l *t>l lakers In £uiu> ng lUttre i^t, «>xl dtuiaad Cot y^nfif c»V .1"* jA-«k*iin. -r j r-ifteri aUo iBirrifHi (.fiffpfsj »d i e>* lor fencucf eld li lcroi work* lo£ «' tTaprove ment work f# J>frW/?\doj7e on the sta tions. In -.the denxnjd fot Jabot in bl ic&? QWiBfr^ to ijtf weather In mauttgt tlft re bo* beeji some activity shWftai ^ges too as j follows:—CarpenWafrdbi. to 10s. *dayt r bricklayers 10s. to $}&)• pibt terei» IkW, [to 12a., blacksmithar 8ir.-Co rights Is. hour,. busa&ei® ft\om | to 35s. per week and feep; bak ers_3tifc r to 40s. per week and k«@gj and- 35s. (■65b wjfhous keep Fartfj'and fi*atio* hands—ploughmen, fenc«rs*and clear-' i.ere 20s. !>er week and keSp! E&Lfnecr couples £52 t...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. | Messrs; -Adamsou, Strett-le and Co. report under date 3rd August:— _ To-day'a market was lightlysupplied and consisted cluelly; of dairy cattle. MiLKERSi—Small, supply, and very few really good cows yarded. Best made from £8 to £10; second "quality, £6 10s. to £7 10s.; inferior, difficult fro, quit at low figures. -' Springers.—Good dairy cows, close., to calving had fairly good competition^ making frora'£7 to-s68 7s. 6d.; second, £5 10s. to £5 10s.; backward cows, from £4 to springing heifers, from £4 to £4 10s.; a-few to £5 10s.; young store cofw, from 50s. to 70s.; others*: from 30s. to 40s.; old cows, from 15s. to 25s.
MR. PARKES' MEETINGS. (COMMUNICATED). [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906
MR. PARKES' MEETINGS. sjr (CoMMDNioAim) . Mr Partes, who is° aapi'ing for trn aicipal honors in opposition to th sitting oancillor (Cr Anstey) for the North Riding, addressei represent*-; tive gatherings of r&lt;tep. yera at Hill End aod Fomina on Tuesday laat, aod X^Howgroye on Wednesday. Candidate'waa well received in Inch respective centre, end was given a pati nt hearing. During his remarks lie stated that there were no burping questions of the day at issue, and as be was in the fi»-U bVore his opponent he bad not much g-onnd'towo/k-oo, and he would have preferred Cr Ansteyto have spoken first. The candidate told them that he was a reai 'ent of Trafal far and Moe Swamp, and had o-me for ward to contest the neat at the request of a number of ratepayers from tlut centre. He content! that Trafalgar had dot been fairly represented in the (&lt;ast, in proportion to their, population, xnd they were entitled io a resident representative, so that be conld give per sooat ...
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906
DISTRICT NEWS (FROM OCR CORRESPON moeT WrEatest advices: iiom our townsman, Mr P.'Larkln, state iliat ho arrived at - i London in bpluptal health, &lt;ifter a m 1 i nj n ltihwlffir ■"'d UJ(I ^cn" ing a reayflwFtHne at sight-seeing. The weatler delightful, remindio^uim of ilriTmuuth of Novem ber iiK^Moe to rol it*. the firaUjjM&n UOarkiv met aa lu» Wfc theJkpng flrfRmi nUauier and landed on-theTilDBry dopka was as old-time resident of Moe, iu the pejeon of M?"W. Joues^^Tbo'd hare thought it ? The. frijgds of " Old Bill/* the name he I wMFfemiharly knowjjby^liere, wil! jba ;>..., rpH.Jh d t > le*r.i li »' !»5 bctond the reach of want, baying rfiaae fl big haul m mining at Klondykjj;^ A tern pot «r} a 1 tint ^a diaftfc man) to the shire engineer (Mr L> fJ J Gallop) has been obtained. Thcio were about a dozen applicants for the posiii"n, the majority of whoul tu uo ili0n&lt;«ev>tu> work in their own offices hi^ cityoidgJ^ ^ Mr RuKJt ■Cantoll, a mem...
MARKET REPORTS. TRA[?]ALGAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906
MARKET REPORTS. . TRAgjpS&R STOOK SALE. j^Kessrs. JenmisfTjmtl Tdclnues i« j>ort, undeiv dateHRn Aug&lt;rf&t:—286 cattleyatied. .&lt;■-Anumbetrngoodd^y' cows were fon^trd au&lt;f sold ^t^mgh ratesiff Jowvl^uyerS. There -ws» also a/jJw^emand, for voting cattle, es pewjJ^/fteifers. Aftnost the .wiro&r wa^idisDOsed of. The folioir mg" ^Jnces ruled:—Milkers to £8 2», 6d.; forward^snfin gers from £5 5s. to. £7 loB.j^^te^ward cows from £4 10s.. to £6 108.; swinging heifers to £& 10s.; 2-year-oIaheifes to £3 10s., 18 months do., £2 18s ; yearling heifers ■ £2; do. steers, 30s.; heifer poddies from 25s. to 30s^n^ed sexes from 15s. to