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AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906

AUCTION REMINDERS. Hesare. Jennings and Jfclnnes. Trealgar stock Mies first an) third Saturdays iitfeacb mootbr Next sale—August 11. fern -1.il *wa » il ]>» i 1 rjfJ^ai BtcxA Safes second a»d third Saturdays meaclc. month. Nest sale—August 18. - feviR» Mat 'mv aai «'avii M rtock sales last A ednesday to each month, ^extrafe* —August 2JK Messrs. SfcewTj and Patterson. Tarragon \ * stock satesmozitlfl^.' Messrs. Adanaaoa. Strettle and ). Mel bourne stock salsa-a» ioUawv-N« mnarket, Tuesdara and Wechwdayn; Corporation_ ■„ - yards, Tb»r8dajB and Fridays. .

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRAGUL SOTCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906

RAGrUL .STOCK-SALE". i Messrs Skews and Patterson report having held their usual weekly market at their yard^Warragul, on Thursday last. la consequence of the weather the yarding jfas. small, and competi tion n^t as Tgood as last week. Good cows, however, are in excellent de mand. Very email yarding of pigs, and prices! improving. They quote as under: —"Pigs: backers 4b to 6s6d, slips 9s to 10s, storess 12 6d.to 16s, porkers 21s 6d to 25s. Cattle: Fat cows L5 2a 6d to L7, forward cows 14 to IA Ids, store-do, besfc,L3 5s to L3 10s, others L2 lGs to L2 15s, milkers and springers, best L7 to L8, second do L5 10s to L6 5a, others from L*>, heifers, newly calved, L5 to £«5 10s, do springers L5 5s to L5; 15s. A very nice Ayrshire, well-grown,;: close tip, made L9 5s, heifers, 2 years, L3 7b to L3 10s, a nice line of Ayrshire do, 18 months, L3 5s, ordinary do 45s to 55s, do, yearlings, 35s to 46s, good mixed poddies 20s 6d, do steers i 6e> steers, 18'months; 32s 6d to 35s, do, bad co...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906

DR* <5. W. SMITHWIC' "|J^ iOTca®eiicfl3 TRAFUCAB, J0& i-a^ - be Cks^lIW^ at Beeves' coffee • A \r ARB AC ON I TO& DAILY, from IX to 12 o'clock. 0; THORPDALE "Visited eveiy ITBIDAY> •at 2 p.p yOJjLWZNG APPOINTMENTS — S'lfeijwr House Sargeoa ;»*dMedical Snpenn tendeni bo BfiKjugb Graeral Accident Hoflprt«fi> LiYerpooL vs^DJOyflOttSte Surgeon flSyeand Earlnfirmary, Iwwpool - Clinical Assistant Skw Hospital CUmo.! AaeUtetnt WomffljB1 wad Children's ' Infirmity, IareipooL s fJ^a^Wt SorgeoftrEaBUsrn HoBpital, Liver ; *ooi * TiNURSE DAVIES, Victoria-street, WMRAGUL , (LCto Jfa Woods' residence) ►&TION FOR LADIES. J* A« .WILMOTH k SOU, SOUCITORS, '1UXBWE jutd TRAFALGAR \- Mr.fe. 'X ^Wilmoth Visits Trafalgar oo: " Third Saturday in each month. ' I ^Oowmiauinnera for .taking. Affidavits). ' La CARD.] 1 HOBEIBT KELLY, NU, Us«, ■nwmtrrR and Solicitor, UROctor and -Conveyancer* ■TRAFALGAR, MOE Evert Tuesday. .HA3RRY MOSS, registered ME\iBna MELBOURNE %A r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906

Financial. trust mon^y SKEWS andPATTERSOf have £14,000 to LEND on broad acres from i jer MOE SWAMP LANDS. • Wc hare a Large Amount of, money i"0 lend : On. the above Lands, at from A. MoLEAN" and CO., Traralgon-. V FARMERS. farmers, farmers. . If you want to J3izy a .'JPclt>77%^. If you want to Sell yovLT Farm. If you want a Z/Octn on your Fcltttl Professional Notices. fork is the modern method of replac sing teetli without the use of a plate. TO GET VOU'll TEETH TREATED WITH VNTEED FOR TEN YEARS. 20,000 REFERENCES FOR LAST TWO -YEARS. tone to the countenance. EEF1T A LOOSE PLATE, or make you a NEW SET OF TEETH 60 light, comfortable and wearable 'that their presence in (ho mouth is forgotten. Don't Ipt timidity be your enemy. Hare, your decayed mid annoying teeth, ex tracted and replaced by beautiful and useful substitutes. Shall it be "I will," or "I'll see?". The former leads to utiroate satisfaction, and the latter to loss and eventual regret. "We can transform a badly shaped ...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [All communications under this heading must be accompanied by the names and addresses of the writers, as a guarantee of good faith. Our columns are open for the discusion of public matters, but we do not necessarily coincide with the views expressed by correspondents.] BEET CULTURE. To the Editor of the News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906

i Correspondence. must be accompanied by the names and ad dresses of the writers,-as a guarantee of good faith. Our columns are open for the dincu* ion of public matters, but we <Io not .necess arily coincide with the views expressed by correspondents.] BEET CULrURE. To the Editor of tlie -News. | Sir—My attention has been drawn to a ^letter in your issue 'of the 2nd ! instant, from Mr. Murray, on the above subject. While I am pleased to learn that the farmers of your district are : sufficiently interested in the sugar beet , industry to criticise the Government ! proposals, I am aorfythat .the matter, as yet, appears to be incompletely understood. From the beet growers'- point of view the only question to be settled is, whether the prices of 16s.'per ton for beets (of 12% and- over of sugar) delivered at Mafffa will pay or not. If no margin of profit over the cost of production and delivery can vbe seen, then a farmer is unwise to go in for beet growing for factory purpo...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUGAR BEET. CULTIVATION OF SUGAR BEET. SOME OF THE PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE REVIVAL OF THE INDUSTRY. F. E. LEE, Agricultural Superintendent [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 August 1906

SlXxAR BEET CU TIVATIOH OF SUGAR BEETs some OF THE PROBLEMS AS -^geeuasiDwiTti the revival oFxHB~mDlJSTEY As public attention hap recently been drawn to the prospects d£ reviving the beet sugar industry fit Maffra, some details in connexion with- the agricul tural and associated problems involved will be of general interest. Until comparatively recently there has pre vailed such misconception of the history of the Maffra venture that the mere mention of the word "beet" -•was sufficient to exe|e the scorn and ridicule of the casual observer. After an interval of sevea^ years, many of the objeetions raised and . prejudices held by land-holders" in Nqrth Gippsland have passed away, , and it is now satisfactory to find that a genuine interest is. being manifested in the discussion of the liberal pro posals for-re-dpeni n gthe factory. The ; recent visit of the Minister for Agricu lture (Hon'. George Swinburne, M.L.A.l to Maffra elicited from the large at tendance of farmers who met him ...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXXI. Virgie Becomes a Nurse. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

CHAPTER XXXI. . Vlrgle Becomes a' Nurse. I Three cars of that night' train had been literally dashed in pieces, two more had been partially demolished, and only two baggkge cars iind the engine remained uninjured.' Twenty passengers had been killed outright, several were so '.badly in jured that their death was only a question ot time, and many wero crip pled for life. It was a shocking casualty, and even those who escaped unhurt tfeie' so badly shaken and so unnerved by the sight of the dead, the dying, arid the sufferings of the wounded> that they dropped exhausted and almost help less the moment the necessity far ac tion was over, and all who'could be removed, hatw. ~ The'aisaster had been caused By a broken rail on a bridge that spanned a small stream. The wrench and strain of the first car, as it was thrown from the track, had snapped the iron arch, the whole structure had then given away, aS'd' most of the train bad been precipitated into the meadow below, with the fearful ...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE LEVITSON CASE. To the Editor of the News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

CORRESPONDENCE. THE LEVITflON CASE. To the Editor of the News. ^; Sir,—I am iTimed sua* l-osneu lore Mahony and Danes iave been making statements at meetings, juid elsewhere, about my costs in the ac tion, with the view of creating a hos tile feeling agamat me. It niv infor mation be ccrie-t tiwu <nrnluot Jfi uot only unfair but improper. The cosfs < are to be taxed, so that ^rdiaafyde cency should have prevented in the meaotinje. ^ JPorc tbe-iffrftRtSwQil .*>.■; * i of *' l «u,MviTb in ilia f.'iirr, I umjp • lit* tint i.w vuwil wini h w hi uo1<r»J 10 «» WO aaouiited to iilxjiib 1^70, nifludiitf about LI-'J - outlay. " The' plaintiff's bili» bolwoctt piru iiul i ir'\ «. iuu to uuuiit WW, with an outlay of aboutL100 -les^ th^n^.^ mine ^Moreover, it- mast..fep wneffl' bered that T had about three toffiesas | TnuclTworlt as the other side had. ice. r above facts speak for themselves. It ^ 19, of course, -unfortunate. that the.MSGf... was lost, but wh...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

t/ABOR MARKET BEfO E i*li\ « Ia1> r A.gpiu v IbOBourk# * street, Melbourne, reports:*— E in nit, iIip pu-t week there ban been good demand for irrii it presenting all trades and 1 tlx r nnl, with continued Hts.i'i mable wrtiimu, the unemployed difficulty should soon l»e solved There * ; is a revival of the HAwimiling industry, and .1 ^ood Uvuutiid kr good im!l bands: carpentera andotherbuildinc operatives are wanted) alsoagricaUunu • -blacktiiiitlw md couples and clearersm good, u>|u4M't butchers and bakers in better demand/ - There :is still plenty of labor-rf˚- sa and employers orders at ra^n art soon filled. We ik'♦» nili"g wage as fi1 i lows:—Sawmill bands, benchmen :9s. j -. land 10s., engine drivers 7s. to 9s;; : - i pullers out, 7?. to Ss., bushmen and i bullock drivers, 7fl. to 7s„ 6d» per day... ; [Building trade—Caipatera «)*. f» I 10s., painters 6s. 1« f*a per d.ij. t Baking—Bakers, for- li »n'ls 43a. to [ 55s. per week, single tiuulb in country 25s. to...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXX. A Startling Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

CHAPTER XXX. A Startling -Discovery. It was a great relief to Virgie know that the Heaths were gone, tor now she would be perfectly free from all restraint and could go about much as she desired without the fe 6f encountering them. She remained a fortnight at t_, falls, visiting every place of interest in the vicinity, and :: making many beautiful Sketches. Then she turned | her face westward and northward, fol lowing the great, lakes, intending to see much of the scenery of Michigan I and Wisconsin before her season travel should end. She travelled 'very leisurely, ne hurrying from place'to. place, for i strove to get all the enjoyment pos sible out of her -tours, both for her Belf and her lltle girl, who was ne happier than when journeying in t easy way. But one© they were obliged- tq^rcisteJ. all night. It was h< £ often that vir-T gie would allow here §f to do this, for they could not rest *£11 upon the cars, but in this instance'it seemed to be ¥ danger or of the ter...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Virgie's Inheritance CHAPTER XXIX.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

Virgie's Inheritance. * By Mrs. Q. SHELDON, Authoress of Two Kovb ' Dorothj 8 Jptve>a." KQD9, or The Secret of a Boyml Mirror" Imogen's Intrigue*" etc. ■ CHAPTER XXiX--<-ontlinml JVU are ,«u still playing to se&-r, ^ cltaed; to be very frtendty." Im, VIrgie is a very nice girl • 3 with/' returned Master ^^impumcnt «LruBpriasr„r^ad<i *> >« «>e little Elrt-rob her ...SSerSKC mothcr' "■ yo,cc ."No; she made me t hare J&S&Fs*-*; when she, was a little _ baby—he was drownded" Drowned, yon mean, Willie,'" cor v B!«ted the lady, "tow aad' hut per isHaps yon ought not to talk about It >- dear," She added tenderly, as she tr Sent forward and softly stroked Vlr / Ijo'l glossy .air with her jewelled There were tears in her eyes as f «fe «"<», ». and though Vtrgie, in her Stdtag place behind the draperies, dould not see these, she could hear the slight tremulouaness in her tones, Jffld she knew thit she was a tend er-hearte...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
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[?]STRICT NEWS. [?] OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

TRIOT NEWS. OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) NARRACAN. — iifciatiozj.V Gunner, after deoWia^^V Bro' "Wgratajateii < the^embere * T?' ^>d»JLib gM «*£■ f^xdi Narracan f~_ „i • wHWMi-' ,., —-„ M.^rwfSt- > n'slit the timber' itwas^ iSosrSln™'hi'nJ° «*> tie/io«e, leadZ R^,0asib1'"0 acted y! torch arhnteL i.„ Mllnro &d, and Bro. H. PbrsytTSffi? i the rear m oase anvim. f«n . unnoticed. BowrT 3S 1 °,U pabhe hull, Sa\ ri®^s-fflSir»1v . ABBOB DAY. ^3?'s «S2S£sJ=sss tloaa Oi the „o»-his™,j.T" ^"""Voccup. wore W.J..WJ wiM t|f- JJ1''" were being olmsted u » ,. PlD® «nd tbe iiJ-vearviM. - i 081 ^,<B *nd darlr, ^n."o.^,r".::y.r ,j "treet, wbieh now towjt 25* Euclid ■Iwde and shelter,'ind whowVvli^c' doi/D« t»st the »onn„ .ju^ .. iT, j ®3 orauebeg tice. ^ ' •* •* ba<" «■<* »wi; g ptBc. Wm] flwrjlion f,« . Wo«"0<,W ''! ft»"»?SC*lf'<h»di SST"^ "1 iwwr* ^"^SifSS&.SsA, W3T& * good four TiwiUSt jSS wf'gg"'8, l",i"s ^...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

WARRA.GUL StOOK SALE. . Messrs Skews and Patterson report having held their usual weekly market at their yards, Warragul, on Thursday last There was a good yarding of rtock, and buyers for good Block were plentiful. •Ihe market remains about equal to late quotations. They quote as under :-Pigs Suckers, 4s to 6a 6d; slips, 10s 6d to 12a Od ; good stores, lis 6d' to 27a 6d ; sows, 52a ; porters, 20s to 29a. Cattle—Forward cows, M 9a to £5 ; store do., *3 ,5s to £3 15a ; others, from 60s ; milkers and springers, best, £7 to£8;'secoiid do., £5 lOs to L6"&b; others, from LA 10* ; springing heifers, best, L6 to L7 (these were extra good); others, LI L4 15s to L5 5b ; small and poor, from 70s ; three pure Ayrshire heifers, close op, owned. byMrH.R. Rogers, made L10 12s 6d per head, the buyer, being H. Fowles, of Neerlrn South > heifers, 2yra, L3 to L3 10s ; do. year* lings, 40s to 45s ; do. poddies, 22s to 26s ; others, from 18s ; ft line of well-bred heifers, from Mr H. Smith, ...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
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ELEG[?] [?]TTERS CR. ANS[?] AND MR. CAMPBELL AT TRAFALGAR. NORHT RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

ELEC .ITERS '-Si. CR. ANffiY AND. MR. GSMPBEtlJ fat 'i jukaujar. „ • jf-'fe&ovL.m' Riui&aN^' • • ypk. fairhumber.of ratepay ots assenv I bled at the irafalgar public ball on i I uesday ^vening to hear the view&of | Or. Ansty on municipal, mattersjjiout those who, expected to gather iijgrina tion were/ Badly disappointed, "as his "speech" 'was totally barreo of anyth ing in that direction. He threw no .light on any subject whatever, and his remarks were prosy and wearisome. Ia reply to questions, he said £400 more had been spent at the west than at the east end of the Swamp, but afterwards admitted that it was only £200. He didn't know exactly how the amount was madeup. He believed in' reciprocity between Trafalgar and Moe in connection with a certain con tract. He supported the expensive sanitary service, but didn't think it would inflict harships on certain rate payers. If the Willowgrove-Trafalgar road was the natural outlet for the people north of the Swam...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

MARK^i REPORTS. -raatALGAi. SI ,ri{ SAIJS. Messrs, .Jennings and Mclnlies im port, under dote ISth August—3W cattle yarded, all csasses being well represented. Die demand for milkers was not so keen, while,spnngeis, fats and stores Bold "Sit high rates. "Only a few head were unfold. The' follow ing prices ruled:—Milkens £5 15s.. (a £t7 5s., springers from £5 10s> to £8 backward «iws from £5, springing heifers £i 10s. to £6 5k,-fat uows to £6 10s., 18-raonths heifers 47s., 2-veai" old do. 55s., 18-months steers 60s., 3-year-old do. £4 10s., yearling,steers, and heifers'SOs. to 35a., few podd from 15 s.

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEST RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

WEST RIDING. X Jf After the tedious addressAif Or. Anstey the audiencfl^found it. quite refreshing to listen to the breezy and eneratic speech of Mr. J. Campbell-^ , He referred to his long experience w i the council, and to his thorough! knowledge _of the shire. ^He <nad: feiven a treat.deal of his time to the ratepayers,-and his first consideration bad always been their interests. In connection with the recent disastrous law case, he strongly defended his own action in the matter, and with equal emphasis declared chat Or. Davies was mainly responsible for the trouble. At the close of his address he answered a number of questions to the satisfac tion of his hearers, and was frequent ly applauded. Cr. Brannisiao occupied the.,chair mwai*-* - .... Sr

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
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[?]AFALGAR PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

TB&falgak pig >iark:eI»; eniung9.an4 Mclmass report 18th AugQst:—4§pSg8 were • •' " V SOs., Messrs. Adamson, Strefctle and report under date 16th August:— 1950 pigs yarded. Stores.—-Owing to the p.'-esence of country buyers the demand was active at slightly improved rates. Extra strong, suitable for. killing, 10b. to 20s.: good fattening sorts, 10a. to 14s.; slips and suckers, 4s. to 9s. ' Porkees were fairly well supplied, the bulk consisting of roogh sorts, very few choice quality pens, being yarded. • Competition was- brisk throughout at advanced prices, heavy weights realizing from 32s. to 35s.; prime medium, 27s. to 30s.; prime light, from 24s. Baoon Pxas.—There was a full sup ply in this class, and. aa withjxjrkers. the greater proportion .consisted of rough quality- sorters-Extra prune and eighty, 57a. to 64s.; prime. heavy, ms medium: 43s. to m 38s. few prime and ■ ocoer aescnp ggular._^.Bxif5^ tat £5 7s. 6d , and me; rfully lafc h *•*'«* few,' mm 8*d*dozen- .frta...

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To Avoid Loyers' Quarrels. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 August 1906

To Avoid Loyers' Quarrels. Shun them as you would the small pox, "flee from them as you would from some deadly cobra; forget about the joys of making up; remember the ■ older story of the fox without a taili The longer you can keep from quar relling, the less likely you will be to start. Every impulse which passes through the brain makes a path for similar impulses to quarrel—first a bridle track, then a lane, last a high way. That, is why the little tiff grows in to a misunderstanding, and the misun derstanding into a real ugly quarrel, and every time one or other of the. pair Is put out the angry words come more glibly. It's absurd, when you come to think of it, how. very easy it is to find ihings to quarrel about. You on-' ly need-to be a little aett-oplniated, a. trifle yain, not very sympathetic, and you eft# get up a real old row over the merest trifle. But it's very undignified to quar rel. Anger generally makes people go red in the face, and it always makes them feel very 11...

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