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DEATH-BED REPENTANCE [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

I |}iSATH-BED REPENTANCE, BY I'ASXOI! 11USSBM,. Text-"Verily, I *.,y ll;,|n t1lA" shalt lie with mi in I'.umliM'" Tt ni v xxiii., «.). ' ' icir of Ili« .M.iuinr's w,j],;.nv ,,, M iiiii>;mdcrsUt<itl :n I'r.U Irxi. ,,?"l ilei'standings have imulmvil f" v fluiuigi: ol win. Tiic i11(1 uencc uf tin,; i, .\t ii. , created liy tin: Nii^triptur.il tii^i'iV'tlnf tile dying sinner to overliv,!,'. tot '.lire. -J'lwivlii.ft- fioj,,-- i,ir t mo loins fieui up lii- i( the ii.iriiitive or tlif tlii.-f, mill In",,,' 'tli.vi tile <le;urte:I rnic a:.. n-'inY.l i ui ii-iiciii.uii'1- .-:iiii -.iwiw. |"| ,IV|, I,,; straightway was <nmnl w> IVra i:Th,'. al^Md/ly of iJtl> |L>{,» out t*v the mmgbn.i hope f,>; the deceased. Nell do I p-im-mlK-i n»n.lu.-t.v. . a uinc-' tiU service whirh wa< iuterrup:».d by th«r »vaits o] the widow. Urr 'm-I^ad. sboJ by an .w-a;sin s bullet iti a. ilwi lu: mininy reg.on, had died a Member of i._» church, and ly no mea...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

This House from £135. If so, Then Don't come to a FINAL Decision About Your New Cottage before Consulting Me. 0. F. L. ANDERSON Trafalgar Timber Yards B.S.A. Bicycles From £10. Upwards. All Duplicate Parts Kept in Stock. Local Agent for the Scottish Union and Nat ional Fire and Accident Insurance Company. Carting' of all Descriptions At Moderate Rates Satisfaction Promptness And Despatch Assured T. LESLIE - General Carrier, Etc Has purchased the Carrying and General Livery Business lately conducted by MrJAS. KENNY. A TRIAL SOLICITED "'There's Nothing like Leather" -Except the Fine Leather and Skilful Workmanship uied in the Saddle;, Harneii, and .ther requisites supplied by The Trafalgar Saddlery w- s LANGDON (Late of Melbourne). HAS established An Effective System of Receiving and Trans mitting Orders by POST anil RAIL. CnBtomora - DON'T HESITATE. Satisfaction As sured. The Shop has been specially fitted np to to cater for ' all Local and District Require ments at Guaranteed Mel bo...

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THE ONLY WAY HOME RULE PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

THE ONLY WAY j HOME RULB PROBLEM. Two notable speeches by Sir Edward -Carson and the Prime Minister have bronght ihU solution perceptibly ..nearer. Both are regarded us of the highest importance, and "The Times" says th u "Public Opinion Is undoubtedly rig it in hailing Mr Aaquith's speech at Man chester as a notable landmark In t'.ie Home Rule controversy." HOPEFUL DECLARATIONS. ?Sir Edward Carson, having- laid down certain preliminary conditions to any settlement, the Prime Minister, at Man chester, said: "I don't find anything in anv of the n with which in principle I should bo dis posed to quarrel. "I regard those declarations, com ing from the quarter from which thev do, as a significant and hopeful feature of the situation, and I cannot but ex press a belief, and moro than a belli f, an expectation, that discussion, freelv and frankly carried on on the liniM which I myself Indicated at L-advbank on the one hand and on tho lines whl. h Sir Edward Carson Indicated in his Manches...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

Special Announcement 5>. yc)uiuoa ^^_WAERAGUL. _^a=>^ /\WING to increased Railway Facilities we are V now doing a Steadily increasing business in Your District and Neighborhood, and Gus . tomers will find it very much to their advan to send their orders to us WHY? "BECAUSE our prices are much 1 Lower. Even legs than Mel bourne when Freight added. BECAUSE of Greater Variety, Larger Stocks, iDirect Importations from Manufacturers, Seasonable. Novelties. Up-to-date Goods all the Year Round IF You want Anything from a Needle to an Anchor, Send us a Trial Order. We Gnnrantoe You will be pleased and become a Kegnlar ? 1 Customer. Drapers. Grocers, Ironmongers, Wine & Spirit Merchants Central Emporium, Warragul. Millar-Wade Automatic Milker. -7 V?/;rsy& v <. The Last Word in Milk ing Machines. Revolutionises work in tlio cow yard. 0;in In' carried in the p(>cket. Marvellous in its simplicity. Requires no expert knowledge in order to work it. A Boy of Twe...

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ELOPEMENT MYSTERY [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

ELOPEMENT MYSTERY There has been a remarkable suuuol to a romantic runaway wedding at Paxton, just over the Scottish border in BerwlcUsrlro (says the "Dally Ex press" on November 14). Two months ago the brido disap peared from her home in England, and this week her father visited Berwick and interviewed the driver who drove the runaway couple over the bordor, where they declared themselves man and wife before witnesses by tho road side. The bride then wont homo to her parents and told them sho had been married in Scotland, but did not disclose tho name of her husband. She stayed a fortnight with her par ents, and then left, and they havo not heard of her since. The father described to the drlvor a man whom ho thought might be tho bridegroom, but tho description did not correspond to tho actual bridegroom. Inquiries were also mado at Berwick railway station if there wore any Ini tials on the young couple's luggage, but no light could bo thrown on tho matter there, and tho father had ...

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OUT IN THE SNOW [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

OUT IN THE SNOW ' Mrs Harriot Beatrice Emory, of Sut I ton Coldficld, obtained a divorce yes i terday from her husband, Charles Hol land Emory son of a Birmingham al derman and metal manufacturer (re ports the "Dally News" of November 28). Counsel said that Mrs Emery, who was the daughter of a Birmingham brewer, had about £400 a year of her own when she was married in 1905. The husband was employed in his fa ther's ofllce, and was also a- horse dealer. He took to drinking, staying out late at night, and his conduct be came violent. In January, 1907, Mrs Emery, re turning from a whist drive with her brother and his Hanece, was kept out In tlie snow for half an hour, her hus band having given Instructions for the door not to be opened. Finally he let them in, but he was so violent that the young lady visitor became hysteri cal. Later the husband several times threatened to shoot his wife, aud once kicked her out of bed. Ultimately she was forced to leave him, and ha went to West Austr...

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ARMS BY STEALTH CUSTOMS EVADED. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

ARMS BY STEALTH CUSTOMS EVADED. The arming of Ulster has boon going on quietly for the last live years. At first the rifles purchased woro part of a largo number originally made for tho Italian Army, but never actually put into service owing to tho decision to adopt an Improved type. These Italian rifles (writes Mr U. Montague Smith In "The Daily Mail'' of Decem ber 6), of which about 25,000 woro purchased for Ulster, are not so pre cise as the modern service weapon, being long in the barrel, with an un usually largo bore and a high trajec tory. Nevertheless they nro very deadly weapons, shooting accurately at a distance of 1500 yards. Each rifle has a clip holding livo cartridges. Theso rifles were bought In Ham burg, and shipped from thero to Dun? dee. Lelth, Newcastle, and West Hartlepool. At one or other of thoao ports they were transhipped to a boat bound for Belfast, often consigned as hardware, electrical equipment, or even pianos. These operations woro carried out with great...

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NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

NARRACAN. From Our Correspondent. Afler a lapse ol ovi-r twelve monliiB the Isurruciiu tennis playt'id are ayiiiti t In; |>roud pos-sesi-ors of 11 OuW cuiul, and thu IijUQ looked lor nncnlng look place on Thursday afternoon last in th'; presence of a large gat hoi uig of players and repre sentatives liom neighbouring clubs, uiul also visiting player.-) from .Mel bourne. Thu president of the clnb, Mr A J. Forsyth, during the course ol a short and appropriate i-peech leviuwod tho history of the club, and stated that Air Samuel Whito ivlio was one of tho (Iest vice-presidents 18 years ago, was still an enthusiastic supporter of tho club, and in concluding expres sed the pleasure ot the members at seeing so many visitors present. Mr iihaclileton on uuhnlf ot tho visitors thanked tho jNarracan club lor tho manner in which they had been trea ted and wished tho members every success. Tho good things provided by the ladies were as usual in evi dence and the festivities were conclu ded wi...

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THORPDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

THOftPDALE. On Friday evening, the locil D.-a matic society, under the auspices of the I.O.R, successfully produced the popular drama, entitled Diclt Wit ington, in the local Mechanics' Inst itute, to a full and appreciative house. The unmistakably enthusi astic character of I he appreci ation may be Ranged by the fact that the society has b -en reij le.ted to re peat the performance, which they will do nt an early date. The violin and piano solos that were rendered by Miss Madge a:ul Mr Lionel Hart ne!t, were particularly* enjoyable. Tin; Misses Price nnd Wils.m iin',| Messrs W, Rodda mid L. Wilson were splendid in (hair respective parts, while the whole of the porforuiei-s ilistinjjuiuln.l tliomjolvoB individually.

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MEXICAN ELECTIONS VOID [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

MEXICAN ELECTIONS Affairs in Mexico are still in a state of clinos, ami matters have not been improved '>>* Congress annulling the re cent Presidential elections and fixing new ones for July next (says "Lloyd's IWeekly," of December 14). A telegram from Presidio, Texas, says:-Fortifications have been hur riedly thrown up round Oriiutga in the expectation that 3500 rebels, under Generals Ilerrera and Urbina, will at tack that place in a few days. A telegram to "The New York Times," dated from Marfa on "Wednesday, gives a graphic account of the arrival of the Federal refugees from Chihuahua. It says: "A gaunt figure General Orozco, half fell from his horse yesterday evening, and collapsed to the ground at the Fed eral headquarters at Orinaga. lie had been riding night and day since Sun day in the effort to keep the irregular forces from bolting. He was compelled to leave the Chihuahua civilians at the mercy of the rebels, who were pressing the Federal rearguard, their Mausers ba...

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GIRL DRUGGED [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

GIRL DRUGGED - A now method practised by while .slavers to seeure victims Is believed to have been discovered by the police of Newark, New Jersey (says the New York correspondent of "The Dally Ex press" of December G). It is alleged that they inject opiates Into attractive girls during the darkness in moving picture theatres, and then pose as rela tives ami carry them off. This system has been brought to light by the arrest last night, at o.* cinema palace at Newark of Arnuind Megaro, a South American employed as a chemist's assistant. Megaro was committed for trial to-day, £-1000 bail being required, after Mrs. Marjorle. Graff, the bride of two weeks of a Newark civil engineer, had told her story in court. Mrs. Graff said that she occupied a seat in a box, anil that Megaro entered her box from another, and took a seat beside her. Suddenly she experi enced a pricking sensation in her wrist, and In a few moments she folt III and faint, and went to the ladles' parlor, whero an attenda...

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ORANGE BLOSSOMS. WATSON—KING [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. WATSON- KING Tim marriage of Miss Alice Evelyn Watson, second datii'litfi- of tho Uto Mr P. W. Watson mid Mrs Watpon of "Fornridge," .Moo, and Mr A. E. JCijiij. fourth son of Mrnnd Mrs F. King or Thorprt'ilf1, was cele brated at I ho holy Trinity Church of Kngland, Moe, on January 21et by the Church of England minister from Morwoll. jissislciJ In- Mr Rack honsti from Thorpdnle. Th<- bride, will! wsi* uiviMi awny by hvr 1 rOlber, Mr W. J. M !i(.-*i>n, woii' ;i li-.v iilfciu-^ i>owii nf oicim' silk- trimmed with silk lace and >illc n;>;>h\jiie, a nl al?o wore the orthodox wreath and veil. The bridal bouquet wa« composed J of dahlias and asparagus fern, with | ribbon streamers. Miss ICmir.i Wat. son and Miss Islsio Watson (sisters [of the bride) and Mi.-s Kin" only | sister of the liridoprnom, v.ere t.ha I bridesninids. Tho two elder brides maids -were gowned in cieam gilt trimmed with luce and silk braid, while the latter wore an embroi dered...

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POOR GENTILITY [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

POOR GENTILITY The "Daily Telegraph" published a short communication from a corres pondent, statin*? that his daughter found difficulty in arranging for a suffi cient supply to a business linn of knit tins and orochct work done nt home. It received close on 300 letters ask ing for employment or for further in formation. and many more were de livered in the course of the day. These letters came from all parts of England. Ijondon was , of course, largely represented, but the great North and "West of England towns, many of our best-known watering places and quiet villages in many counties sent a substantial contingent. Hundreds of witnesses have here filed their evidence of eagerness to grasp at a possible addition of a few shillings a week to their incomes. Few show traces of the "pin-money" spirit; many, on the other hand, have clearly a fight to make both ends meet. Who are these women? Their writing and notcpaper give an unmistakable and pathetic answer. By far the greatest number,...

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CONVICT SNOBS [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

CONVICT SNOBS There has been a movement for I separate tables at meals among the I convicts at the prison "110101" at Camp | llill, Isle of Wight, whore an attempt is made to reform convicts bv special privileges (says the "Daily Mail"). Meal times at Camp IIlll are social functions which the warders are not permitted to disturb. These old, habitual criminals, who have been granted many comforts by the autho rities, have after-dinner chats which aro often of a strictly conildential nature. Lately a distinct "caste" feeling has sprung up. The more notorious men have formed a clique. They decline to discuss subjects with men of less repute. Apart from this purely pro fessional jealousy, there aro sharp cleavages of opinion, religious, moral, and political, which have been so marked that further controversy on gentlemanly lines is out of the ques tion. The result is that things have not been so happy as formerly at the long tables in the dinlngroom, Several men have the habit of leanin...

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The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

The Great Montamor Case. By ALICE M. DIICKL, j Authoress of "Tho Knave of Hearts," CHAl'TKIt III. England-in all the glorious greenery of a sunny May. Tlio Grange, as the Into General lialldare's old-fashioned country houso in a honio county -was called, wad ablaze with earlv roses, I lvJiieh climbed over the wide lattices of ' tho lower storey of the .south frontage, I to festoon themselves about the white j curtained dormer windows of the low- I coiled bed-chambers. . An atmosphere of peace lingered ' about the square lawns and straight, ! gravelled walks with their pergolas of thick-foliaged creepers, beyond which was an old, low wall, where a peacock perched and spread his tail in {he sun shine, a peahen meekly ambling on the prnss at his feet. Hut within the house, in tho old-world boudoir, tho mom sac rcd to its mistress, the late General's only daughter, there was no sign of the restfulness without. A beautiful woman-dark, stately was pacing the floor, watch in hand, with wid...

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LICENSING BILL DEMANDED TEMPERANCE PARTY'S MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

LICENSING BILL DEMANDED TI3MPERANCB PARTY'S MANI FESTO. A licensing reform Bill for Kngland and Wales is urgently demanded by tho United Kingdom Alliance, and In furthcrnncc of that demand a mani festo was issued from headquarters by tho president, Mr Lelf Jones, M.P., according to "The Dally Nowa." The doenment impresses upon all who sym pathise with the cause of temperance the vital Importance of straightway using every scrap of influenco ' they possess to bring home to Parliament and to the Government the intensity of the demand for reform legislation. '"There is danger," proceeds the mani festo, "lest because we have been pa tient wo should be supposed to he in different as to when the Government will proceed to fulfil the reiterated pledges ilium this question. Nothing could be further from the truth. We havo been patient only because we have relied upon pledges too explicit to be misunderstood or to be broken. "The introduction of a comprehensive temperance measure Into the Ho...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

CHAl'TKIl IV. Jit' leant back and gazed at 3ier wondoringly. Ho had not been able to understand Gwendolen's virulent oppo sition from tho first to tlio claimant from tho Antipodes. lie could not un derstand it now. Hut then Gwendolen had novor been understood hy anyone, llor sphinx-like personality had subju j gated him, as well as her beauty and . ! charm of mind and body. I Von must see him, dearest, before I you make up your mind-von will ro- | [cognise him-i assure you you will. ' 1 And that will set everything right. He 1 , remembers you. It was just by his do- . tails connected with you that I felt ho was Robert; he could not lie any- j ouo else. What is the matter? My ? love, what is itV" he suddenly cried, j for Gwendolen seemed to whiten and i stiffen, clasping the carved arms of tho old ell)ow chair-a look' as of one ly ing, blanched and contracted her fea tures. | "Ho dared-romanco about me?" ! she hoarsely Jisked. { "My dearest, it is just that-he was not romancing, he r...

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IN A LONDON WORKHOUSE CRUELTY AND NEGLECT [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

IN A LONDON WORKHOUSE j CRUKLTY AND NIOGUiCT 1 do not want anyone to think that my present abode is a. place of uni form harshness and cruelty. On the other hand-setting aside the casual ward, which i.s one of the worst in the metropolitan area- niy present abode lias a particularly good name for leniency and fair treatment. My contention from the general is this, that cases of cruelty and neglect do happen, and always will happen in institutions of this kind while in mates have no audible voice and no impartial judgment on their griev ances. . . . 1 shall take for the special purposes of my article a circumstance which happened some time ago. Of parallel circumstances 1 have a good and vari ous collection, hut this one is chosen on account of its incontestable accu racy of detail, and because It covers ground which otherwise I should have to traco separately. The facts are these: A man whom I will call H. was admitted to the In tirmary attached 10 this workhouse suffering from a ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

Bernard Michael Auctioneer and F'arm Salesmen Railway Corner, TRAFALGAR IIkau OFFICB 45 Qukkn Stkkp.T, And at liUNYii' and DANUK.NONG. Agents and Correspondents through out the State. Money to lend on Farm Lands Freehold and Leasehold at LOWEST CURRENT RATES. All loans cheaply and promptly ar ranged. My roprescntativo, MR A- H. Smkthurst, attonds at Trafalgar on tho 1st and i grd Saturday in ouch month, and by ap | pointmcnt I I'rivato addrcBB ... ... BUNYIP Adamson Strettle & Go (Proprietary Limited) WTOTHAN HORSE BAZA.AU, 396 BOUKKE STREET. Hold Sales as undor. AT NEWMARKET SHEEP-Tuesdays, CATTLE, Wednesdays. AT CORPORATION MARKET] PIGS & CALVES-Wednesday & Thursdays. DAIRY & STORE CATTLE-Fridays, HORSES.-At our Bazaar-Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays. W. ATKIN, Yarragon, & J. D. HEY WOOD. Trafalgar FORWARDING AGENTS, PIGS I THE UNDERSIGNED, will consign a truck of Pigs to Messrs Adamson Strettlo and Co., Melbourne, or. Tues daj FEB 17 Pigs ...

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 6 February 1914

CfTAl'TKIt V. The London season was in full swing. Carriages and motors thronged the parks, which wore still green with tho rich foliace and growing turf of leafy , June, brilliant hero and there -with n , bods of blooms. Dinners, dances. bulls and receptions wore tho constant ac- | companiments to tho great events- | the Co"rts and Court, balls. I Gwendolen. ratoluMv determined to fact' the world, to go through tho fash- j ionalAe season, enduring tho gossip occasioned by tho sudden appearance of tho sii| posedly defunct yeir vn th> Montomor earldom, and his recogni tion by his mother, and pursuing her ; part of tru*,,) sp»nkor to th * l»it^«»r en-i 1 When left alono in tho world she had rented a tiny bouse in Mayfair for the ' months she spent in town, where her old governess. Miss Durnford, played chaperon as far as Gwendolen consid- j ored a single woman with the twenties , behind her needed a duenna. Tt was an exquisitely appointed menage; the ; small rooms so carefully furn...

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