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MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR CATTLE SALES. Messrs. "Mathieson and Davis held their monthly cattle stile at ""Trafalgar last Saturday. There was a moderately good yarding of mixed stock, and a fair attendance of buyers. The follow ing were the prices realised:—Milkers to £7, store cows £4 15a £5 os, yearl in&heifers to £2 17s 6d, poddies w :20s, draught £27, old hack £4 lD&y The above firm will hold their next sale at Moe on the 27th inst. Several choice allotments of land for sale in Trafalgar. Full phrticulars at this office. Important to business people. If you want your business to -jncrease, advertise in this pa'i*en Bbr good printing at reasonable 'prices, try this
TO OUR NUMEROUS PATRONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
TO OUR NUMEROUS PATRONS. I We desire to ntmounc© that a Complete Plant, consisting of entirely New Material, has just been imported direct from Loudon for the office of this journal. Everything lias been carefully selected by an experienced printer, and ia thoroughly up-to-date. The proprietary can therefore Guarnutee Satisfaction in oil elassea of Job Printing. Not only tlie Quality of our work, but also our Prices, will compare favoribly with any other office in Gippslaud. yfc encouraging your local paper you promote the welfare of the district, aud1 thus further your own interests.
FARM AMD DAIRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
FARM AMD DAIRY NOTES. At a meeting of the Wholesale Milk Producers' Association held in Mel bourne last week, it was unanimously decided to raise the price of milk (start ing from Inst Monday;, owing to "the high price oi dairy cattle and the dry ness of the season." A contributor to one of the English reviews writes exhaustively on the economic renaissance which, is taking place among the peasant fanners of Italy, which with the "small holding in isolation" is becoming "the small holding in association." as it is in France, Germany, Denmark and Ire land. By co-operation tEey are rapid ly transforming their condition, and throughout whole provinces the peas ant has never been more prosperous than now. They buy what they want in quantities at wholesale prices, cul tivate their land with improved imple ments, according to scientific methods, and sell their produce in the best markets. Co-operative dairies are now numbered by hundreds, and in some places these have increased the income...
COALVILIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
COALVILIE, :C. Mr Burke, the head teacher of the Coalville State School, had tbonghltull? pro vided a number of useful toys as "prizes for the children's raccs, while for the elder ones a collection was made on the ground. Races and games wove kept merrily going all thf afternoon, fhe ladies of Coalville catered 'or the wants of the inner man on their usual liberal scaleJ^nongst those who ably a ' ■, Haklen, Ho; Jlisse« Asllton and David,"and-Messrs Burke, Igbe,,Mansfield, Horsnell, A. David, and A. Cook. During the afternoon a tennis match was played" between teams representing theCoal ville and Narracan Tennis Clubs, whieh.after >» very enjoyable game, resulted in an easv win for the visitors. In the evening a concert in aid of the local tennis club was held in the Wesleyau Church. There was an excellent attendance, and the programme presented was a cat above the ordinary run of couutry concert. The singing of Mr« Burke, in par ticular, was highly appreciated- by the audience. ...
TANJIL SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
X tanjil south. A correspondent at Taajil South •writes us as follows:—" I was present at a social lwld at Willowgrove a few evenings since, and.I was really dis gusted at the manner in which some of the male dancers turned thftce part ners in the set dances, nearly swinging the ladies off their feet. It is evident to dancers who have been " taught" the art of terpsichore that the above individuals' have more knowledge of going through a " cor robboree than the etiquette of up-to date-dancing. These individuals take hold of their lady partners as if they were a side oi beef, instead of the delicate frame of a young girl, Again they neither dance to music or time, anu go through the dances as if , they were taking part in a >- r Kangaroo dance. The masters of ceremonies, as a rule have, voices like a fog-horn, and make the ball-room hideous by the manner in which they bellow out the names of the respective diwicea and the instruction to dancers. 1 maintain it is no part of the dut...
MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
MOE. A novel and unpleasant experience was that passed through by Miss E. Sclimidt and a lady visitor on Wednes day last. They were at the time driving into Moe, aud, when travelling at a good rate, one of the front wheels' of the buggy flew off. Fortunately neither of the -dadies were unseated, remaining in the vehicle, with the axle dragging along the ground, until it was brought to a standstill, some dis tance further along the road. On Sunday last service of public baptism was conducted by the Rev. C. W. T. Rogers at Holy Trinity Church of England, Moe, two infants-^-the children of Mr and Mrs Clayton — being baptised. We wish the young sters long life and prosperity. There will be no service at the church on Sunday morning next. A lad named Bloxom, in the employ of Mr J.(MujMmna, was attacked in a vicious mam^Rj^uhorse on Monday, 4th. He wjB^B^JJhr'ther horse at the timerf^when the animal in question msfe at him, and rearing, struck the jyoung fellow a, heavy blow on the * ches...
FRUIT AS MEDICINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
FRtJIT AS MEDICINE. In past ages instinct has taught men 1 to eat apple sauce with roast ducks. But to-day science tells them why they did it—simply be cause the acids and peptones in the fruit assisted in digesting the fats so abundant in this kind of food. For the same reason at the end of a heavy meal we eat our cooked fruits-, -and when we want their digestive action - more developed we take them after dinner in their natural uncooked state for' dessert. Science also tells us that fruit should be eaten as an aid to di gestion of other foods much more than Cultivated fruits, such as apples, gears, plums, peaches, grapes, Btraw erries, and cherries, contain on an analysis very similar proportions of the same ingredients, wnicn are about i per cent, of flesh-forming albumin oids, with,over eighty per cent, of wa ter. Digestion depends upon the action of pepsin in the stomach. Fats are digested by these acids and the bile from the liver.
SHADY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
SHADY CREEK. There was a good attendance at the sports, which took place on Easter Monday. Everything passed without a single hitch to mar the enjoyment of the day's outing. Following are the results ;—Maiden Plate—T. Goode 1; E. Dell 2. Sheffield Handicap—J .Turn bull 1, A. Smith 2. High-jump for Horses- W. ReiUy's Happy Jack and 8. Williams Lady divided. Men's, High Jump~A. Doherty, 5ft 3in., 1 ; J. Kees, 2. Tilting sit Rin^r—J. Lamont, 1; H. Liebehenscliel. 2. Han dicap Chopping Matcn—R. Redman, 1 ; J. Sharpies, 2. Very keenly con tested- Quoits—Messrs G. Nicholson and ''I. Hasthorpe, 14 and 16yds re spectively.
THE EMPTY CRADLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
THE EMPTY CRADLE. ' I was called oil once to sell by auc tion a lot of household furniture be longing to a man and his wife Who had been married four or five years. All I knew about it was that a death', somewhere necessitated their removal from my town, and as they had no money, they were compelled to sell their effects to get enough to move otL Well, I was having some fun in my young and foolish way, guying, ana» bantering, and making brilliant and witty side remarks on the articles aa they came under the hammer," said an auctioneer. "After I had dispose*! of a lot of, Btuff, a cradle was put up. There were several young men of my acquaintance in the crowd, and l smiled at them as I turned the cradle around, and began to rock it, hum ming a lullaby as I did so. 'Empty is/ the cradle, baby's gone,' I said, and was going on to say something else to tet a laugh, when I happened to look own into the face of a woman close to the platform on which I was stand ing. She was dressed in fad...
POTATO BOOM. POTATOES, £17,000 PER CWT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
PiTATO BOOM. POTATOES, £17,000 PER CWT. | A potato boom is in full operation in Great Britain. It originated in the success which has been attained by Mr. A. Findlav, of Markinch, Scotland, in raising new varieties of potatoes of great merit as disease resisters and heavy croppers. His lastest produc tion is named Eldorado. He does not intend to send it out till the spring of 1905. Its price is to be. £3/3/ per lb., or £7,000 per ton. A few pounds, however, got on to the market, and and were bought up at £150 per lb. by an enterprising linn of seedsmen, and immediately retailed Out at £169 per lb., or at the rate of Q^er £17,000 P Find lay bewail his work nf breeding new varieties 'of potatoes in 1S80. He was struck Mrifih the won derful results which had been-attained by the breeders of Shorthorn cattle, and concluded that the game care in selection and breeding potato plants would give new varieties^.o[ vastly superior merit to those in cultivation. His first success was with a va...
Fire if You Dare. GOOD USE OF A FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
Fire if You Dare. GOOD USE OF A FLAG. In Havana there was one evening a great row in the streets, and a man was killed. Everyone ran away except an Englishman, who did not see why ; he should run off, but stopped to see ; what he could do for the wounded man. The city was then, as it often was, under martial law, and in a few minutes a party of soldiers came up I and walked the Englishman off. He | was tried then and there by a sort of drum-head court martial, and con demned to be shot the next morning at eight o'clock. j He managed to get the news convey ! ed to the English consul, and at 7.45 o'clock the next morning the consul appeared in his coach ana four, cocked hat and sword, all his orders, etc. The shooting party were drawn out, 1 and the prisoner was there too. The consul walked up to the officer com manding the party, and demanded the 1 life of his countryman. I "Very sorry," said the officer, "but | I must carry out my orders." And he 1 showed the warrant signed by the g...
THINGS TO FORGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
THINGS TO FORGET. ii you wouia increase your Happi ness and prolong your life, forest your neighbour's faults. ^ Forge^^^sl&a temptations. ForgewBBBR^WnSing,. and give a little thought to the cause which provoked it. Forget the peca--^ liarities of your friends, and only re member the good points which make you fond of them. Forget all person al quarrels or histories you jjaay have heard by accident, and which, if repeat ed, would seem a thousand times worse than they are. Blot out as'far as pos sible all the disagreeables of life; they will come, but they will grow larger when you remember them, and' the constant thought of the acts oi' meanness, or, worse still, malice, will ■ only tend to make you more familiar | witii them. Obliterate everything dis agreeable from yesterday, start out I with a clean slate for to-day, and write I upon it, for sweet memory's sake, only those things which are lovely and lov
A CAUTION TO BIOGRAPHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
A CAUTION TO BIOGRAPHERS. flee of chief magistrate of the city, and this was how he noted the fact in his diary: "Re-visited with melancholy re flections the scenes of my youth, and called among others on old Provost B. and his brother, still tottering on the I verge of the grave." > ' Little did tne writer of these words imagine who was to read them! The diary was faithfully printed after the reverend doctor's death, and a copy , ' its way into the aged Provost's | ment: "And here I am, Dr McFarlane,, still tottering awa' yet, long after you're in your grave!" The objection to the never offending people is that it leaves most of them of your existence. i born to be serviceable' to
LIGHTHOUSE HEROINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 April 1904
LIGHTHOUSE HEROINES. i'ne History of the lighthouse service shows that women are; thoroughly^ trustworthy and efficient as keepers. As a rule they are not appointed, to the care of lights of first importance, be cause the work would be too arduous; but wherever they have been gut they have done their duty most satisfactor ily. Many notable feats of heroism, performed by women lighthouse keep ers are told. On Lake Michigan, at the north end of Milwaukee Bay,, stands a tall red tower, which is under : the charge of Mrs Georgia Stebbins.. 1 Its light is 122 feet above the water, and may be seen for 20 miles. Tern years ago there was a great storm, and' ; three men, upset from a sailboat, were i in imminent danger of drowning. Mrs I Stebbins went to their -assistance, and; rescued them at the risk of her-, awn.' 'life. Twenty-five miles out in tfie [ ocean, in the pathway of the steamers from Boston to Halifax, is a barren | and rugged island of small area, which; . in etormv weather is...
CHRISTENDOM ASTRAY, OR POPULAR THEOLOGY, AND The True Nature of the Apostolic Faith. In Eighteen Lectures. LECTURE VIII. The Kingdom of God not yet in existence, but to be established visibly on the earth at a future day. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 April 1904
CHRISTENDOM ASTRAY, POPULAR THEOLOGY, The True Nature of the Apostolic Faith. In jMghteen Lectures. * LECTURE VIII. The Kingdom of God not yet in existence, but to be established visibly on the earth at a future day. Synopsis.-The importance ofunder standing the kingdom of God. It's relation to the gospel.' Different idea# of the kingdom. It's true nature shown from the Scriptures. God's purpose to break up the existing system of nations, and to establish a kingdom of His own. Nebuchadnezzar's dream. Daniel's in terpretation. It's verification in history. The crisis at .the door The Stone. Kingdom of God on earth. The . King. The aristocracy. The people, the territory, the laws, the government of the future age. An ideal des potism. Glorious results. The kingdom preached by Jesus and the Apostles out I of the prophets. The sacrifice of Christ I in relation to the gospel. Popular preaching destitute of the kingdom. The practical teaching cf the New Testament, and the kingdom of God. ...
COULTER'S CRITERION DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 April 1904
COULTER'S CRITERION DRA MATIC COMPANY. Mr. W. J. Coulter's well-known dra matic company paid a return visit to Trafalgar last Saturday, and appeared in the mechanics' institute during the evening in a powerful drama entitled "In Mighty London." There was a very large audience, the house being crowded, and the performance ran smoothly from beginning to end. "In Mighty London" is a drama abound ing in stirring and exciting incidents, and is probablv one of Sims' greatest productions. Mr. Coulter has an ex cellent company of experienced actors and actresses the latter in particular being high up in their profession. Every act of the play held the house spell-bound from start to finish, and the hearty applause bestowed on the performers afforded ample testimony both as to their undoubted ability and of the genuine appreciation of the audience. On Monday evening the "company presented the popular mili tary drama, "The Bugle Call," in an equally creditable manner, but owing to the incleme...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 April 1904
AUCTION REMINDERS. Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes' next fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, 7th prox. . Messrs. Mathieson and Davis will hold their usual monthly sale at Tra falgar on Saturday, 14th prox. Messrs. Skews, and Patterson's monthly cattle sale at Yarragon on Tuesday, May-. A truck of pigs consigned to Jen | ningB and Mclnnes will oe forwarded I from Yarragon to Melbourne on Wed ! nesday next.
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 April 1904
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. The Associated Agents conjoint report (14th April):-'The market was heavily supplied 2,270 having been penned, comprising 1,100 baconere, GOO porkers, 400 stores, remainder weightier sorts. Stores.-The demand was unsteady, prices showing a further tendency in favour of buyers. Porkers.-The supply was fully ample fpT requirements, consequent ly competition was without animation, and prices ruled easier. Bnconers.-In view of the largely-increased supply, together with only a moderate number of buyera present, the demand was exceedingly dull, and sales were difficult to effect at decidedly reduced figures. It was estimated that almost without exception prices ruled at least 10s. per head lower. Backfatters were in slack request, and for such the decline in prices was equally ; pronounced. Quotations:-Backfatters, about 150, extra prime and weighty, from 55s to to 65s; with eptra prime heavy fats, from £3 10s to £4 lOf, Baconers, about 280 extra prime and heavy, 47...
BLACK AND WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 April 1904
BLACK AND WHITE. gave the' first place in her affections to Sooty. Once they were all brought into the drawing-room to be "shown off." Besides the humans, the room contained a .great Newfoundland dog. Hitherto cat and dog had been on friendly terms, but now pussy shriwed she seized it by . the neck, and bore it beneath the lowest piece of furniture, where the dog could not possibly crawl; but she mewed to the others to follow her as best they could. The black kitten owed- all this care to its colour-t-more, happy in fhis respect than tfte Mack sheep, which is eaid
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 April 1904
SUBSCRIBE TO TOE .JSTJSWS. PEOPLE'S POPULAR PAPER. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. We would respectfully direct the attention of our numerous readers to the following new advertisements ap pearing in this issue The Namcan council publishes an important notice to ratepayers. Messrs. 8ketrs and Patterson's monthly cattle sale at Yarragon, on May-. Billiard tournament at the Criterion hotel, Trafalgar. Full particulars next week. ' Messft. Jennings and Mdnnes' fort nightly' cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, 7th May. Mr. and Mrs. Conley return thanks for the sympathy shown them in their recent bereavement. Messrs. Mathieson and Davis will hold their next monthly cattle sale at Jrafalgar on Saturday, May 14. The Nqrracon Bhire council invites tenders for a number "of works, return able at the ordinary sitting, on 29th inst. I A truck of pigs will be sent from | Yarragon to Melbourne nexc Wednes day, consigned to Messrs. Jennings I and Mclnnes.