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MONEY IN GARDENING FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
MONEY IN GARDENING FOR WOMEN. One.- of the chicf features of ' Every:ady's Journal," for August (just to hand) is a very beautiful illustrated article on Gprdening for Women, in which the writer shows how gardening may be made not only a dehlightful hobby, but a pay ing matter for any woman with brains and energy. The horticul tural knowledge is not difficult to obbtain4 but.a great deal. of perse verance and som 1etarvvorq are nid aryf;f. H&4e ..s Othe wri ter' points ,out, it is useless to grow flowers unless the gardener has a good deal of commonsense in dis posing oi?.the goods. That there is an exCelleht 'market to be ob tained in almost every part of A'stralia '.is 'almost 'certain, and that the demand for women gar deners only needs encouraging is also evident.
GLENGARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
GLENGARRY. The annual meeting of the me chanics 'institute was held on the evening of thb 5th inst. In the absence of Mr. Berminghani, the president, Councillor W. Lang pre sided. The balance-sheet submit ted by the secretary, Mr. H. Hum phrey, showed a credit balance of £13. Mr. J. Burgess, J.P., was ~elected to the position ot p~esi'ent, Councillor Lang vice-president; Mr Hi. Humphrey, secretary; Mr. R. King, treasurer. Plans for the considerable lex tension to the hall,. prepared by Mr. Dalton, were submitted, and approved of. The proposed addi tion will make a Very great im provement to the building. Before calling tenders- it. was decided to arrange for ::a bazaar, in order to raise the requisite funds. It was also decided to convene a meeting of ladies to take lup the organisa tron oft bazaar.. A meeting of local ladies was held on Monday afternoon, at which Mr. Burgess and Mr. H. Humphrey attended to exp'ain the committee's proposal to hold a bazaar about the end of March nex...
HEYFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
'""'"HEYFIEL?D") ro SA little girl, named Linda Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.-Scott, of Heyfieid, met with a serious burning accident on Monday morn ing. The clfi' was standing near an open fire, clothed in a flInnel ette night dress, which Ignited, , and was instantly in flames. Fortun ately her mother was just entering the room, and took prompt mea sures to extinguish the blaze, and strip the garments from the suffer ers' body, but not before the little one had sustained considerable in jury, and the mother's hands a severe scorching. The patient re ceived medical attention, and v.was removed to Nurse Buchanan's prin vate hospital, where, happily, she is likely,.to pull through. Miss A. Bryan, who has been first assistant at the Heyfield State schoot for the past five years, has been advised to be mn readiness for removal to South Yara. The news of her departure was"teceived with genuine regret on all sides, es pecially by teachers, scholars, par ents, and those institutions ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
AT H. W. BOND'S. Stirring Bargains. All Winter Goods to *@. be Absolutely : Cleared Out. We are NOT Closing up and Clearing Out. We are Going to Stay Right Here, 8t Give You Unbeatable Va ue As Always. H. W. BON D, GENERAL DRAPER, TRARALGON. . , . · When you are not sure if Mr. A. J. Trood, the well-known Gipps land dentist, is at home, just ring up phone 38, and make an ap pointment. Fourteen years' prac tice in Traralgon speaks for itself. H. F. V. PALME B, AUCTIONEER, and SPECIAL HOUSE, LAND and PRO PERTY SALESMAN, I THE EXCI'A ?G," BAILEY ST., BAIRNSDALE. Opposite Post Office. FURNITURE ON TERMS. I have also over 500 Farms and Properties for Sale mn Victoria New South WVales. Lists of farms posted to prospective people. More PROPERTIES WANTED. Conducting of Property and Clea ring Sales in any part especial'y. At one o'clock every Saturday I hold Furniture, Proauce, Fruit and Poultry Sales. LAND BUYERS: I have hundreds of Farms for Sale, and can deal with you for iland situated o...
The War Crisis. AUSTRALIA TAKES HER APPOINTED PLACE "Punch." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
The War Crisis. AUSTRALIA TAKES HER AP 'POINTED PLACE S, "' Punch." :At this, the greatest crists in our history, we must face the present with readiness for every service, and the future with fortitude and faith. It has not been by choice that we have entered Into the des perate life struggle ot the nations. The hell- is none ot our making. No vote That we have cast has hel ped it. But we :are in it, and the time for regret has passed. On that point ther't is nothing more to be said than we 'trust Great Bri tain', leaders. We khow :they. are, sincere patriots, Imbued'with deep affection for human life,.and. that in this case we think thcih un doubtedly right, For ten years the crisis has been conifiig'. Fortiei .~y-rs it ha.s beent pronounced inevitable. For ten years the nations have been la boring .that they might be ready for it, working for small wages and for i6ng hours that they might. pile armament upon armampnt. And during all those ten years Great Britain's tone and temper...
MORWELL BOWLING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
MORWELL BOWLING CLUB .---0-- The annual meeting of the Mor well Bowling Club was held on Tuesday evening, the president, Mr. Tatterson, presiding. The ba'ance sheet was received, on the motion of Mr. Hoyle and Dr. Sutcliffe. The president congratulated the members upon being associated -.with such a solid, financial club, and stpoke in praiseworthy terms of the secretary and treasurer. Mr. Hoyle agreed with the presi I dent entirely, and said that the de benture holders should be thanked. It was the duty of every member of the club to help -towards hav ing the debentures redeemed as soon as possible. The treasurer, Mr. Ahermn, than ked the president and Mr. Hoyle for their remarks regarding him, and expressed the opinion that the debenture holders were satisfied with their investment. " It is won derful," said Mr. Aherin, 'the Scharm the game of bow:s has upon one." The president said that unfor tunately he had only one oppor tunity of. enjoying a day's bowls, but he was confident i...
TERRIBLE CARNAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
TERRIBLE CARNAGE. Present indications point to the supposition that it will take a fort mnight to capture Liege, instead ot three days as the Germans ex pected, and that it wil require bet ween 150,000 and 200,000 men. The 10th German Army Corps, reinforced by cavalary, attacked Leige on Wednesday mnight. They crossed mined zones, which ex ploded, and whole battalions of men were killed. 1,200 German woundea were picked up. Not one, fort was captured.
THE INDUSTRIAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
THE INDUSTRIAL SIDE. Speaking at the industrial Court Sydney, Mr. Justice Heydonsaid -The fact that an extreme Euro pean war has broken out, greatly changes the industrial conditions, even mn a very short time. These changes may make the awards m their present forjn no longer suit able, and I wish to point out to the industrial world that the gene ral rule that riwards are to run their termns, and are not likely to be re-opened, applies, of course, only- when inatters'are pursuing their ordinary course, and not to times of violent and sudden change If 'the parties concerned in any award should find ,therefore, that it ought to be altered, or that fresh. provisions are required to meet a, state of things never conterimpla-. ted, they have only to approach their boards or the court. If those who are interested consent to the changes, immediate action can be taken. If, on the other hand, con ditions are askea for on one side which are disputed by the other, an enquiry can be made at th...
RECREATION AND RACING. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
RECREATION AND RACING. ~-0-- PUBLIC MEETING. A public meeting convened by Mr..J. B. Hoyle, for the purpose of considering the best means of obtaining a ground at Morwell suitable for recreation and rac ing combined, was held in the me chanics 'institute on Tueaay even Twenty three ratepayers were per sent, and Councillor Dunbar was unanimously voted to the chair. Mr. Hoyle read the notice ap pearing in both the local papers convening the meeting. He said that la recreation and racecourse was necessary at Morwell, and that was why he' balled the fneeting He had spoken to Mr. Hall, a trus tee of the present racecourse, who told him he was only too pleased to help in anything that. would b'e of interest to the district, and who adm:tted that the present racecourse was unsuitable for the purpose required. There were people who did. not favor the suggested combination, but, all the same he respected them for their opinions. ,t was qu:te 'feas:b.e that it the government could be shown tha...
TRARALGON SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
TRARALGON SOUTH. A mieting of the rabbit sup ,pression league was held on Wed neday evening. There was a goo'd attendance, and Mr. T. Powell pre sided. The minutes of the previ ous meeting were read and confir-. med, on the Inotion of Messrs. Redpath and Pentlafid. A discussion took place as to the best means of getting all the lea gues to Jay poison, at the same time -also for two or more delegates to meet in conference, so as to learn how each branch is getting on, A motion on the matter was.eventt-, ally adopted. A dance was held in the hall on Wednesday evening last, when there was a good attendance, tak ing into consideration the many other attractions. The floor was in good order, and excellent hnusic was supplied by Miss M. Dawson. Mr J. Teasdale acted as M.C. in his usual efficient manner. About midnight refreshmeni' were han ded round, and after justice had been done to the good thingsthe dancing was resumed, -and con tinued until about 2 o'clock the following morning. Mr. ...
BANQUET POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
BANQUE'I POSTPONED. I In consequence of the war, the annual dinner of the Master Build ers' Association of Melbourne, I fixed for August a0, hWas been post poned indefinitely. The committee, In retracting in vitations, expressed the feeling that while Great Britain is'involved in so great a ,war, gatherings of a convivial nature should not be held A very large number of Austra lians will 'endorse th:s view, and commend the association fo.r its thoughtfulness. Austrahla has never yet known the horrors and burdens of war, because Great Bri tain has always shielded her infant States, while ,givmlng them a free dom in government that no other nation has ever allowed. Just now the dear old Mother 'is fight ing and shedding her blood and treasure just as much for her child' ren ove' the sea as for herself and alliecs, and 'to honor her treaty obligationrs. Hence during this life and death struggle it would be callous and unpatr'otic to hold Iconvivial gatherings.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
1 C t fI f _!'. ,, . SSave1 "~'l Syour . Money. IAGC. C jRISTEISEN'S BIG WI TER IAL IS STILL Going Strong.. ONLY A Few More S BARGAINS LEFT. Big Savings for You. Ringing Values. IBig Savings for You. WANTED,--Applicants for share Dairy farm, about 70' cows. Six workers (3 males) if possible. M'DONALD BROS., Koonwarra -via Leongatha. H. LAFRENZ, GENERAL CARRIER, TRARALGON, ]Best Firewood Supplied. Rub bisi removed, and any kind of car tig done. Orders left at Dunbar's Livery Stables, Hotham Street, will be attended to. UPPER TRARALGON CREEK SOPENING NEW HALL. CONCERT and BALL! TIJRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8rd, An enjoyable evening assured G?JDD FLOOR. MONLIGHT, 4 Almission to Corfdert, 1s Ed, clildren, half-price; admnission th dance, 3s. JOHN HOGG, Hon. Sec. I RP, SALE.-Strawiferry Clover R~ts, aiw quanItitg. Apply W. I-NDLEY, Upper Flynn'. Ck. S-lDFORD and HOSKEN, SrEcitors, have Trust Monies to I4 Low rates of Iaterest. TO LADIES OE TRARAL GON & DISTRICT. MISS RAY, FRANKLIN ST., TR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
Li . BRUOE, (Late H.C. Jones). I AAND, FINSANCE and COM M'&C~ION AGENT, Surveyor and Swrn Valuator. Agent for: the Yerkshire .'ire Insurance Co., and Accident Insurance Co., and the ~Sqlty Trustees Co. I.A. Oflfice: TRARALCGONt. QUEENSLAND. .Oe Rev. L T. COPL'AND, of Mundubberra. QueenGland, who is temporarily superannuated on adc?aaunt of sikcriess, invite! cor .re,?ndence from anyone wnatuiug to select land; purchaie sh , catle or horse stations, or t , lucrae, wheat, s?gar or dDey 'faa* s in Queensland. T. , H 0RW & CO., IHOHAM ST., TRARALGON. T. H. ROW: Sworn Valuator. ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS, ASSURANCE & GENERALJ . .AGENTS. Agents for London and Lanca 'Airi Fire Insurance Co., National Matual Fire Assuraice Assocla tiion, Norwich Union Fire Assur .?e Co., Ocean Accident and Gajrntee Society, the Fourth "iaerian Building Society, Adamn ,seu, Strettle and Co., Stock and Station Agents. Stoddart and Maclean, THE NEW BUTCHERS, OR Q UAL, IT Y.. Corned Meat Smal...
UPPER FLYNN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
UPPER FLYNN'S CREEK. Mr. W. Widdis ,who has been a resident of Upper Flynn's Creek for a number of years, recently sold his homestead property t6 Mr Rathjen to reside in Traralgon. As he has been very popular with his neighbors, it was decided to en tertain him before he severed his connection with the district in which he has lived so long. There was a good gathering in the local local hall on Thursday evening, when nearly 200 people were pre sent. It was a wonder where all the people came from'-there were so many to do honor to their old neighbor. After a number of dan ces, songs and'recitations, Mr. Jas. Wright explained that they were gathered togethei to do honor to Mr. W. Widdis, and also make him a presentation. The guest was an old and a real good neighbor. Dur ing the 2 lyears they had lived on adjoining properties there had never been a cross word. The speaker then presented Mr. Widdis with a gold locket and chain, and Mrs. Widdis with a gold brooch. Mr. Johnl .aham, Mr. W...
Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
mslue ,nurual TUESDAY, AUGUST 11. Municipal Elections.-Under or dinary conditions, the municipal elections would be attractinga good deal of attention just now. But though the election day is vewy little more than a fortmnght off, very little is being said on the sub ject. No doubt this is largely due to the European war-the greatest in the history of'the world-which is throwing its shadow over Aus tralia. That shadow is about 12,000 miles long, and it has co-' vered Commonwealth, State, ana municipal industrial and social life. In the Traralgon shire the retiring representatives are Councillors E. S. Whittakers and C. Clarkie BBlzth are willing to serve the ratepayers aigain, and as they iave given much of their time in their endeavours to giPromote the interests of the shire no one desires to displace them. The retiring representatives in tho Rosedale shire are Councillors W. A. Lang (Toongabbie Riding), E. J. Crooke (Rosedale Riding) and Davis (Denison Riding). Here, again, there...
WAR AND THE TARIFF FEDERAL ISSUES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
WAR AND THE TARIFF FEDERAL ISSUES. A great European • war must exercise, far reaching inEfluences on Australian revrenue and on Aus tralian expenditure. Further than that. no cautious politician cares to go. Should Great Britain secure and maintain such absolute. control of the ocean that shlpS pass un disturbed between London and Melbourne whilst Russia, Germany and France exhaust themselves in an insane struggle, one set of con sequences follow. If Great Britain does not absolutely command the world's waterways another set of consequences will follow. In the former case the Austra'ian produ cer will grow rich, as mn fairy tales; and in the other he will be plunged into depression such as he never imagined. And the issue is in the lap of the gods, or, to put it in a different way, we in Australia can do nothing to determine it. Clearly, this profound uncer tainty makes a temporary end of the rival policies submitted by Mr Cook and Mr. Fisher. No sane in dividual would dream ok borr...