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TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. 3 ain. each add. 3 min Morwell ... 2d ... 2d Glleagarry ... 2d , 2d Toongabbie ... 2d ... 2d Moe ... 3d ... 3d Cowwarr ... 3d ... 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's:Creek 3d ... 3d Trafalgar ... 4d ... 3d Yarragon . 6d ... 5d Sale .... 6d ... ,d Walhalla ... 6d ... Maffra .., 8d ... 6d Heyfield ... 8d ... 6d Newry .. - 8d ' ... 6d Tinamba .. 8d ... 6d Warragul .. 8d ... Id Yarram ... 14 ... 1/I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
They sing its songs of gladness, They chant its hlynuts of praise, Upon its lyric gaieties With gratitude they gaze. 'They win thro' wan, wild Winter, From coughs and colds secure, Because they know what blessings flow From Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Your Eyes need attention. )o niot neglect tlihem (:onsult lt. A Williamis. Oualified Op. tician at A II. CHOSS's, Tra. ralgon Bazaar and General Newsagency. 0e are |fj And so will you ippslandr Tr'adingn at onc ie WAR PRICES. f~Pl if you visit the UtUUII uu. with their 1-, Just Read the Price List and you'll get a greater Shock than a Bullet can Strike you by . ~Striking a Big WAR BARGAI N. - _____d "? .~ . ,. . _ .?.?.??.?.?.,,?.?.?.,. .. '? .'?'?.=?.,.,.,.,,.,.,.,,,&lt;.,.,.,,?.?: 0 7 Pairs Men's Trousers, 4s 6d; to Clear at 2s 11d. 4 Men's Suits, 30s; to clear at 10s 6d. 4 Youth's Suits, 20s; to clear at 5s 11d. Men's Navy Blue and Brown Wool Sweaters,lOs 6d; now 5s 11d. Men's Navy Blue Wool Sweaters, 7s 6d; now 3s 11d. 6 ...
W.C.T.U. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
W.C.T.U. Miss Robinson, organiser for the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, visited the Gippsland dis trict during the month of July, and was successful in forming several branches in this district. A very promising branch has been formed in Traralgon, with the following officers: President, Mrs. WV. H. Scurr; vice-presidents, Mesdames Smith, Pay, and Paice; treasurer, Miss Scurr; secretary, Miss Pie per. This branch will meet on the fourth Monday in each month. All ladies interested in tcmperance work are invited. .
FOOTBALL. COWWARR BEAT TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
FOOTBALL. -0 COWWARR BEAT TOON GABBLE. The above teams met in the Fisher competition on Saturday on the Cowwarr ground. The home team won by ten points. Immons~e interest was taken in the match,. and about 100 passengers went from Toongabbie, and pretty well all Cowwarr and district watched the play. Fitzpatrick umpired the game, and Cowwarr received the most of the free kicks. There is a good deal of feeling over this competition. Toongab bie accuses both Glengarry and Cowwarr of bringing In outside players. Both teams appear to have a set on Toongabbie. The latter declare that they are so dis gusted that they may not meet Glengarry on Saturday next.
CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
CONCER'I. > --0- The 'people connected with the lolcai Baptist church have earned a. reputation for organising very good concerts. They have given three or four in Traralgon, and all were ,very highly appreciated. Another Aconcert was given here on Wednes day *evening last, but for obvious '~easons the audience was not so large as on previous occasions. 'Most of the artists'who came from the City were acqu;aintances. The programme Wa sjust as good as those previously given, but the great struggle now proceeding in Great Britain cast its shadow over the audience, which was not quite. so responsive as the quality of the various numbers .warranted. Rev. G. J. Mackay was a host mn him self, ana he introduced several patriotic numbers. Miss Pengelly, a stranger to Traralgon, gave some very fine recitations.. Both Miss Ashton and Miss. Flitton sang wel. Mr. A. R. Etheridge's num bers were very wvel rendered, and Traralgon folk are pleased to note that this promising vocalist is ini (pr...
CATHOLIC BALL. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
CATHOLIC BALL. ,, -- ° ? , - -A GREAT SUCCESS. The annual Catholic ball took place in the mechanics' hall on hursday evening, when about 80 couples had a most enjoyable time The ball room was charmingly de corated with flags and bunting, very kindly lent by Mr. Mac. Christensen and the Gippsland Trading Company. This work was carried out by the ladies, assisted by Mr. C. Dunn. The floor was in splendid condition for dancing, af ter the patient efforts bi a (number of gentlemen. It was so good that a dancer lost his or her footing. The music supplied by Crowe's ot chestra was all that could be wis hed, and the dancers were deligh ted at the excellent time. From either end of the hall a very ani mated scene presented itself, and the dresses of the ladies were very pretty. The supper was supplied by the ladies of the church, who gave the company a very appetis ing repast, including fruit salad and trifle. Some of the visitors came from Sale, Bairnsdale, Newry and se geral other places....
Mathieson & Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
Mathison & Davis. Mathlesorr and Davis report: Fat Cattle-Moderatte yardings in oar varinus marlkets and demand firm at ruling good prices At Trar algon we sold useful bullocks to £9 6s, good cows to £8 2s 6d,, lighter do to £6 x2s 6d, inferior sorts from £4 up wards Store Caitle.-During the week we have held sales a! Traraleon, Sale, Heyfiel', Mirboo, M e and Mor well, and sold a large prop rti n of each yarding. C inpetition b, isk for forward springers, fresh cows of fat tening ages, with got d enquiry for steers and bullocks. We sold spring ing heifers to £6 13s, one pen of Jersey heifers to £8 ]0s, springing cows to £7 10s, s:ore cows to £4 ls, cows and calves ,to £4 89, 18 months old steers £2 17s 6d, 2½ year old do. to 34 13s 6d, pen of young bullocks £~5 8s. Sheep.- At Sale we yarded 2500 sheep, including a me extra nice quality lines of weanersaand wethers; buyers oyerated cautiously, and al mos' a clearance was effected at prices? nnder lae rates. We sold prirre ew...
LAST NIGHT'S "HERALD." London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
LAST NIGHT'S "HERALD." London, Saturday. The rout of the Germans at Leige was accomplished by a movement of the Belgium cavalry; under King Albert's leadership. The Germans have lost heart, and are fighting listlessly. The French are occupying the greater portion of Belgium. At Alt-Kerch, the French cros sed the frontier, and routed the Germans at the point of the bayo net. The delighted Alsalians have torn up the frontier pegs. The German casualties .are 30,000, ard the French 15,000. The Belgians took 5,000 priso ners at Leige. Leige is 'still holding out, and the German shells have not donq much damage. ABrussels despatch says that three German corps remained in position, and it seemed as though they must soon cross the Meuse, passing around the forts towards Vise, between Leige and Huy. London, Sunday. Father Ross, preaching in West minster Cathedral to-day, said the Catholics could be satisfied that Great Britain never waged a niore justf war than she is engaged in at present. ...
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
COMMERCIAL. -4--- GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Tkeo. B.. Little and Co. I Theo, B. Little and Co. report: Fat Cattle-At stratford, Morwell and S~ale markets the supplywas short and quality not as good as usual. De mand.strong. We sold prime cows to £10, good do. from £6, light heifers £5 12/6, vealers £4 7/6. Store Cattle --Good yarding at Stratford and prac tically the whole yarding sold 't'abbut late rates. 2 year old steers £5/5/. 18 month to 2 do. £3 10/, young heifers £2 14/, pens of springing heifers to £6 10/-, store cows (aged) £3 10s, cows and calves £6 8s, forward spring ers £6 Is. At Morwell a large number forward consisting mostly of low con ditioned cows. A good sale re'sulted forall cattle in fair condition. At Sale our yards were well supplied. WVe sold D. Wells' bullocks £7, his steers £5 2s, Rosedale bullocks £5 9s springing heifers £3 10s, (small) to £4 18s. Sheep-A big number in at Stratford prices low but we disposed of a fair number. At Sale we had a good yarding, pr...
POSSIBLE PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
POSSIBLE PATRIOTIC FUND. Mr. M'Namara, president of the State Service Federation, has writ ten to the Lord Mayor of Mel bourne, intimating that it it should be decided to raise a patriotic fund for any purposes. connected with the war, the Pubhlc Service would hold a meeting to arrange for con tributions. A member of the executive of the Federation said that it was thought that a patriotic fund nmight be advantageously used,- among other things, in Victoria, for help ping people on whom privation had been brought by the war. .
A. M'LEAN & CO., [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
A. M'LEAN & CO., Sale branch report: Sit:ce the ne ws of the serious in ternati'n .I upheaval the markets have been disturbed, and owing to the fact that skin sales have stopped, fat sheep are considerably cheaper. At the Sale Borough yards on Saturday we had a fair yarding. . Fat cattle sold at about late rates We sold Mr H Miller's light heifers £4 10s, Mr Jas Firmin's backward sp ingers (4, Mr A Gerrard's do, ,4 18s Mr S. Clark's fat cows to 9 11sI, Mr Dinneen's do '[6, Mr MI'Lean's do. L7, Mr Sciphaulis' heifers £4 15s, Mr Pooley's low conditioned'do (2 2s, Mrs Burton's do. to £4 163. Mr E. Sullivan's springes £5 170, Mr R. Goodman's store cows '2 los, MrH Fixter's do £4 4s Clearing Sale. In c njunction w'th Thee B Little and Co we coiducted on Wednesday last, on account of Mr Fred Cloak, a very successful sale of all his sheep, cattle, pigs, etc. The 'sheep w re easier, but he cattle, which were well bred - sold. xce.tiona'ly we!l Prac ically evervthi,'g was disposed ,,...
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
THE TELEPHONE. rRARALGON EXOHANGE. r Dr Hagenauer 2 Dr. McLean 3 Mr. Challman 4 T. B. Little & Co. 5 Christensen & Bawden 6 G. H. Marsh 7 Layton Bros. 8 L. Lay 9 VW, A. Clark to THE JOURNAL (W. Chappell). cI Whittaker Bros." : ,2 J. English * 13 Shire Hall . 14 J. D. Campbell 15 J S. Milligan i6 Robert Farmer 17 Nurse Miller z8 Gippsiand Tradirng Coy. z: F. L. Grubb, jnr. 2o Mathieson and DI)avis 21 P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store,. 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H. Row 25 Serjetbt and Bruce 26 A. M'Lean and Co. 27 G. H. Monds 28 Grand Junction Hotel 29 Railway Station 30 Savings Bank. 31 Butter Factory 32 Police Station, 33 National Bank ' 34 Pentland and Canfield.' 35 C. E. Clarke. 36 Clerk of Courts 37 " The Record" (J W. Guest). 38 A. J. Trood. 39 F. Peiper 4o F. Grubb 41. J. Robinsona. " , 42 R. F. Webb 43. W. Christensen and Co. 44. L Widdis. 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay. 46 Picone 47 W. M Donald _8 H. Campbell
A FLIRT DESCRIBED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 11 August 1914
4 FLIRT DESCRIBED. By a Young Man. What is a flirt? Rather, who is a flirt? Someone has said that a flirt is one who gives "attention without intention." In other words. a flirt is one who pays loving "attention" and devotion to a member of the opposite sex without any serious "intentions" as regards marriage, or without any intention of allowing his attentions to culminate in marriage, or even in the preliminary stage of engagement. There is much truth in that definition, although perhaps it is not complete. We all know of cases among both sexes where. certain parties are all "attentidn without intention." The young man whom this definition touches is quite liberal with his at tentions to young ladies. He is an ideal lover if you judge words and actions only, but if you direct invis ible X-rays on his invisible heart, you will find he has no thoughts of love.' I know many young men who should feel the pangs of guilt in the matter. I They have paid loving attention, seri ous attenti...
The Journal. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
Local Road Works.-At the council meeting on Wednesday, the engineer (Mr. Sambe'l) said -that the contractor for one section of the Traralgon South road had com menced work. Actifig on the ad vice of the engineer, the council decided to hire a stone crusher. Two or three plants are available on reasonable terms, and it is thought that a steam engine can be hired locally. The tramway rails will be removed from Traral gon to Traralgon South, and uti lised for hauling the spawls from the quarry to the stone crusher, and possibly for carrying the bro ken metal. With this plant the engineer expects that the metal will be supplied at the price he es timated-not more than 10s per yard. Good. progress has already been made with the regrading cf Handley's hill on the Gormandale road, and it is apparent that when finished it will be a very good job. By four to two the council decided against the " corner deviation" of the Traralgon South road, on the ground that the small saving in distance di...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
E. L. BRUC E, (Late H.C. Jones). LAND, FINANCE and COM-. MLS10N AGENT, Surveyor and Swrn Valuator. Agent for: tbe Yorkshire Fire Insuranae Co,, and Accident Insurance Co., and the Equity Trustees Co. Ltd. Office: TRARALGON. QUEENSLAND. I' eh Rev. L. T. COPIL'AND, :of Mundubberra, Queensland, who is temporarily suporannuated on accoMunt. of s icne ss, invite!; cor reelpndence from anyone wanting to select land; purchase sheep, cattle or horse stations, or truit, lucele, wheat, sigar or dairy fi?,,s in Queensland. T, . l0W & C, HOTHAM ST., TRARALGON. Tr. H. ROW: Sworn Valuator. 'AC?OUNTANTS, AUDITORS, ASSURANCE & GENERAIJ i . AGENTS. Agents for London and Lanca hire Fire Insurance Co., National Mutual Fire Assurance Associa tiaon, Norwich Union Fire Assur anae Co., Ocean Accident and Gitrantee Society, the Fourth Viderian Building Society, Adam sen, Strettle and Co., Stock and Station Agents. Stoddart and Laelean, THE NEW BUTCHERS, Y OR QUALIT Y. Corned Meat " Small Go...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
Ue : Save : your . Money . LAG. CRISTE SE!'S IS STILL Going Strong. ONLY A Few More BARGAINS LEFT. Big Bargains. Ringing 'Values. Big 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' lbid removed, and any kind of car ting done. Orders left at Dunbar's Livery Stables, Hotham Street,,wili be attended to. UPPER TRARALGON CREEK OPENING NEW HALL'. CONCERT and BALL! TRURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd, An enjoyable evening assured GOOD FLOOR. MONLIGHT, Admission to Concert, is 6d, children, half-price ;'"admission to dance, 3s. JOHN HOGG, Hon. Sec. FOR SALE.-Strawberry Clover Roots, arny quantlt'. Apply W. HANDLEY, Upper Flynn's Ck. SA DFORD and HOSKEN, Soliitors, have Trust Monies to Leag. Low rates of Interest, TO LADIES OF TRARAL GON & DISTRICT. [ MISS RAYI FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON SENDS A MESSAGE. She also invites ...
TRARALGON WATERWORKS TRUST. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
TRA RALGON~ WATERWORKS TRUST. -0 W\EDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 Present: Commissioners. Pent land, Whittakers, Clarke, Pettit, Anderson and Canfield. The minutes of the previous meeting were read^ and confirmed. Correspondence. From secretary State'Rivers and Water Supply Commission, asking if the Trust has any objection to portion of creek frontage, near the Long Bridge, Traralgon, as mar ,ked on the accompanying plan, be ing granted to the-Traralgon shire as a public reserve. No objection. The business sheet of the annual tereting of the Waterworks' Trusts 'Association was submitted. Com. Pentland was appointed to represent the Traralgon Trust. Com. Pettit: I hope, Mr. Chair man, if you are elected on the executive committee, you will. get' better treatment than I did, and not be bothered by'the secretary. The secretary: I have only done my duty. I notice that the very *thing the auditor disallowed as illegal has been now recognised by the Executive as illegal. It is now proposed that the ...