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DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) NARRACAN. It is with regret that I have fc'o report the death of Mr Alfred Powal), w])0 died on Safiday? 2Cth ' □It. The dece^nHj^pf been ailing1 off and onJ^abou^^montbs,aixj Powell was^ one "of the pioneer settlers ofcHfhe Narracan district, having selected his well\x=req-\ known farm over 30 years ago, when the whole of this district was a dense forest. The deceased leaves a widow and grown-up family to mourn hi* loss. The funeral took place on Wednesday last, and was largely attended, particularly by I the old identities, the remains being interred in the old portion of the Narracnn cemetery. Mr B. Syer (Church of Englaud) officiated at the grave. Mr Frank- Savige was the victim Narracan. JjS$®^?Btt%,^nean8 the girth brok$f£nd, on hislio'ree giving a plunge, Jhe rider was thrown, and | partly stflflrined. Mr Hampton went j to his assistance, and it yos found that one leg about 2in. from the thigh joint. Mr Savige is at present in the Sal...
SPINSTERS BALL. AT TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
SPINSTERS BALL. AT TRAFALGAR. j The Trafalgar spinsters' annual a&i, which took place on Wednesday evening, 29tli ult., was looked forward'to w th interest and pleasure by isany in Lrafalgar and the immediate neighborhood, aad their anticipations of an enjoyable timo were realised the fullest extent. The spinsters seemed determined to equal, if not to excel, their bachelor friends as entertainers, and nothing was left undone to ensure . liie enjoyment oI their guests. Th© large p«Mic hall ;pz£se.nted an oa\x=req-\ ■'wSu " exquisite teste. 1 hei'^vas a profusion of Jems, wattle-blossoni and greea shubbery, fin gete ■ and displaced with arf^ic tasw-a^ judgement- Attended to . the pro- ": scenium, ?ad directly above the stage, , was the flowing appropriate motto— / "Welcom# all; let Joy be uncoufioed i\x=req-\ with Love^nd Harmony Combined.1' At the other end of the room, over the rcaiu entratfie. were the words— "Good Old Traf.'_ This latter was suggestive of the Trafalgar foo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
Notices. m dr. g. w. smith wick ;0 IP commenced the Practice o[ Lis pro\x=req-\ ^ TRAFALGAR, yarracon -*1- Visited "'-DAILY, Irom 11 to 12 o'clock. % THORPDALE 2 Visited every FRIDAY, at 2 p.n FOLLWINO APPOINTMENTS.*— Senior JIoubs Surgeou aud Medic.il Superiu tendent to Borough General Accident Hospital, Liverpool. Senior House Surgeon Eye and Ear Iafirmarj-> Vuuicau jwswraut os-ra TiD!sprmj\x=req-\ Clinical AesiBtamJV0mPm' and Children's \r 15 A V I E S, VIctorJa-street, WARRAGUL (Late Mrs. Woods' residence.) ACCOMMODA TION FOB LADIES. '.TERMS MODERATE. La oard.] J. A. WILMOTH SON, SOLICITORS, MELBOURNE aot TRAFALGAR. 'L.-J- Wilmoth Visits Trafalgar oj First and Third Saturday in . , . eacli month iussioners for taking Affidavits). La card.] HUBERT KELLY, Barrister and Solicitor, Proctor and Conveyancer, TRAFALGAR, "Visits MOE Every Tuesday. AiTW- . Tnyyuw i jmy, FRIEKu * ttiUSAMSAK ^ ^oilcitcws, « WARRAGfi?L "" • " ^ Public: Commissioners |Pthe Court of Victoria and of (he TRA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
, 4-l~ ' MONEY. *Tvh *u"11 Wo-i *xv* firm * r* m* w*» urn. • %m& A naval of MOMCY TO LEND Om ik> tbon I*xb. at bom * P*r "»'■ &lt; A. IfeUAK ah> CO., Tnnnicn - " 1 1 '' —— FARMSR8. FARMERS. B) , Owd*. or iqr Socuritj Jnvatelj, Q* Haw ■ ittwoiumc Tfcuis. "■vi. - Tw will «RM NMEY MD TIME % tOTBUv letting with JOSEPH^ FLANAGAN, *«Siai;NTANT, . EefcW* ttrl Financial Agent, 150 QtMen St, j MJSLBOUBNE.. BS .M, ftttd Oft HTK VlllHT-OUT CON. jKft I'llMiKr, Q? i«&lt;i.T *ad Cota/lt. TOO nmy v.«M Haptu-fjr twiatmce. WEw r-v iruln^lo^iftlA. I*k C*Ulfl, Farm v '"»■ Alt lsU«r»r«pU\x=req-\ W*-,^ y-f V po^.v Adriw frn, ^ ? »yrt«fcWv"" fcv«, Lt'NMtf* AND CO., W *fc, MKLBOUE2TK, •tJ > - *" OMHWr FONCIE& LOANS 7© FARMER8 ^Jjn eameiroie £50 to £2000. - ' poB 80* YEA&9, W» optottd Wmg on »u or j*rt v My half-year. With » ircuritj q| TPrwhulil ll—. IMilLu"* **"»♦ POTnw°>w. Konam. rats to err mi ixtm mitto i m irrru pajx, *m m mucb wru., r M LITTLE MDmC...
TRAFALG[?] HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. MONTHLY MEETING. AN IMPORTANT STEP—DATE OF ANNUAL MEETING CHANGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
I . TRiAFAUGHn . . ! HORTicgduaai soci£T*» MONTHLY MEETING. AN IMPORTANT- STEP-DATE OF ANNUAL MEETING CHANGED. I. The monthly meeting of t'ErcommC"*' f tee of the toli^WncS'lay eventaQO ).J Buchanan . £•&lt;£ Jam"srt' Holls'Sr^™M dmH!t" ot^sugar beet s&lt;*wf wouW-'Be" seat to * ivetary of the society for free • be ,•' the seed to pay f5sfreight.--It resolved that the aoae.y-paf'lhe freight and give the seed away free. A. letter from Mr. Yule, secretary Of the mechanics' institute, stated that the committee had granted the free use of the hall for lectures by Government experts, under the auspices of the society.—Latter of thanks to be reference to a proposal to give £10 in prize money for the best two or three acre plot of potatoes. It was postponed until next meeting. On the motion of resolved that prized £2 and £1 !» awarded for the-fet acre of maize, to, he grown undeicertain specified conditions. S On tha'motion of Mr. Rolls it- was reshlved that this committee ...
The News. Nec temere, nee timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 06. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
■jglje Hews. PRINTED - AT -^rafaugar, published thurso "things. xliursda.y, sep 1'eaxhr&lt;^r„il: '05. kotss and comments. • satisfactorily Matters are pio„ iatic club. Two ^^elKl.fa .''L'^iSd by the com\x=req-\ allotted by the stage hjm hearsals "ill commence yext weeE"*^ Some months ago th'^ Government decided to give its patronage to the ANA exhibition of Australian manufactures and products, to beheld next January, and it has now resolved to devote £400 to the preparation of a good Government exhibit. When asked on Saturday how he intended to provide the £250,000 which he proposes to spend on roads in Gippsland, the Premier declined to sav remarking that all his financial proposals would be explained in liis ■V'^Wt.-ftneech. cn_ 11th TWt. Government has slightly iiitozjjiat the ' pay per yard for the removal of connection with the widening 0f Good" ing's drain, on the Moe Sifeamp_ jn_ structions have also been g^ven to have the work pushed on. with a^'Opidl^as . possible...
LABOR MARKET REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
LABOR MARKET REPORT?., . Horsley's Labor Agency, 480 Bourke street, Alelbouvue, ve^orts:— There is goM enquiry for gootf fotoi hactds and milkera^also.for capa^'i me a lor general work; compete^ loners' in good TMjaest; br'rek demand for carpenters, sawmvu fcamla, blacksmiths and wheelwright8;VnckeM ara. enqn\red for, but not njiHfe fornand. for bakers. Good men in nxM trades' . can now readily obtain empttyment. Wo .[note ruling wugcs as Julie***— Blacksmiths 'Ifjfr -to *>0a. per hand^A-'*>■ r to lis., engine drivers and hi??®!} Us., pullers out 7s. to 8s., buahuiJ? bullock and horse drivers, fallens 7s. to» 78. fid. per day. "Farm and station bauds—ililkere 15s. to 17s. 6d., ploughmen 20s. to 25s., clearers and rabbiters, 17s. 0d. to 20s., male cooks and bakers 20s. to 30a. per week and keep; married couples £65 to £80 per year and keep; butchers—Slaughter\x=req-\ men 45s. to 50s., shopmen 36s. to 42s., ordermen. 30s. to 35s. per week without keep, or from 10a. to 15s. less ...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
MELBOURNE CATTLE MAHKET Messrs. Adamson, Strettle and Co- i report under date 31st August:— Our market to-day was again, moderately supplied, consisting chiefly of dairy tattle and a few lines of young stock. Milkers.—This class was not too well represented both in number and quality. Best made from £9 to £11; second quality, £7 to £8 10s.; medium and inferior, from £5. ! Springers.—There was a moderate : yarding of this class. Good young , cows close to calving were in good j demand, making from £7 5s. to £7 15s.; extra, to £8 10s. Springing heifers, well-grown and good colours, from £6 5s. to £7 5s.; and in lines from £4 10s. to £5 5s. Young dairy cows, backward and in good condition, made from £4 5s. to £5 10s. Heifers, 20 months to . 2 vwn-a..nU j in lijMx., from 55s. to GCs. Steers, 18 to 20 months, at 51s.; 10 months to 15 months, 27s. to 35s. -
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. Messrs Skews and Patterson report having held tlieir usual weekly market at their yards, Warragul, on Thursday ]ast. There was a fair yarding of etoclr, but their condition wae, on the whole, vary low, and, except for good quality stuff, buyers were not anxious to operate. Figs continue to improve. Tlioy quote : Pigs, suckers fis to Ss.^alips 10| to 12s, stores 15s to 22e,.5gr\x=req-\ L8 16b, second do. L5 15s to L6 15s,'others from L5, springing heifers (best) L6 10a to L8, second do. L/L 15b to L6 5s, small and low-conditioned do. from L3 10s, do. 2yru L3 to L3 16b, do. 18m0B. 60s to 55s, do. pod\x=req-\ dies 20s to 25«, mixed do. 17s, 2yrs steers L2 I 128, bulla 40s to 50s.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. W. Q-. White, Australian Produce Auction Rooms, 491 to 497 Flinders Lane Waat, reports «s follows:— Cheese.—Market SUady. Fair supplies. Prime lines of new makes, 5}d, to 6d. Mediiun, new; to 6|d. .Loaf size .6d. to 6Jd. Inferior lota lower. Fresh Butter.:—Market Firm. Prime factory lump realised to Hid., a few special lots higher, prime separator, lOd to lOid. good 9id. to 9j[d.v poor lower. Eggs.—Market easier. Ordinary lines 71d. dozen. Private lines higher. Bacon.—Steady. Light town cured 8ides 6-Jd. to 7d.;" middles 7£&lt;1. to 8d.; hams to &lt;£d., 1fium,I:^i^1^be^^^!8eeawai lii Scl, perTb. Carcase Pork. — Finn. Friday only. Prime light weights, well-dreBsed, realised 4d. to 4£d.; medium and heavy weights 3£d. to 3|d. Choppers lower. Prime-realer® 3d, others l£d. to 2d. Poultry.—Good demand for prime table birds, poor lots very dull. Young roosters, good, realised 3s. 6d to Is. Od., a few special lots. Old ducks, 2s. to 2s. Sd.; Duckli...
TRAFALGAR PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
TRAFALGAR PIG MARKET. J. K. Jennings and Mclnnes report under date 1st Sept:-65 pigs were soM atadvanced rates. Light baconereius., porkers to 25s., stores to ISs., slips from 13s., suckers from 34. vssbel;.\x=req-\ Messrs. Adamson, Strettle and Co. report under qate 30th August:— 1830 pigs yarded. SiordiS.—A moderate yarding of this class, and, owing to the additional competition of a few country buyers, the demand was brisk at slightly firmer prices. Extra strong, 16s. to 20s.; good, 12s. to 15s.; suckers and slips, 3s. Cd. to 9s. Porkebs.'—A fair number penned, the demand being active at fully late rates. Prime heavy, 31s. to 36s.; prime medium, 26s. to 30s.; light, from 21s. Bacon Pigs.—Extra prime and weighty, 558. to 60s.; a few to 6^8.; prime "heavy, 46s. to 53s.; prime medium, 40s. to 46s.; light and intermediate, from 35s. Back. Fattens.—Extra prime heavy fats, from Cos. to 80s , the bulk making from 50s. to 60s.; rough descriptions, from 30s. taZZTtTifi? *1§ prices consequ...
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
DAIRYING "TnDUSTRY. At the meeting of the board of directors of the Trafalgar co-operative butter and cheese factory company limited, held ou Monday last, the following resolution was unanimously carried:— - That the Minister of AgricuW bo written to and informed that tlie directors of this company warmly approve of the action taken bv >1r. Crowe m advocating the manufacture of cream into batter in the country districts where it is produced, winch they eousider-js' ■in the best interests ot the producers
MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
MOE. The business of Thursday's court consisted of vaccination, school attendance and debt cases—in the latter Mr Gray (Gray and Hyams), late of Trafalgar, appearod as complainant, in supooiiof whose ckira° • HiB««iBuuy smn . I (Trafalgar) appeared to defend in several cases. Verdicts in the majority of the cases before the Bench, which consisted of Mr Cress\x=req-\ well, P.M., were given. A young man jjamed^Thomas Campbell met with a painfuNacci\x=req-\ dent on Mondaj last, when he split the large toe of the left foot with an adze he wa^nsing. He^fts, on the day followin^"iib»"'fi6currence, conveyed to Moe by Mr G. Atkins, and taken by train to Longwarry, where his parents reside. We are informed that there were | no fewer than 20 applicants for the position of shire dairy inspector. The council was oot quite clear as to their position as regards the appointment, and the same was allowed to stand over till the next meeting; in the meanwhile, th© Sa^ra tary is to write ancT "elicit ...
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
MARKET REPORTS. « TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. i Messrs. Jennings and Mclnues re- j port, under date 1st Sept.:—Moderate! yarding; 281 cattle, including Bevera] nice quality springers, which sold at i I advanced rates. Heifers 1 to 2 years (old were in good demand, il/ost of the | cattle unsold bjr. auctj^ ' ticifers, £4 15s. to £7, in lines at £4 5s., 4 7 6, £5 and £5 2s. 6d.t light. ; weight bullocks to £9, fat cows to £5 5s., 2-year-old heifers £3 &lt;fc., 18 months ; do. 48s. to 50s., yearlings from 35s., I good poddies from £1.
THE EASIEST WAY TO WASH LACE CURTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 6 September 1906
THE EASIEST WAY TO WASH . LACE CUETAINS. , " me airs must oe removea dv s&lt;»aing and eouaing them up and dora in .lather witty hot wa| i get out «8 much dirt but on no account wring *itk Wi h£iid. • Put into another tub oi 8vuasr-p»»" *£*&&&£ this lor some time. Add enough boiling water the suds lukewarm; wash the tarns through this, then xiatoj &ni be dipped: or il you"want'them"siting colour, nu*«W starch with txjid coffee or tea Moft addine th&lt;* 'boiling water to it The coarser the lace the thick# the 2ion ol stiffening. . tins the starch should aking, or the guslis For fite curtains and tieaped teaspoonful of dry t quart oi boiling water. Mix - with a very little cold water that the remainder i» ah- V ing before addij"^ beat il PlblUd i»to doubled.^-ffieri &lt;m Bh®e^.~i^SlodeHitely ' ~ w-curtains About Tea.—." Tea/' said a drowsiness, lightens and refreshes .tin. body and clears the perceptive fapuUy. Tea pcts^wiee on...
THE POULTRY YARD. THE INCUBATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 13 September 1906
THE POULTRY YARD. I THE' INCUBATOR. I Keep the burner clean. I St-ii the slwvc worlis freely. j : The best oil is always the best. Keel) a weatlior eye on the niacWne. I little low Is better tUaii "a little 1 high. ' There is no need to wash clean eggs for I.he machine, but dirty ones should certainly bo cleaned. Care of Brooder Chicks. Don't take the chicks from the machine until they are twenty-four hours old. Get the brooder nice and warm, and place the chicks in it in the afternoon. Feed grit and finely-cracked dry grain or pollard and oatmeal mixed very dry. •; If you prefer1 dry chick mixtures, ; havo a trough of it handy all the I Give them a quarter of an hour with ! it, ami a half-hour without. But have a little scattered amongst tli-3 litter so they can get it by worKing Bed the brooder-run with sand, or chait—the latter for preference, as a scratch inducer. If you give chicken mixture add granulated bone and charcoal lor health and growth. If you feed mash, leave it only ...
NINE OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 13 September 1906
NINE OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE, A sour /temper, because It destroys beauty. / Flirtation, because it kills love.; . - Affection, unless it is gi ven . to 01 P°idle bands, because it is -the man lag man's abomination. , . Badly-boiled" potatoes, because, mi riage arid indigestion never agree. Extravagance, because it leads poverty, as every man knows. The bi»b-heeled shoe, because it shows: Ihek of sense in the -wearer. Tears, because - the present-day bachelor believes they are meant to |
CHAPTER XXXVIII. An Unexpected Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 13 September 1906
CHAPTER XXXVIII. An Unexpected Meeting. Rupert stood at the " atom of the vessel as the last bell rang, and she slowly swung out from her moorings and began to steam down the harbor.\x=req-\ His arms were tightly folded acrbss his chest, which seemed laden with a ! hundred-p.oirfid weight; his face was pale and stern, his eyes moody and fixed upon the receding domes and spires of the great city that he had just left. There was a conflict of emotions his sonl, and rebellion was the fiercest of them ail—rebellion against his bit\x=req-\ | tor disappointment and the unrequited | love^that filled his heart. society'just then, even if he had; he cared little or nothing about the loca\x=req-\ wore to be his companions during the next eiaht days. • The day was perfect. It bad been oppressively warm in the city, but there \y;ts a delightful breeze upon the ocean and the air was delicious. There was not a cloud to be seen, and the sun shone around that floating world in matchless splendor, t...