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[?] [?]IATION [?] WON BY [?]AR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
5tch lor the _ „ ... Gippsland Association, took place yesterday afternoon at War\x=req-\ ragul, between Trafalgar and Traral\x=req-\ gon. A special train ran through from Traralgon to Warragul, conveying, a large number oi passengers. The jn&tch created great interest through\x=req-\ oat the district, and there waa a very large gathering of spectators on the ground. The jnatoh was won by Trafalgar, and on their .return hopie the .. victors were iear^ly cheered by a , ^reat.Qrowd on the station. Results:— , Trafalgar, 1. goals 5 behinda Traralgon, 3 goals 9 behinde.
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Messrs. Adamson, Strettle and Co. report under date 13th September:— 1500 pigs yarded. Stores.—Owing to the brisk competition of country buyers, sales wore animated throughout at improved rates. Extra strong, 19s. to 23s.; 'seconds, 14s. to 17s.; slips, 8s. to 12s.; suckers, 7s. to 10s. Porkers,—Prime heavy-weights, 37s to 408., a few higher; prime medium, 28s. to 358.; light, from 24s. Bacon Pkjs.—The bulk of those forward, consisting of prime heavyweights, made from 58s. to 66s.; prime medium, 53s. to 57s.; prime light, 45s. to 50s.; a few intermediate sorts, from 40s. Back Fatteus were in good request at full prices. Extra heavy fats realived from £4 5s. to £6 7s. 6d.; prime and weighty, 60s. to 75s.; seconds and inferior, from 40s. Calves.—A very heavy supply, prices being easier. We sold 48, from 2s. 6d. to 15a. Messrs McPhail Bros and Co., report under date 13th September, 1906. About 1,150 pigs yarded for today's sale. . Stores — Fair supply. Extra stron...
TRAFALGAR CRICKET CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
TRAFAkCAR CRICKET CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. s1! Tire annual meeting MMMn jpy cricket club-was held on Tuesday -J- xae balance-sheet showed * defi-1 'ciency of aboiit£3, but as against the club had property to that] tion. Dr. Smithwick was elected pre-] ■sideat. Messrs. Hey wood and Warren j • - vice-presidente, Mr. Sullivati treasurer, Mr. Mclnues ae&lt;iretaiy, and Mr. Hej\x=req-\ wood delegate. Several committeemen and a large number of pations were -also eleoted. Trophies were offered by the president and Mr. William*. .The -subscription was fixed at 5s. for - - playing members and 2a. 6d. for non\x=req-\ players. • Por Children* Hacking Cough' at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Oure, lc.&lt;(kL\x=req-\ Whhs. Bx ib Nor A Fool.—A man is liearly I always », fool;If 'lte be'jroting1'the world says, a When'W is older he >will know more." -If fie-tie older it Bay> "Ho ,iB old .enough' to know wetter." Ajnd when he ia old it says, • .. Therein m ^»d o£ Joel.equa) toano...
WILLOWGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
WILLOWGROVE. A large gatherin^MNtads and ipupils aasemble^ffTthe PuoH^Hall on the 12th to bid farewUl to Mr Joseph Gfornwell, who has meld the positiorfof head teacher in the locarState school with mucj^redit for the pasi^^v^amUaJjrfff years, during which tirn3'"fl3-has worked iodefatigably in the interests of his pupMs and the district. Dancing, interspersed with songs and class recitation*, was indulged in throughout the evening. After supper, which was a recherche repast, Master W. Laf&'ont (a pupil) i stepped forward, and, on behalf of the scholars and frien'Hs, in a neat speech presented Mr CVrnwll with a handsome gold medal, of' a sym\x=req-\ bolje laimi design, inscribed as follows :—"ToMr J.Cftrnwell, from friends and pupils of- S.S. 252U, Latrob"! River." Mr Corn'well, in accepting the gift, thanked his pupils and friends for the many kindnesses extended towards him during his .stay here. Oh resumiog his seat, all present rose and vociferously sang " For he's a joll...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Messrs. Adamson, Strettle and Co. report under date 14th. September:— Owing to the Royal Show being held in Melbourne last week, there was no sale of dairy cattle here last Friday, consequently the supply lo-day, although not very large (710 head), waa still in excess of what we have bad for several weekB past,. All classes of cattle were well represented, and a good attendance of buyers. Milkers.—Good dairy sorts were in better demand, and prices all round sbowed an improvement. Our top price was £10 2s. 6d. for a cow on : her second calf, and sold several others | at from £10 to £7 10s. for good dairy sorts; second quality, from £6 to £7; inferior, from £5. Si'Rikoeb8.—Best cows, close up, made from £7 to £8 2s. 0J.; a few . odd ones higher; second quality, from £6 to £6 15s. There is nothing special to report in young cattle.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
f Professional Notices. medical. VDR, G. W. SMITHWICK HAS' commenced tbe Practice of bis prO\x=req-\ lMSiW in TRAFALGAR, And ti»ay be Consulted at Reeves' coffee palace. YARRAGON Visited DAILY, from 11 to 12 o'clock. THORPDALE Visited every i'EIDAY, at 2 p.m. Medical course in Edinburgh, and spent five years in England doing Special Hospital FOLLWlNG APPOINTMENTS,-— ?»«aior House S-urgtou and Medical Stipe tin tendent to Borough General Accident Hospital, Liverpool. Senior House Surgeon Eye and Eur Infirmary, Liverpool. Clinical Assistant Skin Hospital. Clinical Assistant Wornens* and Children's Infirmary, Liverpool. j#325)31)! Surgeon Eastern Hospital, Liver\x=req-\ NURSE DAVIE S, V!ctorta-street. WARRACUL (Late Mrs. Woods' residence.) accommodation for ladies. TERMS MODERATE. [a card.] J. A. WILMOTH SON, SOLICITORS, MELBOURNE akd. TRAFALGAR. Mr. R. J. Wttmotb Visits Trafalgar on First and Third Saturday in eacij month. (Commissioners for taking Affidavit). [A card.] HUBERT KELLY, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
Financial. TRUST MONEY, MOE SWAMP LANDS. We have a Large Amount of MONEY TO LEND On the pbove Lands, at from 4 per cent. upwards. • A. McLEAN and CO., Tbjuialgon. FARMERS. FARMERS. FARMERS. .If you want to J3\zy cv JPcurnx I£ you want to Sell yoxLV JTcltttl If you want a \Doclti on yovL7> JPa,TTn\ LJjocLTb otl Live Stock\ Implements, Deeds, or any Security On Most Reasonable Terms, You will SAVE MONEY AND TIME ( By communicating with JOSEPH FLANAGAN, AGCOUNTANT, Land, Estate and Financial Agent, Buildings, 150 Queen St., MELBOURNE. WE have a largo amount of MONEY t LE$D at 4-i per ceiic., in large an •mall sums on COUNTRY LANDS, for term of 2, 3, 4, 5, or 7 years, with the optio luciug principal when dcs'red: Full I THE CHEAPEST XfiKEI IN AUSTRALIA. CREDIT FONCIER. LOANS TO FARMERS | In sums from £50 to £2000 .AT 4| PER CENT. FOB,-30i YEAKS, I With option of paying off all or part any half-year. debts or Crown Beats, Part Purchase Land, I Purchase Stock, Implements, Seed, etc., t...
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free of cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SUNDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 23, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free of .cost, but: moat 'reach the office hj Wednesday moaning tq ensure jrabliM&pnJ l'; 8tnrtJirl Nfiixi September 23, 1906. "&lt; Wesletak Gg0R0B.7-TrafaJ^r, 11 a.m., Mr. Gibletti Trafalgar, 7 p.m., Rev. Edwards s.; Trafalgar South, 3 p.m., Mr;- Giblett; Coalville,- 3 p.m., Bey. Edwards; Tborpdale, S pjn., U(. Aiiers; I'borpdale South, 11 a.m.,! Rer. Edwards a.; barracan,. 7 p.m.,' Mr.. Akars; Ucw, 7 p.m , Mr. Cauntar; Tanjil Sgutii, 2.30 p.m.j- Mr. Green; Hili -Kud, 11, a.m., MjyOreeii;,&wauip 3 Mr. SteeL FRESBYTEBiiX Cudbcw.—^T|»e, Kev.-. J. A.-. "Taylor will conduct services next Sunday as: fouovra:—Moe, 11 a.m; Yarragon 3 p.m.; Trafalgar, 7 p.m. ; '' ■
The News. Nev temere, nec timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, '06. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
■®f)e Oleics . Jftfc&nww, ne© twucie. PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR* Published Thobsday • Mobnikos. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, '06. NOTES AND COMMENTS. The annual meeting of the QMMfear turf club will be held next Monday evening, at Mrs. Hicks' Criterion , The TNNIgBt brass band played .pA1 selected programme of mu the main street last" Wednesday* m^t^j^TattTOCted a large gail of apect4tbf«," ati^:d7W=^orth rfa^w^bfe'Toniineittia on1 thy im ■rneut baiuyaadg'fey-the perfoiSbej under Ba Satisfactory progress is being made with the sugar beet experiments in this district.- Haif a dozen quarter\x=req-\ acre plota have been selected at Tr%«&lt; : falgar and t>n the Moe Swamp^^Ge laud is.beiog.rjurtaBly prepareo; and th^jwp^^^^^^SBS§ra3fcia,e,k™ss' una^rjue^^^Mn-of^^ Agricultural department. A two days bazaar will be held in Trafalgar on "Friday and Saturday, 5th "and 6th next'month, oy the Roman Catholic denomination, for the purpose of raising funds towards the alterations an...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
VARIETIES. Miller's Pie.—Peel and cot some apples as for an applo pio, and lay th-Jin in Jayerrf in a pie-dish; on tnis' lay slices of mutton and minced onioin ; sprinkle with pepper, salt and sugar. Cover the whole with a good thick paste. This pie requires to be .wyll baked. You may use beef cut into small dice-shaped pieces, with slices oi streaky or thin bacon, seasoned and mixed with apples. Trinidad Cake.—To a pooDd of f allow half a pound of butter, half a pound of castor sugar, a quarter of i pint of boiling milk, three eggs, i pinch of grated nutmeg, the riud of . lemon, half a pound (good weight) o currants, a quarter of a pound of mixed candied peel, and a teaspoonful of baking powder. Bub the butter into flour and sugar; when it is well mi: pour on to it the boiling milk, stir it v then add the eggs, lightly beaten, the nutmeg, grated lemcli rind, currants, and peel, the latter cut in fine strips ^ beat together-.'Ightly, add the baking powder, be$; .or four minutes, pou...
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. Messrs Skews and Patterson report having held theirusual weekly market at their ywrd6, Warragul, 011 Thursday i last. There was a full yarding of cat\x=req-\ I tie, which were in better demand, and nearly everything was cleared. Pigs continued in brisk demand, and tbe sharp rise quoted a fortnight ago coni tinues. They quote :—Pigs, suckers, ! 8s 6d to 13s 6d, slips 14s to 15s Gd. stores ids to 23s, porkers 2Gs to 34s, sows, empty, 37s to 50s, do. in pig £2 15s to £4 2s 6d, baconers 50s to 58s 6d. Cattle (300 yarded), no fats; store cows, best, £3 7s 6d to £3 12b 6d, second do. 60s to 65s, others from 50a, aged and inferior from 30sto 40s, milkers and springers, beat, £7 10b to ^8 15s, do. aged and low condition £4 to £4 K)s, springing heifers, best, £6 to £6 15s, second do. £5 to £5 5s, others from £4. All classes of young stock showed a slight improvement on last quotations. Also, privately, during the week, 20 superior at £7 7s, and several lines young stock....
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
MAKKLT reports. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes report, under - data 15th . Sept.:—480 cattle yarded, and nearly nil sold. The demand for springers was dull, although a large numter changed liunde at lower prices than usual. Stores, futs and young cattle were more keenly competed for. Milkers to £8 7s." Gel.; springers from £5 10s. to £1 7s. Gd.; springing heifers to £6 17s. (id.; 3-year-old heifers, forward £7 17s. Gd.; light weight bullocks, £7 78. Gd.; fat cows, £5 10s.; store cows to £3 15s.; 3-year-old steers, j £4 158.; yearlings from 33s. to 40s.
FLAVOR OF CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
■^rtAVOR OF CREAM. smell of man. Hence while it la a simple and practical problem for all creameries to adopt various schemes, In due justice to the producer as well as the creamcryman, there should be, in as many places or centres as the busine&s' would pefmit, men who are competent and efficient in judging flavor and odor of crcam. Such a man, in order to give universal satisfaction, must have some experience in the judging of cream. He must, furthermore, have some knowledge of the physical and chemical, properties of milk and cream. In short, he should be a man well versed in dairy lines Jn order to impart information to those who need it, and at the same time stimulate and keep up the progress in dairying. Every time an old bachelor hears a • baby cry he takes a fresh grip on his resolution to remai* single. One strange feature in the advance of civilisation has been the decline of the bath. Washing in the golden age of Greece and Rome was a flue art, and baths were buil...
CREAM SUPPLIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
CREAM 8UPPL1ER8. oxrKtss Malthjr Cowa fe sterile, a„d we too™ from experience (writes D. Cuddle, a dairy inspector of repute) that It cannot be extracted under ordinary conditions without becoming to some ex tunt c°ntamin&ted, but we also know iog and the subsequent treatment of milk. Unfortunately, we have no simple, accurate and rapid means of de tectmg the impurities in milk unless the deterioration has reached the stage when the milk has become tainted or sour to the taste or smell. This places the men on the receiving platform of our factories at &. great disadvantage, therefore they frequently weigh in supplies which contain innumerable putrefactive germs, that later on develop and indicate their presence in the nnished product when it is placed on the market. The factory manager may, by skilful manipulation, liave turned out what appears to- be a flrst\x=req-\ class article, but it lacks keeping quality, and the receipt or report by. let.er or cable from the p...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
MULTUM IN PARVO. Trafalgar Choral Society. Great bazaar neit month. For first-class printing at-moderate prices, try this office. Advertise in this paper and your business will prosper. Trafalgar agent for the. News— Mr. J. Buchanan, news agent, &c. The net profit on the recent Royal Agricultural show was £5553. Annual meeting Trafalgar horticultural society next Wednesday evening. The Yarragoa dramrtic club has entered for the Warragul competition. A very choice' selection of flowers at the daffodil show in Trafalgar last week. Jennings' and Mclnnes' next fortnightly sale at Trafalgar on Saturday October 6. All descriptions of Job Printing executed at the News office—quickly, neatly, cheaply. Mathieson Davis fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, September 22. Snakes are beginning to make their appearance. Several have lately been killed in this locality. Mr. R. J. Wilmoth, solicitor, visits Trafalgar fortnightly—every alternate Satui-day. Next visit, Saturday, O...
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. PROPRIETORY FIRMS. HOW THEY PAY THEIR PATRONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
—^ TH* DAIRYING INDUSTRY, PROPRIETORY FIRMS. HOW THEY PA* THEIR PATBON8. We take the following extracts from a pamphlet issued by Mr Charles Lane De Boos, secretary of the Euroa Butter and Ice Compay. The writer has dealt with several problems in an exhaustive'way, and his contribtions will be eagerly read by factory patrons and officers. We reconvnend a perusal of the follow* ing " Immediately before the presentation of the Milk Supervision Bill 1905, to the Legislative Council, a deputation of representatives of proprietary firms interested in the trade waited on the Minister of I Agriculture and succeeded in getting clause 33 of the Milk Supervision Act amended from 44 butter tat con\x=req-\ tents'1 to " butter fat basis." This enabled them to continue paying for commercial butter on a fixed overrun. This system, I maintain, is altogether unfair, and Jends itself to manipulation, and is confusing to suppliers, when different factories allow overruns Varying from 15 to ao per cent...
WARRAGUL HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 20 September 1906
WARRAGUL HORSE SALE. Messrs. Skews and Patterson also report having held their usual quarterly borse sale on 12th iuatant. There was a fair yarding of horses, and the demand for good young stock was keen. Aged and inferior were, as usual, dull of sale. They quote as uo\x=req-\ : der Superior draughts L38 to L47, | second class do. L«r25 to L33, aged do. : L17 to L22, others from L15; rae\x=req-\ I dium, draughts, good ages, L25 to • L30, second class do. L15 to L20, aged do. L12 to L14, best hacks L15 to 1 L20, second do. L10 to L12, nged L4 I 10s to L8, ponies, best, L10 10s to I L15, others L7 to L9, childrens' do. I L8 to L10, and orhers at similar prices>