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MEETING OF THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. PROPOSAL DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
MEETING OF. TH'I AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. PROPOSAL, DISMISSED. A special meeting of the Traral gon. Agricultural Society was held at the Traralgon H6tel on Wed nesday afternoon to consider the propisal of the .Maffra Agricul tural acJW. ttat aul t'ic ~isrrict snows snoulla oc abanaona t?hnls year. Inc preslaent (Mr. P. r: er jeantj who occupiM.?the cnarr,.ex plamena tnic ooject o0 the meeting. ne udddi that the ?rogress As ,.'~ion was unanirnously in favor of holding the show as usual.! Mr. Macdonald said as a mem ber of the Progress Association, he was opposed to the Maffra so ciety's proposal. Dr. Hagenauer moved that the show be held as usual. Mr. Mapleson seconded. Mr. Whittakers said that up to within a few steps of the door he had no, idea who was going to sup Vort the proposal, and who was against it. He was pleased to see the unanimous feeling in favor of holding~,the show. At first he thought there were some grounds for abandoning the show, but thi more he considered it the m...
Keeping the Wheels Going. NO STOPPING OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE. THE TRARALGON SHOW TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
Keeping the Wheels Going. NO STOPPING OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE. THE TRARALGON SHOW TO BE HELD. At the ordinary meeting of the Traralgon Progress Association on Tuesday night, Councillor Pettit moved: " That this association learns with. surprise of the impolitic proposal that the local agricul tural show should this year be abandoned owing to the war; as a representative meeting of Tra ralgon residents, having the in terests of the town and district at heart, we further hope that such a retrograde and unwise step will not in any- way be countenanced, unless graver cir cumstances that at present exist; should warrant it." He could not understand why such a proposal had been made. It would' be a reflection on their pro fessed patriotism, and members of a public body wvobltl be .false to the government ,which was, ask ing the people to keep cool and to keep trade and industry moving as before. The British navy was proving the protector of the sea borne commerce. It had to bottle up the Ge...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
WATERGLASS. - Now is the time and Season for Preserving Eggs. Do so, by using Challman's Waterglass, never known, to fail. Is, Bottle preserves 20 dozen eggs. Obtainable at Challrfian's Phar macy, and at all Stores in the dis trict., Spaecal M neryer E are pleased to mention that we have secured the Services of MISS RAMSAY, from Melbourne, chrg OO Showtoom • ,?o take'leo •f . _~r~ -IreISS RAISAP~ 's'-a' first-Class Milliner,'with ex "ceptional experience, and we feel quite sure that her Work will recom mend herto our Customers and the SLadies of Traralgon generally. IN ADDITION, MISS RAMSAY has a thorough Kndowledge of hladies and Children's Wear, And LADIES can look forward to Careful and Experienced Attention. psland o Trading a Co., he Leading Gippsland, rapers, :: 9 Traralgon. Your Eyes need at ention. D)o not nelect.f them' Cnn;siilt R. A Williims Ouaiified Op. tician at A II. CRO?,S's. Tr, ralgon Bazaar and General Newsagency. CARTER & HUNT, S The Distinctive Tailors, ...
MONAC'S LIVING MODELS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
MONAC'S LIVING MODELS ----o- -0 Residents of Traralgon and sur rounding districts will have the practical results ol physical culture placed before them to-night, when Monac, assisted by Mizses Ashen den ,Miller and Hamilton, will give demonstrations of physical culture, muscular development, control and living statuary. The proceeds are to be devoted to the patriotic fund Our exchanges give good reports of these exhibitions. Physical cul ture is beijg introduced into our schools, much to the benefit of our children. No one should miss this address and display, as it deals Wvith a number of cardinal rules of health, and the demonstration will bring to mind the importance of caring for and cultivating the hu, man body. The perfection to which one can bring the body. by physical culture will be shown by the experts. Citizens should avail themselves of this zhance to get in formation. The demonstration will be an eye-opener to the audience. The members of the A.WV.A. are co-operating, ...
TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. At a meeting of the above on Wednesday afternoon, some busi ness in connection with the next show was transacted. There were present Messrs. Serjeant (presi dent), W. Christensen (secretary), T Powell, G. Dawson, Pettit, H. Mapleson, Whittakers, J. Dunbar; Johns6n, Watson, P. Dunbar, W. Macdonald, Gilmour, W. Little and Dr. Hagenauer. The minutes were confirmed, on the motion of Messrs. P. Dunbar and Mapleson. In accordance with the resolu tions passed at the previous meet ing, the secretary had written to the Hospital Carnival committee, of Sale, stating that the committee regretted that they had chosen the same date for the carnival as that selected for the Traralgon show. The shoWv 'had been held in the corresponding week each year, and as arrangements had already been made they could not altes the date. There had been no reply to thiss The chairman said that the sub sidy of the list show was £34. The following 'collectors- were appointed: Traralgo...
The War Fund. LOCAL AND DISTRICT CONTRIBUTIONS. TRARALGON [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
The War Fund. LOCAL AND DISTRICT CON TRIBUTIONS. TRARALGON The following amounts have been co.lected under tile auspices of tile Traralgon shire council (Mlr WV. \est, treasurer): J. G. Keys, £1 is; Coupar Bros, L1 is; A. K. T. Sambell, L1 is; W. Chlappell, £1 is; J. I'. IKnight, £1 s; T'. Waitc, V'i is; T. Pettit, £1 ls; D. Turner, I(C1; R. Griffiths L1; A. Motton, .1; J. Mayze, 10s 6d; J. Chenhall, 10s 6d(1; E. Bell, 5s; P. Maher, 5s; W. Thomas, 5s; T. Carey, 4s; S. Berryman, 2s. IMrs. Horne and Mrs. N. M'Le;an have collected a considerable sum, and given a good deal of their time The full list of subscribers will be published in Tuesday's issue of the "Journal."
LABOR AND WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
LABOR AND WAR. At the meeting of the Traralgon branch of the Victorian Railway Empioyees' Union on Sunday af" ternoon, the fo!lowing resblution was adopted: That this meeting of railway em ployees protests against the loss of human life in the present war, and urges organised labor through' out the world to use its influence for the restoration of peace. ;It also urges the establishment of a .tribunal to settle all international disputes.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
SSave : your . money. YAG. CGRISTEiSEi'S IS STILL Going Strong. ONLY A Few More BARGAINS LEFT. I Big Bar gains. Ringing Values. Big Savings for You. WANTED,--Applicauts for share Dairy far n, about 70 cows. Six wrkers (3 males) if possible. M'DONALD BROS., Koonwarra --ia Leongatha. S H. LAFRENZ, ... GENERAL CARRIER, TRARALGON, lest Firewood Supplied. Rub bid removed, anld any kind of car tg done. Orders left at Dunbar's .d?rry Stables, Hosham Street, will beottwnded to. UPPER TRARALGON CREEK OPENING NEW HALIL. C-JNCERT and BALL! 'lIJURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Srd, An enjoyable evening assared GOOD FLOOR. MONLIGHT. 'Admisdion to Concert, l1 6d, cktld en, half-pricge; admission .t dance, 3s. JOHN HOGG, H6n. Sec. FO RS -LE.-Strawlcrry Clover Rats, any quanttlty. Apply W. IhA NPLEY, Upper Flynn's Ck. SIWPFOIrD and HOSKEN, Salicitor;, have Trust Monies to tiil. Low rates of Interest, TO LADIES OE TRARAL GON & DISTRICI. IMISS I3PAY, I FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON SENDS A MESSAGE. She also Invit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
E. L. BRUCE, (Late H. C. Jones). LAND, FINANCE and COM IP iSION AGENT, Surveyor and S~rorn Valuator. Agent for: the Yorkshire Fire Insuranee Co., awd A:cident Insurance Co., and the Equity Trdstees Co. Ltd. Office: TRARALGON. QUEENSLAND. 1Whe Rev. L. T. COPELIAND, of Mundubberra, Queensland, who zs temporarily superannuated on aceouunt of sickness, invites; cor re~pondence from anyone wanting to select land; purchase sheep, cattle or horse stations, or truit, lucerne, wheat, sugar or datiry farns in Queensland. T. i. IOW & CO., HOTHAM ST., TRARALGON. T. H: ROW: Sworn Valuator. ACGQOUNTANTS, AUDITORS, ASSURANCE & GENERAL i' AGENTS. Agents for London and Lanca hire Fire Insurance Co., National Mutual Fire Assurance Associa tibm, Norwich Union Fire Assur ance Co., Ocean Accident and rantee Society, the Fourth Vidtorian Building Society, Adam nan, Strettle and Co., Stock and Station Agents. Btoldart and laclean, THE NEW BUTCHERS, F OR QUALITY. Corned Meat SSmall Goods a ...
Women and the War. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
Women and the War.-A meet ing of the ladies was held in St. James' Hall, Traralgon, on Wed nesday afternoon, to continue the good work- initiated last Saturday, namely, to provide articles "of wearing apparel for the troops for ming the Australian expeditionary force. There was a good atten dance, and a large quantity of ma terial was cut up for garments, and distributed. The cash donations are being used to purchase material locally. So far there has been a very generous response to the ap peal. There will be another meet ing hat the same placb at 3 p.m. on' Wednesday afternoon next, and a cordial invitation is given to all whb can assist in this deserving cause. "Keep the wheels go:ng round." -" I am going to go on as if there was no war in Europe. Here is a lorry load of goods coming for mei' Thus said Mr. Mac. Christensen, during the conversation on the proposal of the Maffra Agricul tural Society to abandon all the Gippsland shows, owing to the war. That is just the way the Imp...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. . Church. of England. Traralgon 11 and 7, Glengarry, 3.-Rev. W. J.. T. Pay. Hiamdale 11,. Traralgon South 2.30, Gormandale 7.30.-Mr. Craig. Presbyterian Church. Hazelwood South 11.30, Jeera lang' West 2.30, Jeeralang North, 7.30.-R. O. Yule. - Calligrgee 11, Kjergaard 2.30, and Cairrajung .-Mr. Miles. 7 Traralgon 11 and 7 (subject :Thd Second Coming of Christ), Tyers 2.30.-Rev. J. Smith. Methodist Church. Traralgon 11 (patriotic service), and 7 (temperance sermon), Glen garry 3 (patriotic address); open air (Traralgon, weather permitting) )-Rev. W. H. Scirr. 'Baptist Church. STraralgon 11 and 7 (H.C.)- Rev G. W,. Paice.
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
TELEPHONE TkuNK LINE RATES. 8 min. each add. 3 min Morwell ... 2d ... 2d Glengarry ... 2d .. 2d Toongabbie ... 2d *.. 2d Moe ... 3d ... 3d Cowwarr ... 3d ... 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's'Creek 3d ... 3d T'rafalgar ... 4d ... 3d Yarragon . 6d ... 5d Sale ... 6d .. 5d Walhalla ... 6d ... Mafra ... 8d ... 6d Heyfield ... 8d .. 6d Newry ... 8d ... 6d Tinamba ... 8d ... 6d Warragul ... 8d ... Id Yarram ... 1/4 ... 1/
REMARKABLE RESPONSE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
REMARIKABLE RESPONSE. At the meeting of the Traralgon Progress Association on Tuesday night, the chairman, Mr. Clark son, said that he was pleased the shire council had voted a sum of money towards the Lord Mayor's patriotic fund. .He' thought the association-should vote a sum. ,It. might not be much, but it would show the spirit behiind the gift. Mr. Morgan did not see the ne cessity for the association voting money, as all the members had given something. Members might give a few shillings more, and send it in the name of the associa tion. Mr. P. Dunbar said that he had already rgiven something, but ho would rather the association should make a donation to the fund than individual members should make a further donation. On the motion of Messrs. Cross and Dunbar it was agreed to vote' £2 2s. The employees of the Adelaide Municipal Tramway Trust have ag reed to give a percentage of their salaries and wages during the cur rency of the war. The Hidelberg council has vo ted I(100; Pres...
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXOHANOGB. 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 W. A. Clark io THE JOURNAL (W. Chappell). x Whittaker Bros. Ii J. English 13 Shire Hall 14 J. D. Campbell 15 J. S. Milligan x6 Robert Farmer 17 Nurse Miller 18 Gippsland Trading Coy. 19 F. L. Grubb, jnr. 20 Mathieson and Davis 21P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H. Row 23 Serjeant and Bruce 26 A. M'Lean and Co. 27 G. H. Monds 28 Grand Junction Hotel. 29 Railway Station 30 Savings Bank. 3r 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 40 F. Grubb 41. J. Robinson. 42 R. F. Webb 43. W. Christensen and Co. 44. R. Widdis. 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay4 46 Picone 47 W. M'Donald 18 H. Campbell
Patriotic Fund. REFERENCES AT ROSEDALE COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
Patriotic Fund. REFERENCES AT ROSEDALE COUNCIL MEETING. At the meeting of the Rosedale council mecitng on Monday, the president (Counci!lor Futcher) mo ved :- " That this council contribute for the Shire of Rosedale' "25 as an initiative to. a patriotic fund for local consideration to assist the movement started by the Lord Mayor of Melbourne, and that the secretary be au thorised to receive and acknow ledge all subscriptions." He said that, notwithstanding the high state of civilization that the -world had reached, there was now ;,aging in Europe the greatest war in -history. It had been brought .about by the influence of one man -the Emperor of Germany. The effect of the war would be felt if 'Australia, and sonime thousands of ~Australians had volunteered to as sist the Motherland. The Em peror of Germany had declared war against Russia, but he and the Czar of Russia were the only monarchs in the world who had the power to tdeclare war without any reference to the parliament of th...
THE CHURCH AND THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
THE CHURCH AND THE WAR The Methodist church has issued to all her ministers throughout the Commonwealth, the following pra yer, for use in the churches of that denomination on Sunday next. Among other suggestions to Me thodists, the president of the Con ference also enjoins that: (1) "At noon every day, whorever we may be, let us lift up our heart #I prayer for the Empire, and all af fected by the war. We shn'l find inspiration in the toucht:rh that at the moment tens ot thousands of our brethren are engaged in the same act of mntercession. (2) "\We would encourage our people to respond generously to the Pat riotic Fund which is being raised for the help of sufferers through the war." Our readers wi'l note'that in the local Methodist church, at the Pat riotic Service on Sunday morning next, a retiring collection will be taken un for the Patriotic Fund. "God Save the King."
TO METHODISTS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
TO METHODISTS. To the Editor Dear Sir,-Permit .me of your generosity to make an official ap peal to the peoIle called Metho dists, to all in the local community who regard me as their spiritual leader. The Reverend, the presi dent of our Conference, has is sued certain instructions and ad vice, consonant with the present important and anxious moment in national affairs, which I will read at the public service in our church on Sunday morning next. The ser vice on that morning will be our Special Patriotic Service; the ser mon and singing all bearing upon the present Imperial need; the church will be appropriately de corated with British insignia; and I am also asking our people to re spond to the appeal of the Patriotic Fund,. in a special retiring collec tion to be taken at the door at the close of that morning service. I wish, Sir, through you, to urge upon allI our people to be in their pews in our church for that ser vice, even if at personal inconveni ence; to wear some ribbon j...
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. GIPPSLAND. X Bennett, James. Wise, George Henry. Election Day: SEPTEMBER 5. [W. Chappell, Traralgon.]. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 August 1914
HOUSE OF. REPRESENTATI VES. GIPPSLAND. x Bennett, James. Wise, George Henry. :Election Day: SEPTEMBER 5. [W. Chappell, Traralgon.]. The date of the elections is rapidly drawing near, being less than a fortninght off. The war crisis has completely overshadowed the Federal elections during the past two or three weeks. But it is important that electors should dlevote a little of their time to carefully considering the policy oS the two parties. It waverers will do this they will choose the Liberal candidate in every case. It is very n.ecessary that Gippsland Liberals should poll every vote for both Houses and no Liberal must ima gine that his or her vote will not be missed. [W. Chappell, Traralgon.]. The members of the Labor party in this national crisis are arrogan tly claiming that that party are the authors of the present Australian defence policy. VWhatever opiniond are .expressed on party politics, 'during the present elections, de fence should have been raised high above party co...