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POWER OF RECOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
POWER OF RECOVERY. Mahy young people may be dis appointed that we are not in the centre 'of 'the fight. They would like to. be striking in this supreme crisis for right and liberty. But war is no picnic, not even for an idyllic death. It is ugly vicious ness, spreading ruin and degra dation, and its company is dirt, disease and lust. Our share in the world's horrors may be drab and dull, but it is far more toler ,able than the desolation of homes, and the ghastly torture of beautiful young life. And our power of re cuperation makes us specially well circumstanoed. We will recover quickly, for our trade is in pri mary produce, for which the de niand is 'unlimited. We will even profrt greatly, for exhausted Euro pean countries will not bid in the market against us, and there will be rich harvests in good pricos for wool, grain, 'dairy produce, miner als and meat. The staple indus tries represent three-fourths of our wealth, ind are the bulk of our employment; and many of our manufactu...
AUSTRALIANS AS EUROPEAN WARRIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
AUSTRALTANS AS EUROPEAN WARRIORS. Good progress is being made with training and equipment of the expeditionary force of 20,000 men. Australia is giving her best. It will be an army representing. the flowwer of The Commonwe.th. The call seems to have appealed prin cipally to the strongest and mos.t intelligent among our young men, for the volunteers excell in physi que and character. Such is thd view of experienced men who have seen the armies of th& world, and who agree that the recruits are of the best possible type. Numbers have been insufficient in Victoria, but throughout Australia there have been many more eligible ap plicants than there are positions (?'he despatch of these Australians brings the fighting very newr to the Australian homes. It makes us realise that we are in truth at war, that the struggle has called us to hae a hand in thg supreme effort, and that blood and muscle are needed to repel a cruel tyrant, and to prevent militarists from mauling civilization....
CALLIGNEE BUTTER FACTORY CO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
CALLIGNEE BUTTER FAC TORY CO. The 40th half-yearly meeting of the above company was h~el. at thde Callignee butter factory on' the.. 14th inst. A bare quorum htten ded, and MIr. W.i Tanner, chairman of 'directors, presided. The following report was sub mitted:- " Your directors have pleasure in Submitting statement of accounts for the past seasoi, which, consi dering the very unfavorable con ditions experienced-an unusually cold -wet spring, followed by as abnormallr dry summer, and seri ous bush fires, which enforced the closing of the factory at the be ginning of April-must be consi dered very satisfactory. The cream supplied and resultant butterfat totalled for the season 162,9274 lbs. - and '12,503 lbs. respectiveIy, the overrun averaging 17.45 per cent. , About G2 tons of 'butter were exported, the great bulk of same obtaining high prices, 'and good grading reports in- Lonidon, which reflect redit on the:factory manager, Mr H. F. Ashburn; while nearly five tons were sold in Mel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
STOCKCTAK NG SALE Now ON All W nter . - Goods - Mosggt go. Remnants to be CLEARED RIGHT OUT. SDon't Miss YCou Chance H. W. BOND, G ENERAL DRAPER, TRARALGON. · · t_ I ma tarry, deep-sea sailor, Many a gale I've weathered thro', In a stiff blow I'in no sea'er, And I know a thing or two, Yo-ho! Though I'm fond of rum nid braccy, Yet experience makes mie sure, That when tars get hoarse and husky, They used Woo s' I eppermint Cure. The Glppsland ara ivorthecr Co-operative Selling Company, Limited begs to advise its numer ous clients throughout Gippeland that it has made arrangements for conducting sales of Carcase Meat (yealers and Porkers). The first sale wih be held on Frilay, the 24th July, and every Fri:lay there after. The company will be pleased it intending consigners will write for labels.-Advt. N COLBECK'S Curative Syrup Cures' Indigestion and checks Acidity and Kidney Troubles. You who suffer from Constipation and Piles, will obtain speedy relief. Obtainable at Challman's Phar ...
THE THREE AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
THE THREE AUSTRALIANS No men triore thoroughly realise the seriousness of the position than the three men who to-day are guid ing Austra'ia's destinies-Mr. Cook Mr. E. D. Millen, and Sir William Irvine. They are in daily conimu nication with London; have lear ned from the London government of the many stern aspects of the crisis, and know. from their own financial, naval, and military offi cers of the supreme dangers of the civilised world. Yet they are al ways cheerful,' enthusiastic and optimistic, and their consistently bright bearing is sufficient to allay public anxiety. They know more than they can at present tell the public; but ithat the news 'is good is evident from their confident smi les. "All is well," is the message that flashed rout from London, and there is little cause to doubt that all will be well in the end; though we shall have many reverses, and many sad losses of good ships and good men. The scene at Federal head quarters has been distinguis shed throughout by ...
THE NAVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
THE NAVIES. 'The difference between the two flagships, Iron Duke and Fredrich der Grosse, illustrates the difter ence between the two navies. Jel licoe's ship is 26,400 tons, has a speed of 24- knots, ten 13.5 inch guns, mounted in double turrets on tthe centre line, twelve 6-inch guns a.s a torpedo craft repelling armament, two twelve pounders for air-craft, and a huge weight of armour. The German flagship car ries on 12-inch guns, and is of 23,310 displacement. Happily, there are four more Iron Dukes rapidly approaching completion. They may eve.n now be steaming out to join their mighty sister ship. Indeed, every week that passes without a blash between the two dreadnought fleets increases Great 'Britain's chance. True, there may be weakening through the attacks from the German submarines and destroyers; but Great Britain has 13 battleships, building, and these are being hurried,. fo?ward. And there are little Turkey's two dread noughts, .which will in a few weeks be commissioned,...
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. Theo. B. Little and Co. report: [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and. Co. Theo B. Little and Co. report: Fat Cattle-At Stratford we yarded 35 head of useful cattle. There was a very large attendance of butchers,-and everything sold at prices considerably in advance of late rates. We sold T. Cutter's bullocks to £11 13/, Messrs Freitag and Co's heifers £9, his cows to £9, Bourke's heifers £10 is, his cows £9 9/-, Hagan's light heifers to £7 2/-, his cows £6 is, Bennet's cows at £5 8s,. Very few in at Sale; strong demand. Store Cattle-Fair yarling at Morwelt'Stratford and Sale Okw .ing to continued dry weather demand slack, and not much business doing. Pens of springing heifers to £5 is, do. backward £3 10/-, cows with calves in low condition £3, store cows to £3 18s, young steers and heifers £2 Is, yearling steers and heifers in low con dition 24/-, 3 year old steers £4 18/. Sheep-Fair demand for fats, stores easier. We had a fair yarding at Strat 'ford, and sold everytliing with the ex ception o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATI VES. GIPPSLAND. x Bennett, James. Wise, George Henry. Election Day: SEPTEMBER 5. [W. Chappell, Traralgon.]. You Should be Determined Tn rrjecting the wnrthless and frequently iljurious counterfeits which are .nmetimea pushed for the sakes rf 7reqter ei, -'s "just n, ~oed" as the GENUINE 8ANDER and SOIRS' PURE VOT ATIf.E EUCAL' PTI EXTRACT B· not deceived ,AN nER'S EXTRACT ;e rs' ,,;.ed by the hi. hest medical auth'rrlties as poss sine unique stima'alint. ho?line end notiseptio powers. The pr. psAration of SA DER'" FXTRACT from the pure selectel leaves, ind the refinemert 'y pp.ri-l processes give it eunr.·hi v:rttln rtcsliarly .its own. Therefore. le rnt m ,leil! Demand and i, ait "pon th- GrNITNE q 1 DER EX THACOT. andl y~,i will etairive the heonefit lhounAnds. haire derived from it before. When 'l you .ho'. hl nrt drepresi yourself `-r by the common, bulky and naaseeting e4aE ptun oils and so.caled extracts. What youi *sat ia quality and reliability in small...
The War Fund. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
The War Fund. -0- TRARALGON. The following amounts have been collected by .Mrs. llorne, Mrs. Norman M'Lean and Mrs. WV. M. Bruce, who, it wi 1 be seen, covered a large area of ground in their se:f-imposed labor of love: Mr. Sligh, £10; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bruce, £10; Mr. and Mrs. Ser jeant, £5; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bruce, £5; Messrs. Pentand, Can field and Broomfield, £3 3s; Mrs. Norman M'Lean, £3 3s; Layton Bros. £2 2s; Mr. Morgan, -1 ls; Drane, £1 is; Mrs. Eakins, i:l ls; Mr. R. Thompson, £1 is; Mr. Mac Christensen, £i ls; Mr. \Voodward £1 s; Mrs. D. Campbe i, £1 Is; Mr Dunbar, 10s 6d; Mr. L. Bell, 10s' 6d; Masters Eddie and Allan O'Connell, 10s; Mrs. Macdonald, 10s; Mrs. Henden, 10s; Mrs. H. R. Horne, 10s; Nurse Miller, 10s; Mrs. N. Campbell, 10s; Mrs. John son, 10s; Mr. and Mrs. Row, 10s' 6d; Mr. iM'Kenzie, 10s; Mrs. Canny o10s; Mr. B. Dunbar, 10s; Mr. A. ! H. Cross, 10s; Mr. Marsh, 5s 6d; Mr. Hunt, 5s; T. S. Milligan, 5s; Mr. Rutherford, 5s; Mr. R. Barry 5s; Mrs. Ellis, 5s; Mr. St...
OSTRICH PLUMES IN JARS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
OSTRICH PLUMES IN JARS. "There is no place li!.e :t p,'.wn:-". for picking up useful -h.:..." .:?l., t. improvident man. "ery t1ie t:i circumstances compel ,nPe t, p atren' one I glean sor.ec item .f g,.n. ::d : formation that alhno-t rea'r,:r ti!,. to the necessity of. be'nu: ih;a. a my last visit I saw n :.:n ;r..,... ostrich feathers. Oulr ll'!., !'?,'*. them out tightl sealed in a -;;? "'What diid you "(uii" t? ,,i 1.. the man asked. "'So they wouldn't sjpoi!!.' s:, a a, pawnbroker. 'A glass a.f is ra*r s.r.t thing on. eath to ::eePi' f,:t,':. i . Moths and dust cannot g-'t it tla,",. Besides. you can keep an e:e on th I" easily, and any trouble that In' have been breeding when the ft::h. . were brought in can be isclSc · ?r it :,. nipped in the bud.' 'That hint 1 consider worth .',,. to a pawnr.hcp for Th' \..- ih:,! . look now nobody lhlen'Ain : t,,- a i a' ever have any ostrich pluinun'ts to ra:al care of, but If we ever hatve o;ta? shail know what to do with them.' The follo...
TYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
TYERS. A meeting of the Tyers Progress Association was held at the Tyers: hall on Saturday night, the presi dent, Mr. J. J. Dove, occupying the chair. There was a good attendance of ncmbcrs, and after the minutes of the previous meeting had been con firmed, the deputation appointed to wait on the shire council reported. having been courteously received, when introduced by Councillor Clarke, and the councillors had promised to do their utmost to obtain a grant from the govern ,mnent to have a new causeway built The secretary of the association was instructed to write to Mr. S. Barnes, M.L.A., to ask him to use his influence to assist the council in obtaining a grant. The new school is about finished, and is an ornament to the district. It reflects 'credit on the contrac tor, Mr. F. Munnerley, and his staff. It 5s intended to have ar official opening shortly, and have a pic?ic and soo!al.
TYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
TYERS. A meeting was convened by Mr, F. Cowie to consider the best steps to be taken to raise funds for the Patriotic Fund inaugurated by the Lady Mayoress of Melbourne. There was a good attendance of ladies, and Mrs. Cowie presided. It was diecided that an active can vass for subscriptions be made Misses Campbell, Christensen, A, Co lins and AMrs. Cowie were ap pointed to tcollect funds, and 18i1 has already been obtained. A 'dance in aid of the fund is to be held on Monday night, and this should further augment the funds. The head office of the Manches ter Unity I.O.O.F. has issudd a ciri cular to all branches suggesting that members should subscribe Id. per week towards a special fund to be raised for the benefit of the families of members going on ac tive service. A meeting of mem bers will be held on Wednesday evening to consider the question.
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. i Dr Hagenauer a 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 1o THE JouRNAL (W. Chappell). uI Whittaker Bros. 12 J. English r3 Shire Hall r4 J. D. Camrlbell 15 J S. Milligan 16 Robert Farmer 37 Nurse Miller 18 Gippsland Trading Coy. 19 F. L. Grubb, jnr. 20 Mathieson and Davis 21 :P. Dunbar 2z..,Co-operative Store 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H. Row 23 Serjeaut and Bruce 26 A. M'Lean and Co. 27 G. H. Monds 28 Grand Junction Hotel 29 Railway Station 30 Savings Bank.. 33 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. Pelper 40 F. Grubb 41. J. Robinson. 42 R. F. Webb 43. W. Christensei and Co. 44. R.1 Widdis. 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay. 46 Picone 47 W. M'Donald (8 H. Camptiell
"THE SECOND COMING OF CHRIST." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
"THE SECOND COMING -OE CHRIST." Another crowded congregation filled the Presbyterian Church on Sunday evening, to listen to the Rev. Jas. Smith's special talk on ".The Second Coming of Christ." The text was a triple one:" I wvill come again." (John, 14-3) '" He shall so come in a like man ner as ye have seen them go into Heaven (Acts 1-9) who is the bles sed and only Potentate, the King of kings, and Lord ot lords. (lst Tim. 6-15). The preacher remar ked that the Second Advent was one of the most frequent y inisted truths of the New Testament; its 260 chapters containing no less than 300 references to the subject The Bible distinctly disclosed three dispensations-the first from Mo ses to the birth of Christ, the se cond, dating from Christ's appear ance, was still continuing, and the third would run from the ful filment of this Age, when Christ re-appeared to rule His Kingdom in perfect righteousness. The time was unknown, and undisclo sed, and though some students had venttired to ...
PATRIOTIC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
PATRIOTIC SERVICE. " The Call of the Empire"'' was :the title of a patriotic sermon prea ched by the Rev. W. H. Scurrin the Methodist church on Sunday morning. There was a large congregation. The church was lavishly decorated with flags, representing all parts of the empire; the hymns chosen from the Methodist hymn book were all patriotic; and the singing of the choir, under Mr. L. Crowe, with Miss Chappell at the organ, was appropriate, sweet and effec tive. The appropriate scripture lesson was Rom. 13. Mr. Scurr took as his text the words (qu'oted by Lord Kitchener in his letter to the British troops) )from First Peter, second chapter: and -seveniteeth verse: "Fear God, Honour the King." These words as they 'would see later, said the preacher, carried the accent that was peculiar to the British em pire in her call to her people's loy alty, and constituted the peculiar note of that loyalty. He would ask them to notice: First, that the text, penned as it was under the inspiration of...
Burglary. MISS RAY'S SHOP ENTERED RAILWAY MEN ARRESTED [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
Burglary. MISS RAY'S SHOP ENTEREDI RAILWAY MEN ARRESTED Residents of Traralgon were startled oh Friday evening, when it was noised abroad that two men" had forced an entraince into Miss. Ray's shop in Franklin street, and, that one of them had been caught in the act. It appears that about seven o'clock on the evening it question, a number of young men in Mr. ,W. Turner's barber's shop fancied they could hear someone moving about in Miss Ray's shop adjoining. They listened again, and were convinced that their first suspicions were correct. Someone went over to the hotel opposite, and gave the information. Mr. Woodruff at bnce telephoned to thbe police station. People standing on the roadway and balcony of the hotel could see that someone was moving about in the shop, and that matches were being used. Arriving the senior-constable at once sent Messrs. Henderson, Opie & Rowley round the back of the shop. lie then forced the front door in, and Messrs Woodruff and Foley went in a...
TRARALGON GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 25 August 1914
TRARALGONI GU~N CLUB. --- The. Traralgon Gun Club con ducted another good afternoon's sport on the local ground on Thursday last, when starling sweepstakes were shot off, with the following results: No. 1 sweep: F. R. Meek and J. Fryatt devided. Eight kills. No 2: F. R. Meek, 5 kills. No. 3: F. R. Meek, 3 kills. No. 4: B. Carter, 4 kills. No. 5: R. King, 10 kills. The novice trophy, presented by Mr. J. 'lorgan, was won by H. Mortimer.