Elephind.com contains 18,051 items from Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 11 October 1906
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. -Messrs. Ailimison, Htrcftlo and Co, report under dale 5th Uctoher:— • There was a light yarding 'of all descriptions forward to-day. Milkens.—From £h to "i'9 -JJs.lxL, according to quality. » SpftiN'OEn^.—Forward cows, from" £6 l()s. to £7 10s.; one extra choice Avt-\x=req-\ shire cow nt £8 10s.; others, from £5. Heifers, hest quality to £(5: seconds, from £-1 10s.; inferior, £3 10s. Good store cows made from £2 15s. to £3.' 10s.; inferior and old, from 25s. Young Stock.—Heifers rising 2 ycartt'. old, to 55s., one pen of extra etioice# Ayvshires making £3 5s.; yearlings/ from 25s. to 35s.; steers, in lines, from IS months to 2 years old, from 4-"'S. 50s.; 12 to 15 months, from" ~
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 11 October 1906
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) YARRAGON. The annual tennis ball, yheld on Wednesday evening,,3rd ins&(/was cme of the most successful functions of the kind that has eve/ taken place in Yar\x=req-\ ragon. Between 70 and' 80 kcouples were preseat, the hall (parfcicirfarJy t£e stage) was beautifully decorated, aid the music (harp, vicdiu and\piano) was of the very frest, being supplied by Glen, of Collins-st., City. A'he refreshments were of the ufiiun kigU-clasa quality, th6 floor was' iJa the pink of condition, 'and the company spent a delightful time from /Start to fiuish. The costumes wforu ^y tho ladies attracted muck atteutidu,. many of them being . exquisitely / attired. Great credit is due to tjie /hon. secretary, Mrs^ Devine, and/ tji© committee of maifogementjfor t lie/excellent arrange\x=req-\ menjte.?madepor tlV enjoyment of the company, j file Yarragon tennis ball o.f 1906 wrflleave pleasant impressions on the layjds of all who had the r'tflflhT^PlHir r ...
SUGAR BEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 11 October 1906
SUGAR BEET. The following communication was read at the last meeting of the Narra\x=req-\ can Shire Council, on Friday :— " Field Branch, Melbourne, 1st Oct-,.1906. George Evans, Esq., President of th« Shire of Narracan, Yarragon. Dear Sir,—Absence from Melbourne has prevented an earlier reply to your letter of the 25th ult., re the probability of the sugar beet industry being taken up by your Jocal farmers Srovided some assistance was reudered y the Government in improving the roads, I have to in form you that I am forwarding to the Director of Agriculture a report on the matter, with the request that the same might be brought under the notice of the Hon. the Minister for Agriculture. I recognise fully that the greatest, if not the sole, hindrance to thesound establishment of the beet industry in your locality is the wretched state of the roads during the winter mouths. However, as the beet crops would be harvested during the month of March or April, there is, at that time, a chanc...
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 11 October 1906
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. Messrs. Jenuiogs and Mclunes report under date fith October:—A large yardiug, of cattle, 560 bead, also a large attendance of buyers. Most of the dairy cattle were medium quality, only a few good quality cows forward, •which sold at higu rates; both fats aud stores were firm. Milkers and springers £6 to £8 28. 6d., large number of springing beifers £3 10s. to £G 12a. Gd., fat cows £5 5s. to £6 5s.; ligbt weight bullocks £6 5s., 3 year old steers £5 2s. Gd., 18 months do. to 38s., 2 year old heifers £3 ns(1 yearling heifers 37s., poddies from 19s.
MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 11 October 1906
MOE. I At Fridis's meeting of be council I Mr J. A. Wallace Dunlop (Po iwou*j. i was appointed dairy inspector for the ; iNairaean shire, at a yearly remuneration of j£l40. There were 110 fewer ■ than 1(5 applicants for the position. : ^i'lie first wedding that has taken ralace at Fumiua occurred on Wednesday last, when Mr John Lobb and Miss E. Mitchina were uniled in the holy bond.s of matrimony by the Rev. •Mr Edwards, of Tn.falgur. 1 / At the council meeting, on rriday, "the President (Cr Evans) announced, before adjourning for dinner, that he intended, during bis occupancy of the chair, to abolish the practice of his predecessors of asking councillors &lt;o " have a drink" before proceeding Lo the diunnr-table. He knew some of tbe couucillors were averse to the practice which had existed in the past. f /1'he regular monthly meeting of the /Moe and District Progress Association was held on Wednesday evening last, when there was a fairly large attendance of members present...
THE PROPER STUDY OF MANKIND [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 11 October 1906
! THE PROPER STUDY OF MANKIND We are all worrying ourselves, more or less, about what we can do to enable our children to go through life easily. We give them, the best education we can afford; at least, we are ready to pay a good price for It, although we may not always be so careful as we ought about whether we re- • ceive our money's worth. We strive to keep them free from the ups and downs of life, and if we see a prospect of a rich marriage for a daughter or" a good berth for a son, we sigh 'contentedly and think that we have done well by our offspring. That is the real extent of our solici* tude, in most instances, and we forget that children ought to be our deepest study. We may talk about mould-. ing the character, hut we do very little more than-correct a few faults that \ make themselves obtrusive, teach the young ones to be honest and behave politely, and endeavor to impress our , own opinions upon their minds. Is^ that all the study which is needed? It is an unfortunate ...
Extinguished. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 11 October 1906
Extinguished. A village cricket club, which never by any chance won a match, was discussing the appointment of a captain, and a proposal to re-elect the old Skipper met with ficrce opposition from a minority of the members. "He ain't fit to be a captain," one out-spoken critic bluntly declared. "He'd the cheek to go in first every time he played last season, and with what result? He got no fewer-than ten ducks' eggs!" j "Hear, hear!" a few of the members cried. Then the old captain rose to his ,feet. "Not so fast, my friends," he dryly replied. "People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. It's true that I often went in first, and got a duck s egg, but not one of you that followed me stayed at the wickets long enough to hatch it!" This extinguished the opposition, and the old captain was re-elected unanimously. -
CHILDREN'S CORNER? [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 October 1906
CHILDREN'S CORNER? Miss Hltchy-Kitchy Ko_.Ko'« Hair. Miss Hitchy Kltchy Ko *fCo lived in ^ lar-away Japan, 1 Where small folk play at shuttlecock . " and learn to use a tan. Her life was full of sunshine, she had hut a single care— This little maid objected to the dress* log ot "her hair. It sorely tried her patiences-each " morn ere she might play, Her hair was brushed and twisted up with pine and flowers gay, And tho' her tresses mad® a picture sweet to look upon. She often whispered to herself, "I wish they all were gone." .One evening at the festival, where lanterns gay are lit, Beneath a flaring dragon Kltchy' Ko Ko chanced to sit; While waving softly to and fro, sus pended in the air, The lantern caught alight and tell on Kitchy Ko Ko's hair. Her screams a rescue quickly brought; the flames were soon put out. Then Kltchy to her head put up hep hands in fear and doubt. Although unhurt her little crown seemed strangely light and bate,« And on the ground lay scorched re mains of ...
WHEN ARE WE STRONGEST? [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 October 1906
WHEN ARE WE STRONGEST? The muscular strength of a man does not last so long as does his mental strength. The following figures are the result of research into this ques tion:— The lifting power of the average youth of seventeen is 2801b. In his twentieth year this increases to 3201b. In the thirtieth and thirty-first year it reaches its height, 3661b. At the end of the thtrty-Srst year the strength begins to decline, very slowly at first. By the fortieth year It has decreased 81b,, and this dimin ution continues at a slightly increa sing rate until the fiftieth year is reached, when the figure is 3301b. After this period, the strength fails more and more rapidly, until the weak ness of old age is reached. It is not possible to give reliable statistics^as to the decline of strength after the fiftieth year, as so much depends up on the individual. An Irishman had just come over from Ireland to London to seek his for tune, -vhen, as he was walking along one of the busy thoroughfares, h...
DECOROUS EXCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 October 1906
DECOROUS EXCESS. People are sai't to die of gout, or of heart disease, or of kidney disease, or of liver disease, or of a complica tion of these maladies; but what they really die of, when they die prema turely, is usually degeneration of tis sue consequent upon superfluous food and upon superfluous wine, or upon the daily recurring over-taxation of the vital organs by which the process es of nutrition are conducted or con trolled. Sometimes we find the pre mature death ascribed to pneumonia, or to influenza, or to accident; and we may generally read between the lines of the announcement that the powers of vital resistance had pre viously been reauced below their pro per standard. What is the meaning of the annual exodus of rich people to foreign watering-places and "cures" except that good cookery and fine wines have tempted them to the daily over-indulgence of undisciplined Ap petites, and that they seek, in com parative or complete abstinence, and in violent medication, what is a...
THE HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 October 1906
THE HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPE8. Cream of Lettuce and Green Pea Soup.—Select two large beads o£ let tuce. Remove and wash through sever al waters the outer leaves, leaving the hearts for salad. Drain the leaves carefully on a cloth. Sfelt two or three * tablegpoonluls of butter In a saucepan. In It cook the lettuce-leaves ten minutes, stir-lag occasionally, then add a quart of boiling water, a leek, or a peeled onion, with three or four cloves pushed into it, a stalk of celery, if at hand, a tablespoonful of sugar, a teaspoonful of salt, and two sprigs of parsley. Cover the pan, and let cook half an hour; then add a pint of shelled young peas, and let cook another half-hour, adding more water if needed. Press the whole through a sieve (first removing the onion and parsley). Add one quart of broth, and let simmer. M'x one-fourth a cup of Sour with half a cup of milk to a smooth paste, and stir into the soup. Stir until boiling, then let simmer ten minutes. Finish with half or a whole...
TO TEST SILK AND LINEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 October 1906
TO TEST SILK AND LINEN. Of the goods sold as "all-wool" there is Dot one-tenth that is genuine. " the greater part the main component I is cotton. The tort is simple. All that J is necessary iB to pull threads and apply a lighted match.! Cotton will go off in a blaze; wool will I shrivel up. To distinguish true, pure linen from the counterfeit article is j even easier. The intended buyer i but wet her finger, and apply it to goods. If they bo pure linen, the mois-1 ture will pass straight through; the | spot touched will be soaked i and almost immediately one side will | be as wet as the other. Frauds i mdre numerous in silk than in any j other fabric, but here also the material of adulteration la cotton. Its presence | can readily be discovered. Draw few threads out The pieces of cotton I will snap off short when pulled, while the silk will s;retch and permit considerable pull I efore breaking. Con-1 cerning silk, it may be remarked that j the stuff our grandmothers used f talk abo...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 October 1906
AUCTION REMINDERS. Messrs. Skews and Patterson. Tarragon slock sales monthly. Messrs. Skews and Patterson will hold a large clearing sale at Willowgrove on Tues day, 23rd iost. See advl Messrs. Mathieson and Davis. Trafalgar stock sales second and fourth Saturdays in each month. Next sale—October 27. Messrs. Mathieson and Dam/ iloe stock . sales last Wednesday ia each month. Next#al« ; —October 81. Messrs. Mathieson and Pavies will conduct n clearing sale at Uoe on Wednesday, 31st inat. Particulars in advt. Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes. Trafalgar stock sales first and third Saturdays in each month. Next sale—October 20. Messrs. Adamson. Strettle atid Co. Mel bourne slock sales as follow—Newmarket, 1 uesdays, and Wednesdays; Corporation Yards, Thursdays and Fridays.
CHAPTER XLVII. The Arrival at Heathdale. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 October 1906
CHAPTER XLVII. The Arrival at Heathdale. Upon her arrival at Heathdale, Lady Linton was considerably surprised to And that Sir William had engaged the services of a professional decorator to prepare his home for the reception of his bride, and great Improvements had been made in many of the rooms. The suite over the library, and looking out upon the river, had been exquisite ly fitted up in blue and white and gold for liis wife's special use, while sever al new pictures and pieces of statuary had been added to the already choice collection which the old mansion pos sessed. Stili, with all this added elegance it needed the touch of a tasteful woman's hand to make it really home-like, and both Lady Linton and her daughter exerted themselves to make evcry i thin"' as attractive as possible. --:» Jujvship realised that perhaps I . f: pr*T'' a little beyond her jurisdiction in arii,nging unauthorised, for a dinner-party, but she was de I termined to do honor to the new mis tress of Heath...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 October 1906
WriES He is Not A Fool.—A man is nearly always a fool. If he be young the world eaya, "When be is older he will know more." If he be older it auvs "He is old enough to know betler." Ami when he is old it aays, " There in ni> kind of fool equal to an old fool." And though m all ages "a fool and his money are noon parted," there is one time io Ins life when the business man is no fool, and tb.t happy moment tveurs when he makes up kis tnmd to advertise in this journal.