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THE BURGLAR'S BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

THE BURGLAR'S BRIDE. By H. Carstairs. Gransbury Dramatic Society were rehearsing "A Double Destiny." They were not the usual crude ama teurs. Gransbury is a garrison town. The military ulllccrs can always fur nish dritmalic talent. "A Double Destiny" has only one ad vantage from the amateur point of view. The two principals monopolise liie stage. But the circumstance was tolerable when Marion Willard ami Fred Belson were the principals. Marion was the prettiest girl in Gransbury. That stifled male critic ism. She was also the cleverest ac tress for miles around. Tlmt stilled female criticism. Fred Belson, the leading man, held his position modestly. Ho had a num ber of strong love passages witli Miss Willard. To-night he had done well. There was every prospect of a dis tinct success at the two public per formances. The rehearsal was over, discipline hart relaxed. A waltz was being bang ed on the piano; laughter was echo ing, the stage carpenters were busy. Fred Kelson was helping th...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DO FALSE CREEDS MAKE CRIMINALS? [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

0 FALSE CREEDS MAKli CRIMINALS? ]»y I'ASTOl! ItUSSKIyL. Texts-"If our CJo«j»cl be hid, it is hid to thorn thai me lost, in wliom the and of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lent the litfht of the glori ous gospel of V'hrist, who is the image oi (»od. should shi:,i: unto them" (II. Cor. iv. 3, -1). IK? Haul:- I do not charge our forrfatners with evil intent ti. the making of the. creeds. 1 chcci fiiliy admit that every creed contains ;ni «»U*- ; incut of Divine! Truth. My conteu-' lion i.s that Satan, tho uroat Adversary of Clod, substituted tho erecda for the j Bible; and into tin, eroods, through hu ? umn weakness, he in II PASTOR. RUSSELL! jected a sullicicncy of nonsense and < oe trine of devils to render them unhcaltmiil iov wiuU, and nt.soHitcty poUonow to 0t'J\il?i*njx np Ills text. he declared that its tnithfulnesK is manifest on uvcry hand The word Ciosncl signified the good Mes saw. that of the ansrU at Jcsns Mercv towards'our race, sa...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIGIN OF THE HONEYMOON AND OTHER MARRIAGE CUSTOMS [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

ORIGIN OF THE HONEYMOON AND OTHER MARRIAGE CUSTOMS One is sometimes tempted to won der why newly-married people think it necessary almost immediately after the wedding to run away from all their friends uud acquaintances. When the delights of foreign travel are in prospect, this course of conduct is not surprising, hut why in the name of common-sense-so we are inclined to ask-should the bridal pair accept, as they often do, the loa.li o£ a, friend's house, where, cut off from social and domestic duties, they no doubt exper ience the woes of utter boredom, for even billing and cooing must occasion ally pall? llany there are who have cautiously allowed that the honey moon spent under the most favorable conditions has its drawbacks. Yet, common-sense notwithstanding, it ia au institution that will probably last till the end of time. We are disposed to question why the custom ever ex isted, and the reason is not far to seek if we only know where to search for it. The honeymoon is, in fa...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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WOMEN'S WORI. THE VALUE OF ORDERLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

WOMEN'S WOEH^ THE VALUE OF ORDERLINESS. Orderliness always pays in the IOUM run. Ono cannot always kecu U»» iiouso outwardly straight it n, w ... be used as most people UBB ibc lioinea. But there is a truer orderli ness that every good housowlfe loves and should attain. Most careless liouBewivcB know the feeling ot dis may when a change in temperature calls for a change in raiment, or when circumstances suddenly demand somo little-used article. Then it is that untidy storerooms and boxes empha sise the beauty of having a place for things and everything where it be longs. The first step Is in providing the "placeB." How many pantries are dif ficult to care for and unpleasant In appearance because they are cluttered wiili accumulations of empty fruit jars! Somewhere near the kitchen m the storeroom or even in the wood shed u there is no other available place-put up a cupboard purposely to receive these jars as they are emp tied. A box, fitted with a door and rough shelves, will answer...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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THE MAGNET. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

THE MAGNET. By William Freeman, in the "Sketch." Skoiper's Alloy is not an inviting llmroughrnro, It' you tali.' our oi' the nmny turnings lending from Shore ditch, 11i^li-sti-fot, you may eventually Itml it, but you enter it at your own risk. It is, in short. an unsavory cul de-sac with a still more unsavory re putation. Tlioro is a bcetlo-browncd public-bouse at tlie corner. ami a sec ond-hand shop of sorts at the further end; and, for the rost. its; dilapidated buildings shelter as miscellaneous an assortment of eriiuiuals as one is likely to find in the .Metropolis. Mere accident brought Poster to the Alley- the minor that Hrinstein, of (he .second-hand shop, had a couple of Chinese ivories worth the risk of se curing. There are lew places into which the ardent collector will not penetrate, but Foster was wishing; heartily that he hail remained at home long before the end of the Alley was reached. The ivories proved to he for pories, and poor rorgories at that, and 1'riiiBtein p...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KITCHEN WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

KITCHEN WRINKLES. When cleaning knives damp them before rubbing on the board, as they produce a better polish and clean much quicker. Handkerchiefs that have become yellow can bo made snow-white by soaking them in pipeclay and water for twenty-four hours. Boil the corks before bottling pick les, etc. While hot they can be presB ed into the bottles, and when cold they seal them tightly. To make linen easier to write on when marking it dip the piece to be marked in cold starch, and the pen will write without scratching. To impart a delicate odor to linen, saturate a piece of cotton or blotting paper with oil of lavendar and place it among the various articles. When blowing out a candle, blow upwards instead of over the light, and the candle will not gutter, but will burn evenly next time. A little bag of sulphur suspended in a bird cage Is not only healthy for the bird, but keeps away the parasites with which some birds are infested. When cooking greens a small piece of butter added t...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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AN EDUCATION TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

EDUCATION TEST. A professor once told his pupils that he should consider them educated In the best sense of the word when they could say "Yes" to every one of the questions that ho should put to them. Here are the questions: - Has education given you sympathy with all good causes and made you espouse them? Has It made you public spirited? Has it made you a brother to the weak? Have you learned how to make friends and keep them? Do you know what it is to be a friend yourself? Can you look an honest man or a pure woman in the eye? Do you see anything to love in n little child? Will a lonely dog follow you in the street? Can you be high-minded and happy in the meaner drudgeries of life? Do you,think washing dlBhes and hoeing turnips juBt as compatible with high thinking as piano playing or golf? Are you good for anything to your self? Can you bo happy ulone? Can you look out on the world and see anything elBe except £ s. d.?

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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PRECIOUS HUMAN HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

PRECIOUS HUMAN HAIR. A lock of Goethe's liafr lias been valued at one thousand pounds by the St. Petersburg courts; but, though this is the most recent example of the cult of the hair relie, the practice of treasuring the liair of great men is very old. The beard of Mahomet, the favorite oath of many Moslems, is a case in point. The Prophet had the habit of stroking his beard as he talked. Those hairs which fell out \\ere seized upon by the devout and venerated as sacred relics. Thus in 1723 one of these sainted hairs was enclosed in a box of gold and covered with a crystal lid, and over it was built a magnificent monument to pre serve the relic at Cuddapali, in the province of Balagliat. Nor is it only the disciples of great men who have set value on the hair of their heroes. The heroes themselves have realised the sentimental if not the monotary value of their hair.

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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THE WORLD'S GREAT LOVE STORIES. THE TRAGEDY OF GEORGE ELIOT [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

[THE WORLD'S GREAT LOVE' STORIES. I THE TRAGEDY OF GEORGE ELIOT Tlio lifo of Mary Ann Evans, who, ' under the pen-namo ot George Eliot, becamo ono ot the most famous of the Victorian era novelists, Is a remark able example of tlio old, old law that when a woman breaks the moral code of the society in which she lives she I has to pay a heavy price, which is jtten that of a broken heart. | Gcorgo Eliot waB by naturo conven tional in her temperament. In spite of her almost masculine strength of minrl . she had none of the audacity of such ! a woman as the French novelist, j t-eorge Sand, who broke moral laws as lightly as though they wero match sticks, and was not conscience strick en. Our English novelist lived in a country and in an age which was hor rified by the slightest disregard of the proprieties. She had been brought up in a strictly religious home, among pious but rather narrow-minded people, and although for a time her intellect revolted from absolute belief In the i Christi...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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IMPORTANCE OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

IMPORTANCE OF WATER. A good water supply Tor eliccp is very Important. To keep sheep in good condition they should not liavo to travel fur during the hot weather Cor water. Where It has to bo sup plied 'by the dams, the dimensions nmst be considered in relation to tho local conditions, data of which can usually be obtained from local resi dents. Where deep excavations are necessary, to retain water, it is prefer able to (It them with windmill pumps and troughlng, thus malting the most of- the water and keeping the wool cleaner, etc. The water supply must be taken into consideration in tho sub dividing of the farm, and very often one tank could be mado to supply four paddocks. Great works are performed not by strength, but by perseverance. Switzerland', in proportion to its population, spends more on poor, re lief than does any other country. Tanning snakenklne for the manu facture ot women's belts has become a lucrative Industry in Madras.

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THORPDALE [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

THORPDALE Harvesting operations aro jn.-.i nbont completed. Good crops liiiv bd '11 (Jll! lllTPfl. Tlin potatoes ill tin district iu> lo.>l?ini: well, ami tins lain of Motuluj lust will assure lif-.'iv, yields. It. is riiinoutid Hint two of our tovviinm-i' are about to join i lit- Bmu .lieta nt an early date, and bot h ai e bi'inuiui' . -ir betterhulves from o>It er distiiai-. Tlio annual Oddfellows' sports uii to l'c Iml'l n-i 12th Muroli. A liipi'M ?i"<l licit. is lo b.> t^nl - iiiit'pil for' <romI'etiti"ii, which »i 1 bo conducted under Gipp-laud Uei - Ira I Atsnuiatiin Rules. The seen n'-. ints' duties aro in llie able hand. .< Messrs A. Moi.uur at.d \V. M, Corn i - waite.

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MOE ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

I MOE ITEMS. I Master Jack Fry, tbo youngest sou of tho j family of M r and Mrs Robt. Fry, of Moo, spout I bis Christmas vacation with his parents. Ho j isnoir attached to Mr J. Uolt's racing stable* j at Mordialloc. During his brief holiday,o( a I fortnight, ho secured nine mounts, and was j successful in four, while ho also secured four seconds and a third. Ho is only JG years of age, and can scalo G.5. Mr UoU is like a father to tho lads in his employ, tbo latter of whose morals arc as well looked after ah if they were under thoir parent*' eontiul, " Sprat'' 1ms grown a wull-bohaved buy, and there ifi overv probability of his making n naiuo for himself iu tho pigskin, as ho is a handy wight, and, for his ago, seems toha\c a " head'' as well as good hands. Mr A \V. Crow**, junr., accotn pani-il b\ his bride, arrived at Moe on SntiM'ijiy la?t, where tboy wil hercuftt'i n-sidt*. Tho uiarringe took place at. Alutli a, where the briilon sitled.' Mrs Orowo is a sister of Mi* J. D. Hayw...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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THORPDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

TflOUl'DALE. K. Toroili', c Ijiiiilhnv, 1) Walsh \Y. lincUlionse, not out ... Howie, li Wnlsli Tnrton, b MeDonougb ... Cnllannn, c Yarcoe, b Feelmer 1'nviit, I) Fcclincv Sundries ... Total (innings closed) WESTBURY. P. Ynreoe, b Bowie I). SliepimrO, c Backhouse, b Pnritt I I W. Feeliner, b Pavitt ... ... H A.. E. Wnlsli, b Callnnan ... 21 A. McDonnugli, b Pavitt ... In U. Stall, e Torode, b Pavitt ... 'I T. Burraye, b Pnvitt ... ... 27 A. Bejl, b Pavitt ... ... '1 T. Cromb, run out ... 1 M. Laidlnw, b Cnlthnnn ... ... 2 C. Yareoe, not out ... ... (I Sundries ... ... 11 Total ... ... ... IOC. ISuwlini,' Analysis-C'allanaii 2 for 2.'), lUm-iv 1 {ur 11," \V. Pavitt 4 fov 24, 1'. liilliert 0 fur 10. ti. I'avitt 2 for 12. Willow grove (!">.')) defeated Trafalynr K. (SS i. ... 2(1 ... 10 ... li ...102 ... 0

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State School Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

State School Pictures. The head teaihcr ot the Tralalga East Stale iciiool, .Mr Joseph ImI low like Mr li, Mann of the till 11113 Creek State School, has taken ad vantage of Mr Ciordon's visit in the di:-trict, tu secure a copy ol the fed eral picture lor their own schools. In both cases the school committees took the matter up heartily, and the parents <>nd residents responded lib erally, with tile i'i.suit that the pic ture will he almost as large as that of Tral alyar. Ill both cjses insets of groups of the pupils will be in cluded round the margin, besides their names and those of the sub scribers. Mr Gordon desires us to Si.y that the successful issue of his efforts is really due to the enthusiasm of the teachers and the appreciation of the residents that what he is doing will be a permanent interest in the district as a memento of its early days, while the instrument pruduc it-meanii g himself, will be com plttely forgotten like last year's snow on Alount Kossuik...

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CHILDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

CHILDERS. From Oar Corres/iuili/eiil. During the Christmas holiday, Mr K. ed. iiayo amused himself by erect ing a ver^ i.andsome picket fence in front 01 the iocai ha I, while ' Prank,' his brother, nit the blackbeiries that were growing in the yard. The Pre* sideni. 01 ihe ahire sets a very good example to tlie siK.sciibers of the libiary, as he alutids regulany on the Saturday nights lor the pui'i ose of cxctiuijyiviy uuok?, t.u. The t nmiI giauer Las been at wuik lor hutue tiaie in tlie (Jtiilutrs uistiiet, iilid is uaiitluiiiiiiiy ihe a[iptiiraiiee of llie roiuls.

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TE[?] SE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

oJi souin. Friim (,ur uwn" (Jumxiiiindi'iii A S' liul was lied lit tie lo.'al imfon the 5th ins!., in aid of the lunds el ihe .ulainhee lias; M:i 0 -thi'ol lunds. llu'iigh it was ho d at 111 st lusyiimeof year, theie was a ver.t arge altcndanco. Dancing did not prove unseasonable as thu evening w«s nice and cool for mi ii a pastime hven a "l'alais du I anse ' wui.uin t satisfy the local d;.ine overs Many good vocal iu ins were ren red. bom.: first i la.-s re^iL lions were also gnen. I lie uliole programme was excep lionaly j. oocl and was much ..pi-reci aled 'I hr i.onorary secretaiies, .Hisses Giiiiii and Cato proved ex ceptionally efficient .and perlormed their arduous duties splendidly, there-by caus.ng the function to prove another great triumph for Ihorpdale couth. Just belore the advent ot the sumptuous supper, iVir J. Willis, tiir. mo.eu, :u.U .«>r J, Sampson se.cnocu, a vote of thanks to the performers lor their help, and the auuience for their attendance, and to Hi' ludi...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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CRICKET. TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

CRICKET. TRAFALGAR. K. Ml'Iunc-s, c Hidden, b Hamilton...Ii J. Erriugion, c McLean, b Hampton !ii. U. Gosney, sip. Halden, b McLean ;>:> W. Marsiien, b Keid ... ... i ,I. Allen, not out ... ... V>: J. Hogan, not out ... ... i' Sundries ... ... ... in Total (innings closet!) . ...201 Howling Aualysia-C. lioid I for GI, J. Jones 0 lo1' Mcl.can 1 for 4l', M. JlcCristu 0 for in. C. Hampton 2 for 21, 1J, Coombs 0 for 14. MOE. I'\ Hidden, e Gosney, b Hcywood -... .< li. Ijiisti, r .Mellines, li Ileywood ... .I. Jones, c Harkin, 1) I Icy wood ... C. Reid, e l'raeey, b Young ... e(i A. Rnv, b Heywood ... . ... ;i C. Hampton, c Gosney, b Ileywood 'J S. Verey, a and 1) Mclnnes ... 8 iM. JleCristal, run out ... ... ti I!. Gibson, not out ... ... 2 I McLean, c Errington, b 'l'raeey ... i' II. Coombs, b Mcllines ... ... 0 1 Sundries ... ... .> Total ... ... ... liovvliny Analysis-J. Errington 0 for S, .1 Ileywood 5 for II. Young 1 for 10, li. Mclnnes 2 for 7, J. 'l'r.icey ...

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BAND MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

BAND MATTERS. On 1?Vliiy t*\cr.iitt; "lust Mr H*i> Ma^iiiboh w.t. Ut.uertjil a coinpl. mi'iitai N nin»k«. night ami pieHenta tion as a mark of the esteem in whiei lie whp in M during his lengthy c-n iixrtiou willi ii:o TiaUlgar Bfa.-r bottl HS DtiU l.f tllO ll'IUlll. i> and un u mi iniH-r of the c> it< mntet'. The luitcMun whu wull u* tended by tncmhetf, un I wan lid' ai ih»' n Hidenee ut the pjeaident, M W. Join Htoni', who presided. Pin ly <>i nppitisit g rat Hides and din.l» were uva.lahlf. and an juiuUj toast li?i ihttriHpfiHed win vocul iin'i musical iu ms, was piu posed ut.d lentUMcd in astjlo >h» inane lln; evening inor>t picaoant air enjoyable to all. The preaeiiniluu contested of a handsome writing ca» anil was made by liie piesidcni n ouiiftble terms, being supported niebaiH Wall, Scot, Higgtf, Ctubireit. i^uuuh Urus., UiHilnvick, the heeit uiy (Mr Leu, liugben) and otheiV iMr iNiagnusuii tellingly reopunntu. expressing waim thanks f...

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY, NEXT CATHOLIC CHURCH. Thorpdale, Mass. 9. Moc, Mass 11. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. SUXJJAI, NEXT CATHOLIC CHURCH. THOI'PDULO, Mass. U . ALOE, Muss 11. Benediction, Trafalgar 7.UO Methodist services will bo hold next Suuday at follows - Trafalgar 11, Kcv, Mitchell, 7.UO, Mr* Scot; Trafalgar youth0, Kev. Mitchel ; Coaivillo i), Air Woir; Thorpdnle U, Mr Harris; ChildcrtsU, MrWalkur ; Narracan 7.*i0, Kcv Mitchell; Moo it Mr -Oiblott. Church of England Services for Sunday Trafalgar 11, bhady Creole il, Yariagon 7.J10 i\cv 0 L Crossley, Moe 11. Tra falgar Kusl, 'J,oO. Tratalgur, 7,H0 Mr \\\ G. Daelthouse.

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AUCTIONEERING. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

AUCTIONEERING. Jennings mid Mclnnes report Satiir'. day jUl .1 aiuiiiry. l.Lht vartling o' cattiii anil priced good for all classes excepting Mores which were not so fi'in. A larye numler of Melbourne buyers were piesent for fats and dairy cows. ill;ers and sp.ingers told up to i'S ; backward cows to £'6; fat cows' lo US , tat In iters, i'O fleshy cows to ; store cows £3 5 2 yr 0I1I heifers, £5-,6 ; poddies, 16s hulls 10 £6. Pigs-Light yiirdingand rcduced pri. es ruled, l.itjht ba> out rs 50s porker.; 38s : slips, £l is ; sows, in young, £5

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