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MOE CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 3 March 1904
MOE CATTLE SALES. Messrs. Mathieson and Davis held a very successful cattle sale at Moe on Wednesday, 24th ult. Over 300 head of mixed stock were yarded, and there being a lar^e attendance of buyers nearly everything was disposed of. Quotations:-Fat cows, £4 10s to .£7 10s; store cows, £3 10s to £4 10s; 2 yr-old steers, £2 5s to £3 15s; year ling steers, 30s to £2 5s; 18 months to 2 yr-old heifers, £2 10s to £3 lQs^.,2/' yr-old bullocks, £4 £f)." .'
MELBOURNE CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 3 March 1904
MELBOURNE CATTLE SALES. TJio Associated Agents' (Messrs. Adnmson, Sti-cttie ami Co., Messrs. Campbell and Son*. Messrs. J. K. Jennings and Mclnnes, .\ftssn-. Mol'hail Bros, and t.'o. ami Messrs. Abbott ;iud Wilson) conjoint report (2(itli February):-The market was hilly supplied, Milkers,-The de mand was not ovonly sustained, and lust week's improved rates were barely maintained. Springers.- ' est forward springers were in keen request nt fully former quotations, while backward sorts wore in moderate request, and for such prices ruled easier. Dry dairy cows and good forward store cows of good fattening agos met with keen competition, and for Mirli lute rate were fully maintained. The goner;!I tone of the store cattle miirkct was inactive, mid except for a few good coloured ntid stnue linen of nice quality heifers, prices ruled de cidedly easier, ro.\gW vownjj; cattle, vnixM both in size and colours,'beingdillkult toquit. Best milkers, from £0 10s to £ 11 10s; extra, nt £4 10s; good ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 3 March 1904
Piiofess ioval NOTICES. [A CA11D.J HUBERT KELLY, ' - *'*.. "X * MKWtMVCft AND SOLICITOR* Proctor and Convoytnwr. TRAFALGAR, . .'--... VISITS MOE EVKRY TCESPAY. Aft kiwis of LECiAL WORK Transacted. Rogers and Rogers, "^TRAFALGAR OFFICE : RITERION HOTEL, Head Office: 408 ollins St. Melboanw W. WARRINGTON ROGERS will VISIT TRAFALGAR W. V?AREKGTON ROGERS, L.L.B. Parliamentary Agent. A. WARRINGTON ROGERS, Parliamentary Agent. Commissioner for Sootb Australia and Tasmania. MONEY - TO - LEND. FRANK GEACH, BARRISTER Proctor and Conveyancer, | "TTISITS Moo on Council day. Trnfal^ V Jennings Mid Me ragon, Saturday before &lt; first Monday in Mouth. TRUST MOMEYS TO LEND. 1 HEAD OFFICE : ' QUEEN STREET, WARKAGUL (Next to "Guardian" Office), . j ""Where Mr. Geach may bo Consulted Daily, j M. DAVINE, ' BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Queen Street, WARRAGUL. Attends all District Courts. -COMMISSIONER qb^thr SUPREME COURT' FORJPXKIKG AFFADAVITS. . "'rftTJgT MONEYS TO LEND. ? AUCTION NOTICES. Skews...
Why Are Sounds More Audible by Night? [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
Why Are Sounds More Audible by Night ? Baron Humbolt was struck by this phenomenon when he first heard the great waterfalls of the Orinoco, for these sounds seemed to him to be three times as loud at night. He was led to ascribe this to the perfect trans parency and uniform density of the air, such as can only exist when the day is done, and the heat of the ground has been uniformly diffused throughout the atmosphere. Another important factor has been pointed out by Osborne Reynolds, who was the first to show that, owing to differences of temperature between upper and lower layers of air, actual refraction or bending of sound-waves takes place, the general effect being that during the day the waves are bent upward, and soon lost in higher regions; whilst at night, when the con ditions of temperature are reversed, they are bent downwards, and so strike the listening ear at greater distances. Tho comparative stillness of night has, of course, also to be taken into account in places wh...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
DEATH. MR-, McMAHON.-"(5n 21st March, at "Sumtuerlea", Mnrgaret, the dearly be loved wife of John McMalion aged 64 years. Sweet Rest in Heaven. THANKS. Mr. McMahon, Mrs. Whitton, and other members of the family desire to express their sincere thanks to their friends and the public generally for the great kindness shown them in their sad affliction; and especially to the Rev. L. Fielding and Mrs. Fielding, whose kind sympathy was a great so lace to them m tlieir bereavement.
WATER IN BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
WATER IN BUTTER. T&or3 Onslow to reintro duce and secure the passing of the Butter Bill, a deputation from., the Federation of Grocers' A aaociations, representing 13,000 retailers,?said tliat so great was the water percentage in some of the "blends" now on the mar ket that a pound of such butter, if kept in a shop for a few days, some times lost as much as 3 oz. in weight. The working classes could get the ; blended stuff for a penny or the half I pence per lb. less than the ordinary , kinds, but they were "only cheating; | themselves" in their effort at economy. It was urged that no butter should be ! allowed to be sold as such which con ! tained more than 16 per cent, of moists: ure. Lord Onslow expressed himself as in full agreement with the grocers' views on the matter, and said the bill would very probably be passed this
Nature's Great Purifiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
Nature's Great Purifiers. People who keep their houses dark lor fear of the sunlight spoiling their carpets and furniture, have no idea of the disease-destroying influence of the sunlight and air. Kecent experiments have shown that bacilh exposed to the sun and ait were destroyed in two hours, white those exposed to the sun "(the air be ing excluded) were alive after fifty hours of exposure. A Neapolitan doctor has made an interesting experiment with cholera bacilli; while ne found those protect, ed from the sun killed guinea pigs iu eighteen hours, as usual, those expos ed to tii© sun were rendered harmless. As to the influence of sun and air on bacilli, it was ascertained that the oxygen of the air had marked effect in assisting the sun's rays, and that the bacteria suffered more from the sun's rays if the supply of oxygen was increased than if it was dimin ished. " Certain liquids, too, which will un dergo putrefaction in the dark, will re main sweet and free from bacteria when e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
I'ENNINfrS and McINNES will hold their * next C'jttleSaleat Trafalgar ontJ+© Melbourne and Northern District buyers will be in attendance. Vendors i win please note. NOTE.-All cattle in the yards be-| fore 12 o'clock will be solcl in tlie following order:-Milkers first, then, springers and fats. Other cattle will be soul in the order they come into the yards. Entries may be left with our local agent, J. MITCHELL, Trafalgar. J. K. Jennings and Mclnnes, 411 Bourke Street, Melbourne. PIGS. PIGS, A truck of Pigs* consigned to | Messrs. J. K. Jennings and Mclnnes,' will be forwarded to Melbourne from I Trafalgar on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, Loading at Trufalgar only. Forwarding clients please notify J. MITCHELL, Trafalgar. J. K. JENNINGS akd McINNES, 411 Bourke St., Melbourne. Skews & Patterson. WARRAGUL, TRARALGOS, MOR WELL and DEOUIN. G. V. STEPHEN I . E. SKEWS 1 Auctioneers. STOCK SALESMEN, LAND AND FINANCIAL ACENTS. Clearing Sales Conducted. Loans Negotiated. Agents for Scottish Un...
TO OUR NUMEROUS PATRONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
TO OUR NUMEROUS MORONS. We desire to aptiounco tfint a Complete Plant, consisting of entirely New Material, ha« just bbon imported direct from London f6rtho office of this jouniftl. Everything bra boea selected by an experienced printer.,, and is!tfioi'6ugh!y up-to-dntrf. Tliq proprietary ' can therefore Guars oleo Satisfaction in all classes of Jol) Printing. Not only the Quality of our work, but also our Prices, will compare favorfiblv with anv other office in Gippslund. yB encouraging your local paper you promote tLe welfare of tlx© district, w)d thus further your own interests. members of the committed and all who assisted in making the affair a success, the lion, secretaries (Messrs A. Gunn and J. H. Sampson) deservedly com-'! in# in for an extra share of praise. i Mr Gunn was instructed to have tlxe I ground improved, whilst the general opinion expressed was that in favor | of Jarge prizes being offered next year, i
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR CATTLE SALES. Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes held I their usual fortnightly stock sale at: Trafalgar last Saturday, when, they had ' another good yarding o£ mixed sorts . from all directions. As "usual, there was a large attendance of buyers, and ; competition being keen throughout,: very satisfactory prices were realized, i Close upon 300 head of cattle were; yarded, nearly all of which were dis 1 posed of. Quotations:-Milkers sold from £6 12s 6d to £10 17s 6d; spring ers, from £6 5s to £7 2s Gd; springing heifers, from £5 15s to £6 7s Gd; fat cows, from £5 to £6 15s; fat heifers, from £4 12s tid to £5 14s; 4yr-old bullocks, at £6 12s; 18mos. steers, from £3 to £3 16s; 18mos. heifers, at £3 5s; poddies, from 25s to 41s 6d; calves at 12s 6d.
HILL END. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
HILL END. The contractor for the new State School at Fumina has arrived nnd ^commenced work. His name is Cox, .and he hails from Fitzroy. Work is, I understand, to be com menced at the " Good Deed" mine in .about a fortnight's time. There is a large quantity of stone lying at grass, ?a trial crushing of which is being looked forward to. Present and inten ding shareholders will then know ?what's what.
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
MULTUM IN PARVO. The News. The best local paper. For first-class printing at moderate prices, try this office. Chapter IV of "Christendom Astay" will be found on page 1. Monthly meeting Narracan shire council to-morrow (Friday). Great chopping contest at Yarragon on Easter Saturday, April 2. On dit that another butcher intends starting business in Trafalgar shortly. The proceeds of the ball held in Tra falgar on St. Patricks night amounted to £5. Messrs. Mathieson and Davis* next monthly sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, 9th April. A. Harris and Co.'s great sale of autumn and winter goods. Look out for big advt. next week Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes will hold their ordinary monthly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, April 2. Leases are lying at the Trafalgar post office for the following persons: A. Cumming and W. T. McMahon. Don't forget grand ball in the Tra falgar mechanics' institute race night, 30th. inst. Ditto Easter Monday night. The ball held in the Trafalgar me chanics' i...
TANJIL SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
TANJIL SOUTH. Work is being pushed ahead at 'The Victory mine, at the Tanji], which is being financed by a Moe .syndicate. There ia a large quantity of stone now at grass, and the share holders are sanguine as to the ulimate result of their investment. A young iriSn namfcd Wright, who resides at the Tanjil, has been suf fering from an attack of blood poison in the left arm, caused by a cut on, the hand. It is surmised that some dirt made its way into the wound, with the above result. The patient is on a fair way to recovery, thanks to tiie skill of Dr Phelps. j
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
AUCTION REMINDERS. Messrs. Skews and Patterson's monthly cattle sale at Yarragon on Tuesday, 29th inst. Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes' next fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, 2nd prox. , Messrs. Mathieson and Davis will hold their usual monthly sale at Tra ? falgar on Saturday, 9th pros. The Nc\en is a first-class advertiser. Firat-cJuss Printing cxocutcil at tliis office at reasonable prices. If you want tlio world to knnw what you have for sale, advertise in this paper. _ just than man ? Human responsibility to the Deity primarily arisefci from human capacity to discern good evil, and power to upon discernm&lt;hi£. Beasts are Dot accountable either Kk man or God, because they are destitutfe--Qf the power to discriminate or choose. act under the power of blind ir\pulse.^ Idiots are in the same category of^re" sponsible agents in the degree of their incapacity, and many men not con sidered idiots are little better as regards their power of acting from rational ...
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
NARRACA*. A settling-up meeting in connection , with the late sports was held on Wed-! nesday night last. The president (Mr I H. G. Reid) occupied the chair, and ' there was a full attendance of the ?committee. A balance-she#t prepared showed money received through the holding of the sports to be about £49, including balance from last year. The amount paid away in prizes was about JC'H. leaving a balance, over expenses, of some £12. In recogni tion of his services, it was decided that the secretary (Mr J. Gannon) be pre sented with a gold albert. '! he money j afterwards standing to the club's credit! will be carried forward towards the | .expense of next year's sports. The need of a recreation ground I was fully discussed, and it is likely that steps will soon be taken to get same.
MELBOURNE CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
MELBOURNE CATTLE SALES. The Associated Agents' (Messrs. J. K. Jennings' and M'Tnnes, Messrs. M'Phail Bros, and Co., Mr. W. H. Wilson, Messrs. Abbott and Co., Messrs. Adamson, titrcttle nud Co., Messrs. Campbell nnd Sons) conjoint report ' (18th March):-Milkere: The demand was brisk, and prices ruled fully equal to late rates. Springers: The demand was not bo active, but no material alteration in values was notice able. Stores: All classes were represented. The demand was irregular, and prices on the whole ruled a shade easier. Quotations; Best milkers, from £10 to £12; extra, at £16;' good do., from £8 10s to £0 10s; medium do., from £6 10s to £7 10s; best springers, from £8 to £9 5a; good do., from *'6 10s to£7 10s; medium and backward, from £5; best spring ing heifer?, to £7 ]0s, with lines from £4 10fl to £G 17a Cd; dry dairy cows, from £3 10s to : £5 10s; prime fat cows, from £7 10s to £8 15s; fleshy cows and heifers, from £4 15e to £5 I 15s; store o.vs. from £3 15s to £1 list; ...
WILLOWGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
w. WILLOWGROVE. Mr. Thos. Needham lost a valuable draught horse last week, tk« cause of death being bot-fly. Messrs R. Irvine and A. Kirwin re turned, after an absence of 12 months, from New Zealand last week, where they had plenty of "graft," but good An individual named "Jim" (as stit out in the summons) was proceeded against by M. Walsh for using obscene language towards the plaintiff at Tra falgar. The case was struck out, owing to the summons bearing no surname. It was subsequently ascertained that Hanlon was defendant's cognomen, and a warrant was issued for the ar rest of James Hanlnn. The court tliea adjourned.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 March 1904
Mr. Williamson has liad considerable expe ©nee with one of the leading Arms in Metropolis. BRANCH SHOP AT YARRAGON j; B. YULE Is NOW Showing A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF Men's, Youth's, and Boy's CLOTHING-. Shirts, Hats, Hosiery, Blankets, Flannels Sheeting, AND General DRAPERY. Crockery and Enamelware. BOOTS aiid SHOES SUITS Made to Measure, FROM 35 SHILLINGS 35 J. B. YULE, TRAFALGAR. TO AD v\r TISERS. THE NEWS, Hiving a- LARGE CIRCULATION, tod being Widely Read by All Sections throughout this Extensive District, is » FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM. ADVERTISING RATES: 14-WORD ADVKKTISEMENTS (about three lines) ... ... Is. per Insertion. CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS, First Insertion 2s, 6d. per Inob. CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Subseqoent Insertions Is. 6d, per Inch. Business And Professional STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS (Quarterly, Half-Ycirly or Yearly), as per Agreement (At Very REASONABLE RATES). TO EVERYBODY. - THE NEWS - JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT - IS COMPLETE - IN - EVERY - RESPECT. ALL KINDS OF' PRINT...