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Mathieson & Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
~Mathieson & Davis. Mathieson and Davis report: Fat Cattle: Moderate supplies mn our various markets, and competx tion keeih for all prime quahtles. Gooa clearances were made. Best cows sold to '£7 5s, good do. to 7£6 1s. Lightweights sold from £4 upwards. Store cattle: Light yardings at Yarragon, Heyfield and Sale. Good demand for tresh conditioned cows and 'bullocks, and good enquiry for bree\dy steers and heifers of all ages. Store cows in lots to £4 2s, cows and calves £4 12s 6d, fresh conditioned bullocks 4 year old, :to £7 Is, springing hei fers to £5 12s, springing cows, best, to £6 15s, milkers to £5 15s Jeifers in calf to ~£'3 7s Qd, younger dlo to 52s, $piddies to 32s '6d, Sheep -Moderate yardmngs at Trara[gon, Longford and Sale, and all-classes continue to sehl well, with keen demand for young breeding ewes. Privately and by auction we have sola prime crossbred ewes to 18s 4d, fat 2-tooth wethers 17s, late shorn fat lambs 11s 10d, woolly crossbrea lambs 1ls 6d, co...
SAVED HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
SAVED HIMSELF. A non-commissioned officer, enter (ng a barrack gate in Dublin, was mis taken by the "raw recruit" on sentry go, who immediately saluted him. The non-commissioned officer, unaware that his colonel was-just behind, re turned the salue-a thing not permis sible in the circumstances. Soon he was called before the cole nel. On presenting himself, he was asked how he came to return the sal ute, knowing full well that he was not entitled to it. Not in the least em barrassed, he promptly.answered. "Sir, I always return everything I am not entitled to." The colonel, taken back by his ready wit, laughingly dismissed him. Sundays and holidays excepted, it is estimated that £20,003 worth of fish are daily dragged out of the sea by British fishermen. It is characteristic, perhaps, of sport, that its followers bring to its pursuit a wealth of the finest qualities known. Courage, endurance, self-sacrifice, chivalry-these are commonly regard. ed as the essential elements of heroic ac...
HOW THE TIDE COMES IN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
HOW THE TIDE COMES IN. The silent noon is past; the tide haa turned;' and now the sleepy sunbeama fill with a new song of in-driving rip pies, as the waters begin to return frone their long exile under the glitter ing southern sky. Hustling togetlie like sheep at a gate, the low waveleh journey ever .the weed-strewn shore; and visibly, span by span,, ,the wde'. sand-acreage .narrows befor4the eyes An hour ago the sea was a voiceless, indefinable thing, remote as the blue sky It merged-into on the far horizon - but now it is suddenly near, and broad awake and eager-striding impetuous ly lartdward; stretching out wide sand dunes that never again will drink at its sparkling rim. How swiftly the tide comes- in over these brine-sodden levels is dificult to realise, unless.ca . J .... watch. be ?kept:: Itlf s s.ttdug-~. some bright· sun-signal fell into the remoteness and the silence, and at once some invisible barrier dissolved away. The incoming waters lift in long terraces one behind t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
.. Auctioneers. A. :0LEAN & CO., Umo. 1, Station, Land and Finanoial Agents. WRARALGON. MAFFRA. •MORWELL. MELBOURNE Sales conducted under the per sonal supervision of Mr. W. J3. 'M'Lean. A..:,M'LEAN and CO. are now makming up List of Sales for .... 1914 ... LIS1 OF SALES: Jan.- 29-Traralgon town 'iinds sub-divi sion, estate late W. H. Whittakers, Equity Trustees -Coy. ad C. W. G. Whit takers, Esq. No reserve. 27-Mr Jas. Keegan's house & land. . 27-Mr P. Kenny's, 415 acres. 27-Morwvell, first sale. Feb. 2-Big specia! sale at Traralgon. BUY TOWN BLOCKS IN PRO GRESSIVE TRARALGON The rapid expansion of ffIraral gon means big Profits for In vestors!l Every Block Must be Sold With out a COPPER Reservel -ASY TERMS: One-fifth CASH, No further payments for three years. GREAI SALE OE TOWN LANDS 'FRARALGON THURSDAY, JANUARY 29. A~t 2 p.m. sharp,. IWraralgon is rapidly growing into the First Market and Commer clit town mn Glppsland. 'A. IM'i.rLA i anld CoJ. wilL sell by uider of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
G. BRUNNING & SONS, NURSERYMEN, BBIGHTON ROAD, ST, KILDA, VIO. L-aGEBT AND BESi.L STOOK OF PLANTS IN THE COMMONWU&LTH Crataloguea Poat Tree. Inspl foaInvlited. T xLarnon 120,8, .... , Send me a Sample and I will let you know the best Price Obtainable. Top Prics and Prompt Cash Returns on .Wlheat, Chaff, Onions, Potatos, Oats," - New and Second-hand Bags at Lowest Rates. R. FARR?IN WEBB GRAIN and PRODUCE SALESMEN, FRANKLIN ST., TRRARALGON, 'PHONE 42. STUD NOTICES BALFOURS'S PRIDE WILL STAND THIS SEASON AT GLENBGARRY & TRARALGON. And Travel ,the surrounding districts. B ALFOUR'S PRIDE is a Bay colt, foa led 1908. His sire, Lord Balfour (im ported from New Zealand) ; grand sire Dr. Seddon (352 N.Z S.B.), who won 4.firsts and two second prizes, incluiing first prize for sire and progeny at Ch istchurch in 1900; g grand'ire, the famous priz' taker Vanquisher (214, N.Z S B.) won in 1886 first prize at Leeston ; in 1895 first pr ze at Christchurch, 3,d at Ashburton,...
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKET Theo. B. Little and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. Theo. B. Little and Co. report: Fat Cattle: A rsmal'er yarding thah usual at Stratford: good attend dance of buyers, and everything sola at good nprces. Morwell mar ket well supplied, pnd a good sale. Forward sprnngers from £6 10s, others to £5 Ps 6d. At Sale, our pens fu!l, and everything disposed of at late rates. Store Cattle: 6ome nice lines in at Stratford, which sold welT. A full yarding at Morwell, and sale particularly anm mated. Store bullocks,°cows and steers very scarce, and good -en qmuiry. Sheep: Generally small vardings at our weeklyFales. Pri ces firm for all classes. Good en quiry for breeding ewes and for wvethers. We have sold a number of lmes privately during the week. Prime wethers to 19s, ewes to 15s, lambs to 1is ld, hnes of 4 and 6 tooth wethers to 15s 9d, 2 and 4 tooth wethers 14s 9d, fhill mouth ewes to 12s ld, full mouth ewes and lambs 10s, all round, small lambs 9s 6d.
SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
SHEEP SALES. -0 Sheep hav'e been good property for some time, and promise to be so for an indefinite period. The market is keen, and prices have been advancing hteadily for some considerable time. The cause is the high price ot wool and meat, consequent on the increasing de mand and consumption in the mar kets-of the world, and particulariv mi.the Umnited States. The rains of Sunday and yesterday will shar pen the enquiry for sheep, as the growth of feed will be stimulated. In Gippsland more people are nm tcreste in sheCep than at any previous period~, and the province is now carrying many thousand more. Sheep farmers are unloub' tedly doing well. Owing to the higher price olmeat, the meat pro ducing breeds will have more at tion, and Gippsland wi!l sen:l more fat lambs and 'sheep to the market than hi:herto. A. M'Lean an! Co. haI two re markably successful sa'es last week end; at Morwell on Thursday. and at Traralgon on .Friday. At the both places there was a large at tendance of b...
SPINELESS CACTUS. CUSTOM OFFICERS' RAID. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
SPINELESS CACTUS. -0 CUSTOM OFFICERS' RAID. At, Rochester last week, .Cus toms o.ficers, accompanied by a police cicer, seizei the consign ment of spineless cac.u'r -plants brought rto Austrahl a few wceks~ ago by an 'American land seeker from Ca'ifornls. After intervie wing the 'oxne" o' the cactus at Baniawm, where he is working, the party returried to Rochester,,,and to0k pos-ession of the plants, which.had been propa gated in Itins, and had made fine growth. It seems 'that some mistake was made in allowing the plants into Victoria under the Noxious Wededs Act. The settler ptcted quite openly. The cactus plants are alleged to pass 'through by an error of the shipping agents' carrier with the irct:ler's luggage. The consignment seitei is the true Burbank spineless variety, se cured after grealt trouble by the settler, who wprked for two years on Mr. Burbank's Santa Rosa nurseries to get experilnce before coming to Aus:ra'na. Other American land seekers. would have secured samrples...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
The Usual Summer Sale o MAC. CHRISTENSEN'S SIs now in Full Swing. GREAT BA:RGAINS. GREAT BARGAINS. You Should be Determined In rejecting the worthless and frequently injurious counterfeits which are sometimes pushed for the sake of greater gain as "'just as good" as the GENUINE SANDER and SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALI?PTI EXTRACT. Be not deceived! SAN. DER'S EXTRACT is recognised by the highest medic l authorities as possessing unique stimulating, healing and antiseptio powers. The preparation of SANDEI'S EXTRACT from the pure selected leives, and the refinement by special processes give it curative virtues peculiarly its own. Therefore, be not misled l Demand and insist upon the GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT and you will derive the benefit thousands have derived from it before. When ill you should not depress yourself irore by the common, bulky and nauseating eucalyptus oils and so.called extracts. What you want is quality and reliability in small dose; and this you find only in-SAN DER'S E...
BAND LEAD THE MUSICAL PART OF SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
BAND LEAD THE MUSICAL PART OF. SERVICE. 'Something unique occured at St. James' Church, Traralgon, on Sunday last. The members of the Town Band attendeI service In the evening, and accompanied the musical portion of the service. The music sounded lovely; and filled the church. The hymns played by the Band were The Old Hundred, Lead. Kindly Light, Hark l. Hrk My Soul, iMile'S Lane, Dream of Paradise. Thle latter was beautI fully rendered. At The clo3e of the service the Band played Jesus, Tender Shepherd, hear Me. This is the first occasion on which the Band has atempted this class of work, and the reverent and devo tional manner mn which the mem bers did their part was most cre ditabIe 'to men and master alike. There was a large congrega:ion
MORWELL RACES. YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
MORWELL RACESz, YEs I .KDAY. The Morwell Turf Club races were held yesterday. The dull 'wcater mnterferred with the atten dance somewhat. but the gate mo ncy was above 'tile a\verage. The balance will be on tile rliht side of the ledger. On the whole, the racing was good, but some of the fields were 'small. There wps some unpleasantness with the owner of' Sea God, which was disoua'itied by tile Yinnar stewards recently for running with shoes on. It trans pires that the XV.R.C. was not ac quainted with the disqualification. The horse was entered for thle Pubhlcans' Purse, and notwithstan dng t he disqua'ification thle owner clalmea the right to run himn, Th~i stewards flatly refused to let the horse start, whereupon the owlier threatened legal proceedings to re cover the amount of the stake. More may be heard of the. matter The arrangements for the events were satlsfactoriiy carried out. ResuIts :-.? Trial Stakes, five turIongs. G. Collis' Si'ver Gauntlet 7.0... 1 VW.'Clarke's Golden...
CRICKET. TRARALGON v. ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
CRICKET. TRARAL(;ON v. ROSEDALE. So tar this season cricket has been very dead, although several attempts have been made to form an association. However, cricket enthusiasts had a 'big 'day" yes terdav. Rosedale sent a team o! cricketers to play the return matcl with Trraralgon on the local ground. It had been rumored that Rosedale had been .putting mn a lot ot practice, and the locals, al though ahlays a strong combina tion, expectedc a keen contest. The match was started early mi the morning, and hilthough fthe weather was threatening ana oppressive, a fair crowd watched the progress of the game. A number of ladies, In cluding a good fcw trom Rosedale, were also present. ~lIr. Blundc, provided refreshments, which ga\ve civery satisfaction. The total scores are:-Rose'Jalc, 1st innings, 87, second Intings, 55, total. 142. Traralgon, 1st inmings, 34, 2nd innings, 65, total, 99.
TRARALGON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
.TTRA)ALGON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meetring of the sub sciribers of the TraraIgon Me chanics' Instltute was held on Fiday evening. The attendance was, as usual, small, indicatmg' that the public are fairly satisfied tliait imatters are proceedinmg sa ftlsfactorily. Mr. A. H. Cross (the president) occupied the chair. The niinutes of the previous meeting were confirmed. The secretary (Mr. W. WVest) read the fol!owinmg report: Roelepts, . £ I d. To balance, 1918 ... ... 40 6 2 ,. Members subsacriptione ... 58 11 8 ,, Hire ofhall .... 200 10 6 ,, Billiars Table .. .. 124 10 9 ,, Oovernment grant .. ... 14 '17 11 ,, Sundry receipts .. .. L 0 0 £43917 0 Receipts for 1912 .. £438 14 7 Expenditure. ~By librarian .. .. 83 8 0 ,, Bonus to secretary .. .. 10 10 0 ,, Interest on debentures .. 26 0 0 ,, Books and papers .... 40 13 11 ,, Gas account .. .. 83 1 7 ,, Billiard table and repaire .. 10 16 0 ,, Sundry repairs, eto... .. 53 7 7 ,, Insurance .. .. 5 1 6 ,, Piano...
TRARALGON SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
TRARALGON SOUTH. -- - Apub!ic meetming was held mn the mechanics' hall on Wednesday evenming to make arrangements re holding the annual plcnic. There was a good ittendance. The re port and balance sheet was adop ted, and on the mpotton of Messrs. C. Lade and (A. Downie, it was dccidea that the picnic be held onl Thursday, February 19, that be mng the only date available, as it was decided not to clash with any other fixture. IMr. A. E. Thompson was re elected secretary, and lr. T. Powehl treasurer. Messrs. J. J. Dunbar, D. M'Donald 'and G. Maxwehl were appominted judges. Arrangements were also made for the supervision of the sheat throwing, tilting at the rinog, and vaulting, and Messrs. Redpatl and Thos, Dowmne are to do the handi cappming and startming b? the events respectively. Another meeting to make final arrangements will be held on Monday evening, Febru ary 9. 'Ameeting of the Rabbit League was heldafter the business ot the picnic meeting had been disposed of. It was deciaed...
ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
ST. JAMES' CHURCH. The annual meeting of the mem- bers of St. James' Church, Tra- ralgon, was held on Thursday evening last. There was a good attendance, the Rector presiding. The minutes of the last annual meeting were read and confirmed. The report and balance-sheet was then read and adopted, and the election of Guardians for 1914 pro- ceeded with, the result being as follows:- Nominated by the congregation: Messrs. J. Howe, R. Chaundy, E. S. Whittakers, T. Coulson, R. A. Williams, A. E. Layton, W. H. Bond, R. Farmn Webb and J. Dufty. Nominated by the Rector: Mr. P. P. Serjeant, Mr. W. Wes:, and Mr. C. H. Welch. Board of Presentation: Messrs. H. E. Henden, E. S. Whittakers, W. West (Traralgon), Messrs. C. Moller, and S. King ,Glengarry). Miss. Hide was elected secre- tary of the missionary board. After the business of the even- ing had been completed, those pre- sent took part in social intercourse Refreshments were kindly provi- ded by the ladies. A very plea- sant gathering term...
Passed Away. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 January 1914
TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914. Passed Away. Mrs. Mary Thomas, widow of the late Mr. G. H. Thomas, of Traralgon, died at her residence on Saturday last. She had rea- ched 66 years of age, and had re- sided in Traralgon for nearly 30 years. Six sons survive her, all of whom are well known in Traralgon though several are living in other parts of the State, or in other Sta- tes. Ernest James and David E. are residing in Traralgon, Robert G. is in Freemantle, W.A., Fre- derick Charles in Aukland, New Zealand, Herbert J. in Melbourne, and Daniel John is managing a butter factory at Myniyong. The late Mrs. Thomas came from Wexford, Ireland, 47 years ago, 25 of which has been spent in Tra- ralgon. Previous to coming to &nbsp; Traralgon she lived at Hamilton, M'Arthur, and Portland, and also in Melbourne. Her late husband died 12 years ago. The interment took place at the Traralgon ceme- tery, yesterday, when the Rev. W. J. T. Pay read the service, and Mr F. L. Grubb had charge of the fu...
"GO AND DO SOMETHING.' ADVICE TO AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
"GO ANQ DO SOMETHING:. -o ADVICE TO AUSTRALIANS. "Austra'ia and the Emplre," was the subject on which Sir George Reid addressed a large and cor dial gathermng in the Coloseum. He urged that the study of the mind was essenltial. He wanted to see the young Austrahan throw his Greek and Latin into the street and go and do something that would tell upon the magnificlent resources of the'country. Not that he dispised Greek and Latin-he had learned Latin himself, and had forgotten It all as soon as he pas sed his exammatlon--but he could never learn Greek, and in New South Wales he had got an act of Parhlamerit passed makming It op tlonal with logic and French. Laughter. There were nore he role tbmgs for young Australians to do than to search for the North Pole. They should go out and do something. It might be hard work, but it people did not work hard they would soon get rusted.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. NEW METHOD OF TEACHING [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. -o NEW METHOD OF TEACHING The Rev. Horton Williams, who has charge of the Sunday school department of the Methodist Church of Victoria, gave an ad dress on the new methods of tea chlng, in the Methodist church, Traraigon, on Wednesday evening. The Rev. 1W. H. Scurr presided, but the attendance was small. Mr. Williams said that the mt mnisrty to little children was most important, and ;the greatest of all work. A ,magnificient opportunity was given ithe workers in the Sun day school of forming the charac ter of the children . Though great good had been accomplished in the past the workers were not sa tisfied with the present system of teaching, and they were looking for better 'and more effective me thods ofteaching. to retainm the children in 'the. Sunday school, and to draft them into the church later That ;said the speaker, was a very healthy sign. Mr. Wilhams belle ved.a that the Sunday school work would be niore blessed in ithe fu ture than it had been mn the ...
WHAT IS A NEW SHOW EXHIBIT? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
WHAT IS A NEW SHOW' EXI-HIBIT? -o At the show of the Bairnsdale Agricultural Society in November last the winner of the prize offered for the best cushlori was protes ted on the ground that the article was not new, andti therefore mneli gible to compete, according to the wonditions made. and provided. wheremn it was set forth that all work mn this class must be nO, and be the work of the exhibitor. The exhibitor, a young lady, on beming written to, admitted that she had taken a prize at the pre vious show with the same article. There was no doubt, therefore, that she was not entitled to re ceive the priez. But it was sta ted that the protester, another young lady, who had been awar ded the second prize, was also de barred from competing, her ex hibit having won a. prize at the Maffra show a tortnmght previous ly. A section'of the coimmittee, at last Saturday's meeting, did not agree with this view, urging that the exhibit placed second was new to the B3arnsdale show, and to ex clude...
DEMAND FOR PURE SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
DEMAND FOR PURE SEEDS. A crusade against impure seeds found expression on Wednesday in a deputation from the shire of Bul'n Buln to the Minister for Ag riculture, Mr. Hutchinson. Mr. J. E. Mackay, M.L.A. said that an approved suggestion was that the Government should es tabhlish a seed testing station mn Melbqtrne, and make seed testing compilsory. The Government should also undertake prosecutions An Important check was the hlcen sing of Iseedsmeli. Councillor A. J. M'Hugh stated that though he was prepared to pay high prices fdr pure seeds he found great difficu:ty mn getting them. Mr. Mackay: Councillor M'Hugh is the father of the pure seed movement. Cr. Kennedy also spoke. Mr. Hfitchinson; in reply, said it was estimated that a seed testing station would cost £10:0, and £100 to 'equip it. A previous Government had turned the propo sition 'down. Hlowever, that was no reason why the new overnment should not consider it. He agreed that the present act needed tigh tcning up ,at least...