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FROM WOMAN TO WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
FROM WOMAN TO WOMAN. "It is a great thing," remarked a kindly woman, "when daughters show an interest and pride in their mother's appearance. "Too often, I fear, a daughter's criti cisms of her mother's looks and dress are the outcome of a selfish impulse. The real motive is not so much filial affection as a desire that the mother may do the daughter credit. "But even this might be excused if the hints to the .mother were kindly and tactful. Mothers resent sour com ments on their methods of dressing, whereas they will often readily fall in with suggestions that show a loving Interest, and that come not as from daughter to mother so much as from woman to woman. This is the truest relationship to assume in matters that affect externals."
WIDOWS' CAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
WIDOWS' CAPS. Why do widows wear caps? Per. haps you may say because they make them look pretty and interesting. But the real reason is that when the Ro mans were in England they shaved their heads as a sign of mourning. Of course, a woman couldn't let her self be seen with a bald head, so she made herself a pretty cap. And now, though the necessity of wearing it has passed away, the cap remains.
SCHOOL PICNICS. METHODIST S.S. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
SCHOOL PICNICS. MlTI(THODIST S.S. The annual picnic of Traralgon Methodist Sunday school took place at the Sandbank on ZIon day last. There was a very good muster of both children and adults (the former being taken out in vehicles specially provided). The weather was d?elightfully cool and pleasant The young folk had a real good time, on the grounds, and were fully employed in the various games, swinging and bath ing. There was an abundant sup ply of relreshments. The following are the results ot the races: Girls. 4 to 6: Hazel Wigg, 1; Isabella Waite, 2. 6 to 8: Irene Ennis, 1; Dossle Ennis, 2. 8 to '10: E. Hinde, 1; Gwen Hinde, 2. 10 to 12: B. Scurr, 1; Mil'le Waite, 2. 12 to 14: Madge Thompson, 1; Nellite Gibbons, 2. t4 to 16: Ivy Long, 1; Ruby Janetzkt, 2. Siamese race: Ruby Janetzki and and May Williams, 1; Gwen and Eumnice Hinde, 2. Boys. 4 to 6: Harold Stone, 1; Allan Stone, 2; Allen Bayley, 3. 6 to 8: Harry Thompson, 1; D. Bayley, 2. 8to 10: Harold Janetzkl, 1; B. Thomas, 2....
LAND SALE. BUILDING SITES IN TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
LAND SALE. BUILDING SITES IN TRARALGON; Yesterday afternoon Messrs. A, M'Lean and 'o. conduoct?J a sale of very eligible building s~tes in Traralgon. The lots offered are portions of the original subdivision of Traralgon Park, and partly on the flat near the cattle yards, and partly on the hillside. The sale was held by order of the Equityt Trustees Association, and C. W4 G. Whittakers, Esq., of Vandocke, Tinamba. There ,as a fairly goodl attendance of the public, and Mrd Tom. Farmer was the auctioneer. SAlter reading the conditions ot sate , Mr. Farmer pointed out that the lots hyere very handy, and well situated, being near the school and post o'fflce. Those .on the flat were among the best building sites inm the town that were left. As the town was thriving it woutl come that way. Therefore, the blocks would increase in value. The land was for balc, and if there was any reasonable competition every lot would go. The auctioneer also pointed out that the terms were exceptionally go...
RAILWAY PILFERING. TOBACCO GOODS STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
RAILWAY PILFERING. TOBACCO GOODS STOLEN. Another glaring case of pilfer ing on the railways took place on the Gippsland line within the past two days. Mr. Harris, tobac conist, of iTraralgon, ordered a quantity of cake tobacco Lucey Hin'ton and cigars from Mr. J. E. Hunt, of Melbourne. The goods were idespatched in a pack age on the 27th inst. by goods train, which reached TraraIgon early yesterday morning. On en quiry, Mr. Harris found that the package was missing, but some cake tobacco and two Lucey Hin ton tins were discovered under a box. Apparently the thief or the thieves had opened the package to get at the contents, and carry them away without being noticed. and had dropped what had been left behind. The invoice value of the goods Is £10 10s 5d, and the value of the cake and two tms of Itobacco r7s 9. The package was properly siay billed. Mr. Ford, the stationmaster has reported the matter to the Claims agent of the department. It the goods or value are not recovered the Rai...
ATLANTIC SHIPPING WAR FIGHT TO A FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
ATLANTIC SHIIPPING WAR --------0-- FIGHT TO A FINISH. The Allan, Canadian Pacific and other Canadian shipiping lines are reducing rates in a similar manner to the Cunara and Whlte Star lines, which have taken ac tion to ,neet the competition of the Hamburg-Amerika line,. no longer a merrmber of the North At lantic Pool. Reduced rates will come into opera'tlon in 'February. The Liverpool representative of the Hamburg-Amerika Company, states that it will be a fight to a imnsh between his comipany and the others. He adds also that the Hamburg-Amerika Company is building three 20,000 tons boats boats i6r The Soutli-Aimerican pas senger service. Instructions have been issued by the Norddeutscher-Lloyd Com pany to follow every reduction jmade by the Hamburg-Amerika Co
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
A PLAGUE0 F THE NIGHT. You know what irat is-Piles; " . Nearly drive you mad. Hard to bear. Hard to .get rid of. : But,- wait a minute. Yes,' you *can, too. It's a case of knowing how. Knowing how means relief. It means Dean's Ointment. Dean's Ointment will do it. All itching skin diseases disap pear under the soothing influence of Dean's Ointment. Here is a proof of it: .Mr D. M'Bean, blacksmith, late of Princes street, Traralgon, now living on a fatm. near lMolbe, and well known here, saVyi-'!Foi some time my, life was made miserable by Itching Piles. I used-remedy after remedy trying for a cure,_ but there was nothing able to give i me ease. The irritation was dreadful; night and day I got no) relief. I could not sleep and could not work as I should have done. A friend adv'ised: me to use Dean's Ointment, and though I had lost faith in remedies, I got a pot, be cause he .was so sure it would cure me. I was surprised at the result of Dean's Ointment; it rap idly cured me. I did no...
SPORT AND PASTIME. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
SPORT AND PASTIME. --o- CRICKET. The following are the scores of the cricket match played between Rosedale and Traralgon on the local show ground on Monday last. -The return match will be playea at Rosedale on the 5th ot February i Rosedale, Ty:er, not out ... ... 20 Keys, b Hunt ... ... O Wallace, c Ryan, b Hunt ... 1 Lmphelby, c and b Milligan ... 23 Rolands, c Ryan, b Hagen auer ... ... 1 Walter, c Ryan, b Hagen auer ... ... ol Anderson, b Ryan - ... ... 5 M'Evoy, b Ryan, - ... .. 17 Gould, b Milligan .. . ... 0 Mooney, b Ryan ... ... 0 Kenyon, b Ryan ... ... 2 Gladsden, b Ryan ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... 16 Total ... . ... ... -87 S*econd Innmings. Tyler, c and b Milligan ... 8 Gladster, c Cooper, b Milhtgan 2 Gould, c Woodruff, b Milhgan 0 Umphelby, c 'and b Milhigan... 2 Keys, b Hunt ... ... ... 5 Wallace, b Hunt, . ... ... 14 Kenyon by Ryan ... ... 2 Rolands, c Hagenauer, b Milhlgan 4 Anderson, c Ryan, b Hagenauer 3 M'Evoy, b Milhgan ... ... 8 Walters, run out ... ... O Mooney...
Workless Men Complain. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
Workless Men Complain. Three young men at Moe told a Itale of hardship and made a statement that they were refused work on the Balrnsdale to Orbost railway line, in course of construc tron, although they were sent by the secretary of the Labor Bu reau. Mr. M. E. Kernot, Chief Engineer for Railway Construc tron, said that his department somedtimes asked the Labor Bur eau to furnish men needed for con struction works. The department engaged men in Melboure or on the job. Any men engaged were given work. At present 500 men were employed on the Bairnsdale Orbost line. He be!ieved that the Labor Bureau sometimes sent men to railway worlks with cards stat ing that they were "seeking work" on railways. These men had to take chances, as did other castial applicants for employment.
THE LIBERAL POLICY. "STEERING STRAIGHT ON." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
THE LIBERAL POLICY, "STEERING STRAIGHT ON." The Prime Miimster (Mr. Cook) speaking at the Liberal Workers' Institute on .Wednesday mnight, said the Ministry would not stay mn ot fice unless it could do its work, and get its measures through. Some of the statements that had been made showed unmistakably the mtentions and desires of the Opposition members. Mr. Mac Donald, the former speaker of the House of 'Representatives, had sta ted on the floor of the House that the Mmilnstry had not managed to get one measure that It had made part ot its policy through the House. MIr. Chapman asked who wris responsible, and Mr. M'Don aid had replied, " I take it that we are responsible." I:t ;was clear, therefore, that it v4-s hot the Li !beral, party that wis provoking the sordid party quarrels. It 'was not the fault of the Libera[ party that the work was not done. Hec was not the ,stuff that w\as going to sit idly by and fritter away the whole time of Parliament. while the Op pqsition insueltd ...
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
TELEPHONE ThUNK LINE RATES. 8 mln. each add. 3 min Morwell ... 2-d ... 2d Glengarry ... 2d ... 2d Toougabbie ... 2d ... 2d Moe ... 3d ... 3d Cowwarr ... 3d ... 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's Creek :3d ... 3d Trafalgar ... 4d ... 3d Yarragon .. 6d ... 5d Sale ... 6d ... 5d Walhalla ... 6d ... Maffra' ... 8d ... 6d Eeyfield ... 8d' ... 6d Newry ... 8d ... 6d Tinamba ... 8d ... 6d Warragul ... Sd ... Id Yarram ... 1/4 ... 1/
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE, i Dr Hagenauer 2 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 to THE JOURNAL ('W. Chappell). II Whittaker Bro;s: [z J.'English [3 Shire Hall [4 J. D. Campbell 15 J S. Milligan S6 S. Lees -7 Nurse.Miller 18 Gippsland Trading Coy, 19 J H. Vivian 20 Mathieson and D; vis 21 P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store, 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H. Row 25 Serjeant and Bruce ~26 A. M'Lean and Co. 27 R. H. Widdis 28 Grand Junction Hotel 29 Railway Station 30 Savings Bank. 31 Butter Factory 32 Police Station. 33 Nati6nal Bank 34 Peniliand and Canfield. 35 C. E. Clarke. 36 H. M. Campbell. 37 " The Record" (J. W. Guest), 38 A. J. Trood. 39 J. W. Grubb. 40 F. Gruhb 41. J. Robinson. 42. A. W. Crowe and Co. 43. W. Chiistensen and Co. 44. iR Widdis. 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay.
INFLUENCED BY CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
INFLUENCED BY CLOrTHES. A shrewd observer of the world once observed that one of the greatest consolation's in life was the consciqus ness of being well-dressed And it is certainly the fact that clothes have in influence on the mind far deeper han many people sispect. A remarkable instance of this fact was seen when a certain great lady, ipon going into mourning, bestowed pon a iloydenish young friend an ele ,ant and costly gown. Until then the younger lady had dgnalised her masculine tendencies y wearing tailor-made garments. At ired in her new costume, she appear •d at a fashionable assembly with the no. and air of a. princess. So great *'as the impression created by her ,ew-found grace and dignity, and so ;.r:on. the effect upon her mind, that 'er manners undergeht a complete :h-ngn, and from a brusque, mannish oung ,woman she developed into a rande dame.
AT HYMEN'S ALTAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
AT HYMEN'S ALTAI. The wed ling ring has at one timi or another been worn on the thuml and every fuinger. Four rings were used in the mar riage ceremony of Mary Stuart with the unfortunate Darnley. The use of the wedding ring is first coted in Egypt, where the ring was the emblem of eternity. The Crusades introduced a fashion of holy ?ross rings, each containing • fragment of two crosses. Marriage by capture prevailed among the Turkomans until a very recent date, and the form is still kept up. A hundred years ago, when the bride had a fortune, the newspaper stated that fact and also gave the amount. In Samoa the bride wears a wreath of flowers, a dress of cocoanut mat ting, and has her face colored with turmeric. Among the Tartars a marriage is always attended by a sham fight be tween the friends of the groom and bride. In Morocco thre face of the bride is painted white and red, and her hands and feet are dyci yellow with henna. . When the hair of the Roman bride was dressed for the ...
Show Protest. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 January 1914
FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914. Show, Protest.. Regarding the protest lodged againmst the prize being awarded to J. it. Glean for the best gentle men's turnout at the late Bairns dale show ,the" Advertiser" re ports that Mr. Irving, the secre tary, said he had written to Mr. Glenn on the subject, and had re ceived from iim what purported I tobe a statutory declaration, stat tmg that 1l1 the entries he made -were his ,own personal property. That was inot 'disputed. The que s tion is, was the buggy with which* Mr. Glenn took the prize his o- n private property at the time? c veral members stated that it was reported on show day that the buggy was Inot Mr. Glenn's uhless he bought it. that day. On the allegec declaration beming exami ned, it was toumd not to be mn or der; m fact it could not be ac ceptcc as a declaration, and on the motion bt Mr. Cooper, secon dea by Mr. Peart, the secretary and Mr. aSndford were instructed to prepare a proper declaration, and forward it to Mr. Glenn for his...
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 3 February 1914
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE .RATES. 8 mm. each add. R min Morwell ... 2d ... 2d Glengarry ... 2d ... 2d Toongabbie ... 2d 2d Moe ... 3d ' ... 3d Cowwarr ... 3d ... 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's Creek :3d . ... '3d Trafalgar ... 4d ... 3d Yarragon .. 6d ... 5d Sale ... 6d 5, Walhalla ... 6d ... Maffra ... 8d ... 6d Heyfield ... 8d 6. Newry ... 8d ... 6d Tinamba ... 8d ... 6d Warragul ... 8d ... Id Yarram ... 1/4 ... I1 Clarkson sells all photographic materials, and gives you expert $dvice as well. Why go farther and fare worse? * * * * Many events of public interest and value never reach the columns of the local newspaper.' The Press is said to have many eyes and ears, but it is not omnipresent, and does not see and hear every thing. Consequently we shall be glad if readers will assist us by sending xeparzts-fLmatters of.pub lic interest for publication in the "Journal."
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 3 February 1914
THE TELEPHONE. -o TRARALGON EXOHANGE, I Dr Hagenauer 2 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 io THE JOURNAL (W. Chappell). II Whittaker Bros;: 1i J. English 13 Shire Hall '4 J. D. Campbell 15 J S. Milligan t6 S. Lees 17 Nurse Miller I8 Gippsland Trading Coy. 19 J H. Vivian 2o Mathieson and Davis z21 P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store, 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H. Row 23 Seijeant and Bruce 26 A. M'Lean and Co, 27 R H. Widdis 28 Grand Junction H1tel 29 Railway Station o30 Savings Bank. 31 Butter Factory 32 Police Station. _ 33 National Bank 34 Pentland and Canfield.. 35 C. E. Clarke. 36 H, M. Campbell. 37 " The Record" (J. W. Guest), 38 A. J. Trood. 39 J. W. Grubb. 40 F. Grubb 41. J. Rlobinson. 42. A. W. Crowe and Co. 43. W. Christensen and Co. 44. R,. Widdis. 45. Rev. .W. J. T. Pay.
A HOME MADE HAIR GROWER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 3 February 1914
A HOME MADE HAIR GROWER. Durmig the last few years an nouncemenlts have .appeared occa sionally ,telling how to make a really good hair Itcniome that wvoult actually make the hair grow, and it gives us great pleasure to learn that so many 1,ho have tried it have obtained such remarkable re sults. One lady writes that im Smeihately after readmg the for mula. she went 'to her chemist, an&1 had him ptit up, as directed, one ouice of Lavona de Composce,: dram [Menthol Crystals, and three ounces of Bay Rum. She took this home, and although her hair had been falling out terribly, and she was threatened with baldness, she was astonished and dlehghted to note that the falling out of the hair stopped immediately, and the hair itself began to grow :n an ainmazing manner. In fact, she states that it has already grown over eight inches in a little over two months. Moreover, her hair Is now brighter, glossier, and more luxriant than ever, and it Is still growing. She ribbed the tonic int...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 3 February 1914
'A PLAOUE OF THE NIGHT. You know what it is-fPiles. Nearly drive you mad. Hard to bear. Hard to get'rid'of. But, wait a minute. Yes, you Scan, too. It's a case of knowing how. Knowing how means relief. It means Doan's Ointment. Doan's Ointment will do it. All itching skin diseases disap pear under the soothing influence of Doan's Ointment. Here is a proof of it: Mr D'. M'Bean, blacksmith, late of Princes street, Traralgon, now living on a farm near Mloe, and well known here, says:-"For some time my life was made miserable by Itching Piles. I used remedy after remedy trying for a cure, but there was nothing able to give me ease. The irritation was dreadful; night and day I got no relief. I could not sleep and could not work as I should have done. A friend advised me to use Doan's Ointment, and though I had lost faith in remedies, I got a pot, be cause he was so sure it would cure me. I was surprised at the result of Doan's Ointment; it rap idly cured me. I did not write before, as I ...