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BERMONDSEY CLUB FACTORY GIRLS' MENU [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

BERMONDSEY CLUB \ FACTORY GIRLS- MENU Jfi. 8 c,lo!lu to tlle river Oil lis the on? "rn?k' .n,ul lmmocllutely to trie, o ^,M"1°lBrl0sc' ls 11 '"a v.w 1 Thich half a eenturv hn<? brought grcnt changes. Many of its aspect! n'U 811,1 Wl<le and otnn.easlng m.b'"antla{ red brici-'^ome^^' winch i Is " cl'rv^n,", "e Brew ",s rof*» * , cmums' Uermondsey o?l<l J«CtS",nt SUburb when ««i not vcry much vounjrer diwimiM Ulilt c"» be made to !t, r £ lu"vever slightly, tile gloom t int has settled over it now deaervM to bo encouraged. m-omes Nowadays Dcrniondsey, with great wharves an<l a busy railway o bring Po[,uiru;lon!."'0,,,,<i l"cm !1 bl* ,. DP FACTO UIISS A%. midday thousands of rlrls and young women are to be seen ,,our n£ OTcntaV'th1, "lH""U fn thf arain" ,.mi° ?j"nu l'Tvd ls to be seen !!£? .. "ntI Bermoiuisey has little to offer ,t " the way of healthy reerea ^re°d.that C'1" e ovor-estl^ Jen; nnd, stand!ng°baek ££ thoroughfare betwee...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. MOE V. TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

CRICKET. MOE V. TRAFALGAR. Trafalgar visited Moo on Saturday and after an enjoyable game with the enthus iastic and sportsmanlike local eleven they cxperienned a very comfortable win Moo-.)?, Trafalgar, two wickets for 10l! Jerry Hogan and Errington treated the' bowling of Johnston with every consider ation at first, but alter the lirst few overs both batsmen played confidont and cap. able cricket, thepartr.crship yielding 07 runs the former being 15 when he was forced to retire by n ball from Liddv Lrrmgton continued with R. McInneB and when the latter lost his wicket after an attractive innings of 20. Trafal»ar'ii champion willow-wieldcr Imd increasod his score to 107. not out. This, -.s f,lr n9 wo can recollect, is the lirst century faired 111 local cricket, and m Krrington is noted for his manly conduce on the cricket and football field his many friends were jubilinnt at his success.

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

Special Announcement. OWING to increased Railway Facilities we are now doing a Steadily increasing business in Your District and Neighborhood, and Cus tomers will find it very much to their advan to send their orders to us WHY ? VECAUSE our prices are much Lower. Even less than Mel bourne when Freight added. BECAUSE of Greater Variety, Larger Stocks, [Direct Importations from Manufacturers, Seasonable. Novelties. Up-to-date Goods all the Year Round [F You wnnt Anything from a Noodle to an Anchor, Send us a Trial Order. . Wo Guarantee You will be pieuseil and become a Regular Customer. Drapers. Grocers, Ironmongers, Wine & Spirit Merchants Central Emporium., Warragul. Miifar-Wade Automatic Milker. The Last Word in Milk Machines. I?f vi'lut ii v. urk in cow yanl. Onii In- ivuTii'tl iti tin- poi-kef. Marvellous in its siinplk-ity. fit . i -f A Boy of Tv/eiys v/iin Four of these Macliincs can milk . TIIIRTY GOVVS AN HOUR COS"! (v,l-.io!i means so much to llic struggling dairyman...

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TRAFALGAR E. v. WILLOWGROVE [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

T1iAF.A,L,,'AR K' v- WILLOWGROVE Air-if11 ^ succeeded in defeating \\ nlowgrove, who nre always u. difficult team to dispose of, by 20 "ram, scoring 70 runs to their opponents SO.. II. Parko 1 errior, W. Park anil M. Stmvrt shared the bowling honors. The lii- ?st scores for the winners were liimle by j Taylor, senr. l'J L. Young 12 and Austin Briges 1-, the latter s success being the signal lor quite nn ovutiun.

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FAMOUS SLOVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

FAMOUS SLOVENS. j It is surprising how careless of thoir outer nppearnnco many famous men huvo been. It- is said of Turner, the 'groat landscape painter, that his hands were the smallest ami ilivtiest hands on ' record. Perhaps that is an exaggera tion, but he was certainly very slovenly m his dress, lie wore a bluou swallow tail dress coat, very much in need of a clothes-brush vigorously applied, and in I the warmest, as well as in the coldest ' weather he wore around his throat a 'sort ol wrap or mutller, which he would | unloose, letting tho ends dangle down j in lront and iltp into the colors of his ' palette, lie always worked either with i nis old hut on Ins head or with this j same largo niulller over his head, liis ' appearance was more like that of an I old-time coachman than of a famous | Royal Academician, lor ho was short [an<| stout, with a red and blotchy lace. | Dr. Johnson's slovenliness has almost 1 passed into a proverb. There are many contemporary accou...

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The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER VII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

The Great Montamor 6ase. By ALICE M. DIEELL, Authoress of "The Knuvo of UcJU'ts,'' CHAPTER VII.-Continued. "Slop!" cried Gwendolen, llercely. She 'was deadly pule. Slio gasped for breath. "How you, who are no more Lord Mojitamor Uian I mil, dare to talk as you arc talking, shows me that you deserve 110 mercy from any. one, lcastr of all from me-me, who am hound to protect the name of my dead pousin Robert, whom you pre tend to be, wlioni you insult, and out rage hy pretending to be, if it costs me my life. Understand, I lioid docu ments which must bring you to pris on for years-formerly they would have brought you to the gallows. The liest thing you can do is to go-go leaving a confession of your crime as an atonement for your, sin." He had murmured "My God!" as she was speaking. Then had half risen from bis seal, on second Ihoughts sinking back. He looked ghastly, his features drawn and con vulsed. "Madam, you must be mad," lie said, staring at her with puzzled ap prehension. "Von-...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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THE SHADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

THE SHADOWS. By Walter Mnrples. Why Jack Monkson chose such _a quiet, out-of-the-way place for his night's vacation was a mystery to lus friends. "Sparvale! Never hoard of it, ob served one. ..(Jot n girl there?" queried another. All failed to elicit any response, ex. eepting tin inscrutable smile. Jack was as silent as the sphinx. The day that he arrived.at the sta tion was one ol those which only <'n Knglish autumn can furnish-sunshine without glare, warmth without oppres siveness, and a bracing atmosphere that imparted new life with every breath in haled. , % , . ., lie did not mind the eight-mile tramp over the moorland, for the heather was at its best, the purplo of it scorning to lend color to the distant haze, until earth and sky interming led. , His eyes scanned the landscape, searching for a half-forgotten land mark. lie was trusting to instinct to guide him in the right direction. Suddenly a wailing cry as of some one in pain came to him from the dis tance Looki...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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CHAPTER VIII. Mrs. Daunce. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

CHAPTER VIII. Mrs. Daunce. Without a word to anyone, with out soeklng Ronald or leaving a mess ago for him to explain her sudden de parture, Gwendolen summoned her chauffeur and returned to town. Her maid Cecile had gone out for the evening, ns well as her companion "Dumpie." Only one gloomy mnn Borvant seemed at home. She was glad. William, tho footman, was. evi dently in dudgeon, possibly at having been left guardian of tho establish ment while his fellow-servants enjoy ed "a night out," and would be too ure-occuplod to notlco his mistress's agitation, or ask himself what her un expected roturn from Lady Emilia's much-talked-of fete might signify. She told him she was retiring for tho night, would not roqulro Ceeile when slio returned, and, giving him some orders in a cnsuiil tone, went to hor room, where alio enjoyed the lux ury of locking everyone out and un dressing herself without her maid's chatter, and freed from her inquisi torial gaze. Then she resorted to a familiar trick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

A. F. WITHAM FARM SALESMAN, Estate, Insurance & Financial Agent. DANDENONG Hents Collected. Auction Sales' Arranged. Valuations Made 3J2 GREAT Clearing SALE ^ R. M'LEOD & CO. THq Gr^at Bargain Distributors Will start their Sale on Thursday, January 29th For TEN DAYS Only This will be the Greatest, Grandest and .Big'gest Sale this noted firm has ever held Look Out four our 7a 6d, 8s lid, 9« lid Costumes, To be Cleared at 2s lid R. M'LEOD ffous^ of Quality = Warragul YULE'S ENS OF SEASON SALE I JL4: Only. AH Goods Reduced to Bedrock Prices FOR CASH ONLY. Clothing, Hats, Boots, Underclothing, Shirts, Hats, Boots, Prints, Hosiery, Lamps, Glassware, Fancy Goods. Commencing FRIDAY, FEB. I3th For 14 Days Only, 1. B, YULE, Trafalgar WARRAGUL SMALL'S Annual Sale Books, Ladies' Handbag's, Musical Instruments and a Host of Sundries, Thursday, 19th February. TRELOAR & CO.'S Rummer COMMENCES Saturday, February 7th AT THE TWflliGflK STORES Mr. Trembath DENTIST Comer UrunBw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

A CAUD, A CAl:1> E, R. WARREN, Commissioner of the Supreme Court for taking affidavits. Hoimnenccd "the practieo of his ? fession ht'Tratalgar, visiting ? YARRAGOX on FRIDAY SIOE on TUESDAY und . Thorp (laic when required. . TN'COJIB TAX SOHhDCLlib MADE UP - Melbourne A60»^N. DD FFy & iaSG . (A CARD(. Mr Hubert Kelly, M.A., L.L.B. Barrister ami Solicitor, Proctor <1- CoiiCLi/iinccr HAS commenced the praetico ot bis profession in 510 E and visits ^ the Surrounding Courts when reqairca. U.B,-Inoomo The Returns compiled. Loans Negotiated and other Agenc ?Work Effected. CARD. A CARD DENTISTRY. FRED H. MACARTNEY, Recorded bv the DKNTAJj Board of . * Victoria - MAY be consulted tit his- Surgery Contingent St., TRAFALGAR where the best advice can be obtained, ftud all appliances up-to«Jate. The Anaesthetic usedhns been certified o by Dr Mollison, Bacteriologist. Mel curnc Hospital, MOE visited first and third Friday in each month. STAJ3JXAG0N visited Second and Fourth...

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W.A.F.M. In Advance at Trafalgar. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

W.A.F.M. In Advance at Trafalgar. The Womens' Auxiliary Foreign Mission which was inaugurated last September, held a very successful social evening and colTee supper on Friday, 23rd January. Thfc church was well filled, admission being by gifc to tlw mission box The Rev. A. II. "Mitchell occupied the chair. The secretary read the report, showing satisfactory pro gress made in the short . time. A good programme was gone through and further interen was aroused in the W.A. F.'M. which was encourag ing to the members of the local branch.

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The Times. TUESDAY, FEB 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

(|lw TUESiOAA', FEB joth. Dr Pain, Bishop of Gippsland, will preach at St Mary's church of England, Trafalgar on Sunday morning next. The local Race Club are holding anoth er race meeting on March 21th. Every arrangement is being made for ilio com: fort and convenience- of patrons, and a good time is assured to all lovers of the sport, Mr J. Tatieraoit, dentist, will visit Trafalgar on Saturday, 7th Febru ary, and may bo consulted at Red man's Coffee Palace Mr 0wen Kyne has been appoin ted to the Trafalgar State School. Mr Kyne comes from Kaniva, and we uii ierstand, possesesan excellent record. Ihe local slate sihool'wis closed on Tuesday afternoon last on account of the excessive heat. The temper ature at the school reached KU. Mr and Mrs Branigau loft ou Wed nesday, II ih insl for a tour in New Zealand. Mr I'.ranigan intends lo study the dairying and agricultural methods of the dominion. Strenuous is the lot of the senior cadets, and their officers (or some or them) when campijg ...

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III. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

At 11 p.m. .Murphy again admitted I his two stealthy visitors. By the light I ol >111 cletric torch, which one of thoui | carried, tlu\y made their way to thu phonograph. "Did it work all right?" asked Lo gan. "\es. I let it off jusl as thov start- : cd," replied the » ver-lruthtul .Murphy. Carefully they carried tlie instrument away with them, leaving their confeder ate looking as it life held out no more | prospects tor him, at any rate. ".Shaw will open his eves when ho hears it," said i.ogan, as they hurried along, "lie rather prides himself on , his music; thinks he knows a lot .about, it. lie ought to appreciate this." t "It's great, man. We've done old I Brindle a treat. We shall he quits foi 1 that kick I got," said Oliver, fueling gingerly at tUe affected part. 1 '"Brindle knew i had done him before but he won't have tlie faintest notion I who has got at him this time," said Logan. I ".Murphy seems a bit queer." i "Not when he got his dibs. I've ask- , ed about half a do...

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II. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

II. Big Tom 'Murphy looked down at Lo gan and Oliver in surprise. j "If he finds you he'll half kill you," I he said. j "Wo can risk that." I "If ho knows I've done it lie will got 1 mo sacked." 1 ''That's not as had as potting half i killed. There is not as inueh risk ahont your part of it. as ours. Besides, you stand to gain something.'' I "I dot't know when the next re hearsal will he." "Von can find out somehow." "T shouldn't like Brindle to got hold i of me again " said Oliver, as they walk- I »k] away. "There's still ;i hig' hriiise ' where lie kicked me. Ho is as vicious I as an overfed cab-horse." | "It would ho a hit rotten on Murphy if he got the sack," said Logan . "The worst part of it will he waiting for hours probably, before we hear any thing. I here might lie something else on meanwhile." Logan stopped before a shop window. | in which were displayed all kinds of j gramophones, phonographs, etc. "By jovp. I've got it," he cried. "Wh.it?" asked Oliver. "How to got Brin...

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HOLY! HOLY! HOLY! LORD OF HOSTS! [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

HOLY'- HOLY! IIOLV LORD OF HOSTS ! BY PASTOR UUSStiLL. Tcxi: MMv. i'oly, holy, is iliL- L«ml u! Ilo.iis; tlic whole carlh shall he lull ul llct jltiry" (l3«. vi. 3) Since rfliurtl.v after ' tin? .-U'fotid century ;lie Christian Oliuivli has iiccii gr.uln.illy led into a tot.il niw roil' vptinn of the Divine character as mmuVstetl in tlx* Divine *il titiulv to W.Hil liuiiMiiitv. Liltle by little li«;at hi-ninli tl»>*:lriucs »v*spivting an eternity ol tortnit! for ;iU ex cept tin* favoii'J few were pusiehert. (Jratl IIPASTOR. RUSSELL)] .tally men enlarged upon the errors until hwlav the most hoinhly description* dl tlu» Almighty Hod are punted m Clin?' Sic No IhmI'Iilm) people haVe over picture-1 th.-ir god m 30 devilish a light U&* IItheir u\oh be. they rannot coinpaK .vith ilie Satanic de-en^ition* which Chris tians in th« ereeda of the Dark Ages hav-;« .given of lire God of a» grace and Fathcrr Tin' nobler: and br-sC ponfr)r m Christen J..m have ahuidoned rhe horrible te...

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ALPINE JOY PARADISE OF SNOWS [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

ALPINE JOY PAItADISE OF SNOWS "Who can forget the sov^n miles of glacier that ho descended In one un ] broken motion?" asks Mr Arnold XiUnn, I in the course of an article In "Tho I Oornhill Magazine." "The slope wan so even and unchang I lng that he seemed to be standing still \ while the valley glided upwards and the bounding cliffs moved by to a 1 stately measure. Then slowly the earth lost its swiftness. There was a I slight pressure on the soles of his foot, I as the glacier stopped moving and the snows came to rest. But these tilings | must be Celt "I can never look from the windows of a great hotel, out on to the snows of old adventure, without a quickening of the pulse anil an over-mastering de sire for tiie secret and silent valleys where gymkhansiR cense from troubling: and the turkey trots no more. Just us surely us autumn calls the swallow to the youth, so the shortening of tho days carries a warrant from the white, Paradise whose magic casements reveal some vision of ult...

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HUMBLE POTATO [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

HUMBLE POTATO Arrangements are being made In France for the celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the death of l^armentler, whoso name Is insep arably associated with the Introduc tion of potatoes as a popular comes tible. Louis Louis XVI. promised to help Stim to launch them by giving a ban quet at which they were to be served as an attractive novelty; but the ttoyal cook unfortunately misunderstood the Instructions given to him. Instead of boiling the tubercles, he cooked the leaves as a kind of cabbage. Tho courtiers, after trying every imaginable sort of condiment with tho preparation, pronounced tho dish de testable, and declared that no per ! auaslon would induce thom over to taste it again. Inquiry, however, detected tho error which had been made, and a uecond experiment brought the new delicacy Into high favor.

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BRINDLE'S OVERTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

Ill - v I'! BRINDLE'S OVERTURE. By Griffin Kauftman. Logan looked ns if Shaw, the news ; '» editor, hnd asked him to interview a . bargee on a Martian canal. "I've had one tussle with Brindlc," be said. "You'll enjoy another all the more," roplied Shaw. "Ho simply won't have » reporter near him. 1 believe he would .shoot , every one he saw, ii' he dare." ' "All the more chance for the 'Morn-, ing Mail' to got it exclusively." "When is tlie opera "Three weeks to-morrow." "I'll work it somehow." Logan returned to the reporters' room. "Anything on?" asked Tony Djjyies. "I'm after Brindlc again-the com poser. * "What has he been up to this time!'" "Tho chief wants a description of his overture for the new opera.'* "That's a soft job to put you on.1 "Oh, is it? Yon don't know Brin dle." "Is he fierce?" "He hates newspaper men like poi- i son. H\j won't say a word about his | music." "It isn't worth worrving about, is t it?" 1 "I don't know. The chief thinks it j is. Brindle's overture is...

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EXCUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

EXCUSES. People who are made of the right kind of material do not mnko excu ses; tliey worlc. Tlioy do not whine; thoy keep forging ahead. Thoy do not wait for somebody to help them; they help themselves. They do not wait for an opportunity; they mako It. Thoso who complain of "no chance" confess their weakness-their lack of efficiency. They show that they nro not greater than' the obstacle which confronts them,

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BOY IN SIGNAL-BOX ENGINEDRIVER IN TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 20 February 1914

BOY IN SIGNALBOX IC.NT; I^'KDIUVRR IN THAP. The report of Lieutenant-Colonel Druilt. who hold the Board of Trade inquiry into the accident at St. James* Station, Liverpool, on October 15, when six persons were killed and 03 injured by a train dashing: into a stationary train, was issued yesterday (says "The Daily Mail" of December 17). It was stated that at the time of the accident the hooking boy in the Cen tral Station signal-box was working the block instruments, and Signalman "*V. Thompson, mistaking a signal - which the Imv took, admitted the colliding train. Driver Millward. of the colliding (rain, had stated that he ran into the train in front of hhn without seeing anything, tSt- James's Station is a small station in the open between two tunnels.) .Midland drivers, the inspector states, stand on the right hand side of the footplatt . and the signals being on the 'eft hand side Millward depended on his Hrenian to look out for the signals. "I consider that Driver Millward onty ...

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