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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
' Brsnnss NOTICKS. DRESSMAKING. .118. SMITH (Late of Morwell), HAVING decided to start business in Tra falgar, is prepared to execute all orders entrusted to her with promptness. Latest styles. Prices to suit the times. A Trial Solicited. Fit and Workmanship-Guaranteed. Note the fid&reea Next 8tate School, TRAFALGAR. DUX CYCLE DEPOT, TRAFALGAR; FIRST-CLASS New and Secondhand Machiner, for Ca«h, or on Terms. All accessories stocked., Repairs carefully execu ted. Call and inspect. H. LAWLESS, Agent. Trafalgar. H. STANLEY, Practical WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER, TRAFALGAR. All REPAIRS ofFected at Citv Prices, and Gitfunateed for Twelve Months. A good supply of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, and all kinds of Addles: Next door to Lawless' Coffee: Palace, TRAFALGAR. Branches at Moe and Traralgon. GOOD NEWS FOR TRAFALGAR. N. LAWLESS, .JJAIKDRESSER, TOBACCONIST, AND STATIONER, DESIRES to Intimate to the residents of -Trafalgar and surrounding district that he occupies spacious premises adjo...
The News. (Late Advocate.) PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1904. A MARKET FOR TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
§jlen>s. (Late Advocate.) PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR. PUBLISHED TkinsDAY MORNINGS. , THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1904. A MARKET FOR TRAFALGAR. IT might be thought premature to sug gest establishment of a weekly gene ral market in Trafalgar, but we believe the venture would not only prove re munerative, but would be a boon to the inhabitants and in a very short time would largely advance the town ship and district. A market town in variably becomes an important com mercial ranire in the distrteHn-which it is situate. Its benefits are many-fold,, and are participated in both by busi ness and private people. At persent we have tri-mostmy cattle sales, con ducted on an extensive scale by two enterprising firms of auctioneers. These sales bring, large num bers of people into the township from all directions, but the establishment of a regular general market would enormously increase the number of outside visitors-not alone from the farming community, but even from neighboring townships. This ha...
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT, APRIL 31, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
CHURCH/ SERVICES. SOTTWRIL i WESLETAH C5BCROT.-|~'Fra£atgar, 11 a.m., Mr. I I Weir; f.30 p.m., Rev. Fielding. Trafalgar ] . South, 3 pja., Mr. Weir. Thorpdale, 7 p.m., | | Mr. Stranger. Childera 3 p.m., Rev. Fielding. 1 Nnrr&can, 3 pjn., Mr.. Stranger. Narracim I East, 11 ajn.,-Rev. Fielding. Moe, 7 p.m-, I Mr. Akers. ! | ROWAN JLTHOUO.-Mass will be celebrated j next Sunday as follows:-Moe, 9.30 a.m.; Tra- I | falgar, 11 a.m.; and at Thorpdale on Monday,1 I at 10 a.m.; the Rev. M. Hoyne officiating at j I each place. \
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
' ^ jraws/. PEOPIiE'S P0P17AR . 1'APER. SHIES NOTICES. Shire of Narracan. NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS. (~)N aad aft»r 1st June, interest at the rale of 8 per ceot per annum will be chHrg'd on &lt;11 Unpaid Bates. No person will be entitled to be EN ROLLED in the respect of any pro perty unless before pr on the lOtb day of June next, all flume, payable in re spect of any rates made three months or more before such day in respect of. tsach property have been paid. ' The Collector will be in attendance at tbe Shir« Hall, M"e, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., for the purpose ofreceivmi? such rates fr&lt;m the 4tb to the 10th Jaoe (Sunday excepted, Satur ?lay 10 till 12 noon), and At the follow, iog places : YABIUOOH, Tuesday, May 17th. TBAFALOAB, Thursday, May 19th. WILLOWOBOVB, Saturday, May 21e« By Order, B. LANGFORD, Shire Secretory. Shire Hall, Moe, April 19th, '04. Shire of Narracan. LIST OF CONTRACTS FOR APRIL MEETING. rpENDERS, addressed to " The President," will...
THE CULTURED CROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
THE CULTURED CROW. Once upon a time a crow sat upon a high branch of a tree with a large bit of cheese in her mouth, when an envious and hungry fox came prowl ing along and espied the choice mor "You are a beautiful bird," said the cunning fox, and yet your great beauty is not equal to your marvel lous voice, which charms all the' beasts of the forest. Pray, Mrs Crow, do l&t me hear you sing." The crow turned her head to one side, as is the habit with such birds, and looked at Mr Fox.- Then she de liberately ate the cheese, and after clearing her voice spoke. "Thank you for your compliment, Mr Fox," she said. "If you will wait a minute I will sing for you. I never sing or speak until after dinner since I have been reading ancient fables." The fox did not wait but trotted on
STONE BY STONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
STONE BY STONE. Tom and Robert were walking through the woods. They came to a stream of water; both stopped, delib erating what was best to be done. "I am going to leap it," said Tom. "I am going to work my way over, stone by stone," said the mote pru dent Robert. Tom leaped, and missing his foot ing, fell into the middle of the stream, whilst Robert, working his way care fully from one stone to another, land ed safe and dry on the other side. Boys, learn the lesson while yet young; the shortest way often appears the longest. Do not try to leap across the stream of difficulties that separ ates you from the shores of success. Perseverance, diligence and determin ation are all stones cast across the stream of life. A leap will bring you down, among them, wounded and bruised. But, conquer them, stone by I stone, and ultimately you will reacn the other shore—the coveted land of success. Remember, do not leap; | work your way across the stream stone by stone.
For the Children' SECRET OF HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
For the Children' SECRET OF HAPPINESS. Are you almost disgusted with life, little man? I will teli you a wonderful trick, That will bring you contentment, if anything can— Do something for somebody quick! Are you awfully tired with play, little girl, Weary, discouraged and sick I'll tell you the loveliest game in the world— Do something for somebody quick! Though it rains like the rain of the flood, little man, t And the clouds are forbidding and thick. You can make the sun shine in your soul, little man Do something for somebody quick! Though the skies are like brass over head, little girl, And the road like a well-heated brick. And all earthly affairs in a terrible whirl, Do something for somebody quick I
Grave and Gay. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
Grave and Gay. Papa: "Come, here, sir. Your moth" ■ ;r and I both agree that you deserve I l sound whipping." Small boy, bitterly: "Oh, yes, that's Father: "What's little Tommy cry Father, suspiciously; "Indeed, got a different sort of jam than the sort f he was looking for, I expect." Conjurer: "Now, I am going to per- I form the most wonderful tricK of the ' evening. I wish a lady to .. the platform. She will tnen enter this | cabinet and will completely disap Daughter: "I feel Father: "Indeed! How many i bers are there in the Fresh Air Club?" Daughter, somewhat confused: "Oh, J there are only two of i "I say, papa," said little Alick pretty young teacher is greatly inter ested in you." 'Indeed," said papa, much, grati of a father you have?'" Johnnie: "Come on, Will, and let's play for two or three hours." Will: "But mamma said we weren't to be more than five minutes." Johnnie: "Oh that's all right. Her new bonnet has come home, and she's going to try it on. We're all right for th...
A Camel Ride As Described by a Victim. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
A Camel Ride As Described by a Victim. Jolting back and forward, At each shambling stride. Bounding hither, thither, In your rugged ride, Jerking, sliding, slipping, Bobbing to and fro, Oscillating wildly, Gasping as you go; Teetering, cavorting, Bouncing up and down, Grunting, groaning, grinning, Like a circus clown, Frantically jumping, Landing with a tnump, Wriggling, twisting, chiirning, On the horrid hump, Rolling. pitching;^-MTssing, Rising, falling back, Lurching, tumbling, bumping, Getting blue and black; Yet with desperation Cling to the tough, Grim, uncomely, shapeless. Raw-boned, ugly, rough, Awkward, clumsy, homely, Scraggy, gawky, hulking, Huge, grotesque, fahtastic, Rugged, slouching, skulking.. Ill-proportioned, haggard, Gaunt, ungainly mammal Bless me, this i3 frightful, Riding on n camel!
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
NOTES AND COMMENTS. i Messrs. Mathieson and Davis will ! liold their next ordinary monthly cattle ; sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, 14tb May. A large yarding of mixed stock is expected, as usual, and buyers will be present from Melbourne, Sale, and all parts of Gippsland. Mr. Nicholas, chemist, Trafalgar, has secured a long lease of a block of land near the post office, and intends erect ing new business premises shortly. The site is an excellent one for. busi ness purposes, and the change of loca tion will doubtless make a great difference to Mr. Nicholas' "casual" trade. Two centuries ago thj^e was in Eng land a tax imposed on bachelors above the'age of twenty-fiye; the rate vary ing from £12 10s. on Dukes to la. on humble persons. The tax lasted 'from 1695 to ] 700. Again, in 1785, bache lors (Roman Catholic priests excepted) were subjected to an extra tax on their servants. We are glad to learn that Mr. A. Harris is most sanguine as to the" i-e ovilt of the forthcoming election. ...
CHAPTER X. HARTWELL BEGINS TO "UPROOT." [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
CHAPTER X. day's '' Hartwell's I standi,,, imh >. \ anci he Ms I , a„d hiB^elfamvs stSrWa,ek &lt;° Ule ifiP'Wo oi his p^allPra" >» 11.0 ihirdcll^Hm°fT- » ™ «°hich°'e passing at a certain i mere. chance of ■nasill wrinkles" Wif L£utvhis Uv'J sr^ °»^t£v XepS?4e""taii 'rere6m,f 'vas' «»» H.rt«ril', „i»hl&lt;, . j"pns, dreams^thaj »'erehad imi;res £ St1 lr 'her© iras a face xJh- ,va^In£ hours; W M. „ either j «* his OT another's««" 4 ?llt «"-her thiis h»dh«™ m respect to the deart mJv A nerves I even' morninr ha 1 ■]*%"' Drayton I «. Ussrgb« e^« ™nfa I 8 £?' morosis again J "enmg i)(! mM'W' nert, "W-tal S»S,%gS«e the brain", he charming taikativene«= . fot u« co«nt, Hartwell would h J*et Freno>> quiet evenino- » have found a bill the Frenchmi,n°mt l"lbearabte, ] »■'«: a Mnsi ?£„, '01,'sue flowed epigrams, fidv'f.nh: '' anecdotes, and Hartwell «S ?ntl cileries hard now to Lrf ,??, ^ve it But it ,hi pS uI""' him. days went well %he i i^"' l(v the «eredg D ,"vte...
TO OUR NUMEROUS PATRONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
TO OUR NUMEROUS PATRONS. We desire to announce that a Compfeta Plant, consisting of entirely New Material, haa ju?t been imported direct from London fortha office of this journal. Everything h« bee» carefully selected by an experienced printer, and is thoroughly up-todate. The proprietary con therefore Guarantee Satisfaction in air lasses of Job Printing. Not only the Quality of our work, but al«o our Prices, will compere favorably with any other office in Gippeland. yli frcoi^aginK i^r o,'';i ;r -•» F"' th(j weifrre of the district, and thus further your? &lt;r* ntereeta.
THE EVIL THAT MEN DO, Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Lond, and Melb. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER IX—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
EVIL THAT) MEN DO, BY M. F. SHIEL, Author of " The R»j»h's Sapphire," " Prince Zaleski," &c., Published by special arrangement vnth Ward, Lock 4' Co.. Lond. and Melb. [All Right* &eserced.~\ k .CHAPTER IX.—Continued. lo%l tu Oswald -icular about doings that nd square, if ing my girl." 'riend or relation of yours, :or I saw you in his room ck Dogs' yesterday." acquaintance; but my in ic fuse has no reference to ■ simply due to my chance think—fair and square— 11 uiuvioi) had anything- ?" 'I have really come to no conclu V»>" said Oswald; and iu mere mo YeUsss enmity to his brother he add •'I only see that it would be I to take jt for granted that he , that room all the time he was ./sed to be writing there: he may ye gone down the back stair " , r 'Then, God help him, if it's so1" cried Barnes, furiously. "I want no Law—a life for a life! Drive on, my lad!" Oswald and Walker then went on to Aylsharu, and thence to North Wal shain together, where they separated, Osw...
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) THE SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) THE SETTLEMENT. , The beneficial effects of the late rains are being felt throughout the , settlement. The grass is everywhere looking well, ploughing is proceeding on many holdings, and there is now a good supply of water for all purposes. There has been a good deal of talk on the settlement, lately over the re moval of the State school to a site near the Seven-Mile-bridge. It is con tended by those in favor of the pro posal that not only would the school be more central, but it would be more convenient for a large majority of the children attending it. Most of the ptfpils, it is said, come from the east side of the Seven-Mile road, and it is held that if the school were located near the bridge, and extra accoinoda-. tion provided, there would be no ne cessity for- the erection of a new school between the Seven Mile road and Moe, on that portion of the swamp known as the new settlement. The atten dance at the school shows a substan tial inc...
MARKET REPORTS. MELBOURNE CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
MARKET REPORTS. MELBOURNE CATTLE SALES. The Associated Agents' (Messrs. J. X eimingb and M'Innee, Messrs. M'Phail : ros I Co., Mr. W. H. Wilson, Messrs. Abbol (14th April):—"The market was fully suppBi Milkers.—The demand was spirited, especially i for best descriptions, and prices-ruled abou equal to former rates. Springers.—A fev choice quality forward springers realised ful prices. A large number of medium and use- 1 ful sortfi, including several pens of nice qual- I ity heifers, were yarded, and iu this division I few lots of good framed store cows sold readily, I while secondary sorts were in weak request, and for such prices ruled easier. For fleshy j and'fat cows ffie'demand'was dhstea&y. There was an improved demand for young cattle, | and lines of good coloured steers met with ' springers, from i from £7 10s to i best springing heifers, to £8 2s 6d; lines of i springing heifers, from £4 17a 6d to £6; me- . dium and backward do., from £3 15s to £4 . 10s; prime fat so...
MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
IHOE. aVftoBt W 5«" of canaSf n 47^ Swamp, which the Premier S rT dvced to gnat on the £ for £afcP£ Mr Langford tried to induce Mr Bent l&nTvaaa o', uue tmra of the sura required. The Premier said he could not eutertain the proposal but would graat the H™ S,r\P.Wiod °f two jear^ which time the sfore would have for eoatri tang its share (£250). out twf?" :ery Preraie«' through A little ftirl, about 2£ reaM „ij » treatment^The cteld^ad^CS ftJbly *■ Wh° 13 ffloat w"e; ^. Fielding, after oale •wffiL- L in?rna8« at Moe on -t ^euceSa StSS sgr-t sd''to°n « the f Sd^rcr Tianedvf &;Td *>, '»™S WuVred SCrTA\ttad to fTt If^-VinedceS"° Moe secured first prize for the be°t seconds °uT'' m&lt;i jIs° 8ecu^ thrM n r n -® same department. tron™ A1° ST "fff8 °f 'the local 1 A.L.tf iiave hit for encampment Sutton, Skoemg-Smth. T WaftbsT?1 few«. a, watkine, B Lawrence, F. Byford D Sheffield ^^orpe, &■ Fechaer,' C. oaemeJci, Liebehenscliel, W, Rilev B. Humphnes, S. she...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
First-class Printing executed at this office at reasonable prices. If you vraiit tlie world to know what you have for sale, advertise in this paper. I Shire Notices. Shire of Narracan. NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS. /~\N and aft»r 1st June, interest at the rale of 8 per ceot per annam will be churg'-cl on >-11 Unpaid Rates. I Wo person will be entitled to be EN-1 ROLLED in the respect of any pro perty unless before or on the 10th day of June next, all sums, payable in re spect of any rates made three months] or more i'efore such day in respect of, aach property have been paid. The Collector will be in attendance at1 the Sbim Hall, Miie, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., for the purpose ofreoeivint? aach rates fr-on the 4th to tl>e 10th Jooe (Sunday excepted, Satnr ■ lay 10 till 12 noon), and *t the follow ing places :— Yabuaoon, Tuesday, May 17th. Trafalgar, Thursday, May 19th. Willowgrovb, Saturday, May 21ec By Order, B. LANGFORD, Shire Secretary, Shire Hall, Moe, April 19th, '...
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
NARRACAN. Matters in connection with the bazaar to be held in aid of the Public Hall are being pushed on with. The, bazaar is to take place on (lay 25th 26th and 27th, and bids fair to be a At a recently held meeting of the Narraean Sunday School teachers, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded all who so kindly assisted in making the recent picnic a success. Mr Q. Stewart, whose lease expires shortly 'for the faim which he has been renting for some time, has leased a portion of Mr W. N. Sommers' farm, adjoining the Narracan creamery. The maize, mangold, and potato ' crops ire remarkably heavy here this season, Potato digging should be proceeding apace, out labor is very scarce. The grass is still good, and stock of all kinds are in splendid con dition. In the orchards, apples are in abundance, but owing to the glutted state of the market and the likefchood of low prices, many growers are just letting them fall off, considering it not worth while to pay to have them gathered. Why is i...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
IHULTUM IN PARVO. Fisk Jubiles Singers. The News. The beet local paper. Election day 1st June. Farmers, don't forget it. For first-class printing at moderate prices, try this office. Vocal and musical treat for Trafal gar. The Fisk Jubilee Singers. Several choice allotments of laud for i sale in Trafalgar. Full particulars at this office. Leases are K'ii g at the Trafalgar I post olfice for the following persons:— A. McLoone. It is stated from England that the Weslevan Twentieth Fund now ex ceeds £1,000,000. The burning question on the settle ment seems to he—Should the State sciiool be removed? The new butter factory in Trafalgar is steadily growing, and will soon be assuming lofty proportions. Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes will hold their next ordinary cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, May 7. More new buildings being ereeted in Trafafgar, and several new busi nesses to he established shortly. Jennings and Mclnness were again favored with splendid weather for their fortnightly s...