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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
Auction Notice ^ Mathieson & Davis, auctioneers " \ AKD j CATTLE SAX.1SME., T R A R A L G On tr/|"l5ar" »--*VT V\lfY- 14x11 MAY At x O'clock Sharp. Mathieson & davis will hold their Next Cattle Sale at their Trafalgar Yards on the above date, when they will have a SPLENDID YARD1N& Entries received up till time of Sale. .Melbourne and other buyers will be present. R. STEVENSON, Trafalgar. Entries raay also be left at the local Ofiwe, the Criterion Hotel. MATTtrESON & DAVIS, Traralgon. Business Notices. JPecLevciL Coffee JPaZctce, TRAFALGAR. HRS. LAWLESS, Prohucthess, BEGS to intimate to the residents of Tra falgar and district, that ehe conducts ihc abovo COFFEE PALACE, and hopes by ' share of patronage. Good Table. All Meals One Shilling. First-Class Accommodation for Boarders. Note the Address—■ • next criterion HOTEL. TRAFALGAR 23OA RDTNG- HOUSE. (North of railway line, and opposite "News" Office). MRS. MACPHERSON |-\ESITtES to inform the General Pu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
DRESSMAKING. ■ MBS. SMITH (Late of Monvell), ' TTAVING decided to start business in Latest styles. Price* to the times. Trial Solicited. DUX CYCLE DEPOT, TRAFALGAR. T71JRST-CLASS ~N^T and Secondhand s-aSS^^-iS »• LAWLESS, Agent. Trafalgar. H. STANLEY, Practical WATCHMAKER and JEWBLLEB, . TRAFALGAR. Ail REPAIRS effected at Cilv_ Prices, and on " Address: Koit doo^to L™W C„ TRAFALGAR. GOOD NEWS FOB TRAFALGAR. N. LAWLESS, .-.HAIRDRESSER, TOBACCONIST, STATIONER, -Australasia,,, Punch, Ad> ■lournid, and all other leading' newspapers ,, AJSSI^^^Kf Li,e Insurance Coy. J Insurance Coy M'Lean flipPnimss Planet .J. B. Prills, and jTogrieLiltimil and fanningimpl, G. BROWN, GENERAL — BLACKSMITH, TRAFALGAR. All Work Well and Carefully Executed. Agent for peering Harvesters and Massey-Harris * BICYCLES. J. W. "WALL, - Agricultural Saehlulst, General Black smitl] and W^eelwriglit, ^ t ™!"\ * IfifiBV HORSES SHOD AS USUAL AC CORDING TO NATURE OF HOOF, With Dispatch. , Teeth Filed nnd Leuft Filed ...
The News. (Late Advocate.) PRINTED- At- TRAFALGAR. AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1904. A MARKET FOR TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
"glews. (Late Advocate.) PRINTED - At • TRAFALGAR. Published TSursda¥ 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 centre in the district in-whieh it is situate. Its benefits are many-fold,_ and are participated in both by busi ness and private people. At persent we have tri-monthly 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 establisliment 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 has ...
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT, APRIL 31, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
CHURCH SERVICES. Sukdat Next, ^tril 31,,1904. Wesletax CeuR0K.4-t'rafa!gRr, 11 a.m., Mr. j Weir; T.30 p.m., Rev. Fielding. Trafalgar 1 ! South, 3 p.ia, Mr. Weir. Thorpdale, 7 p.m., Mr. Stranger. Childera 3 p.m.. Rev. Fielding. Norracan, 3 p.m., Mr.. Stranger. Karracan East, 11 a.m., Rev. Fielding. Moe, 7 pjn-, Mr. Akere. Roman 'athouc.—Mass will be celebrated next Sunday as follows:—Moe, 9.30a.m.; Tra falgar, 11 a.m.; and at Thorpdale on Monday, at 10 a.m.; the Rev. M. Hoyne officiating at each place.
CHRISTENDOM ASTRAY, OR POPULAR THEOLOGY, AND The True Nature of the Apostolic Faith. In Eighteen Lectures. LECTURE IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
CHRISTENDOM ASTRAY, POPULAR THEOLOGY, The True Nature of the Apostolic Faith. In Eighteen Lectures. LECTURE IX. The promises made to the Fathers (Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob), yet to be fulfilled in the setting-up of the Kingdom of God on the earth. Synopsis.—New Testament reierences to the promises. The common view. An orthodox mistake. The piomises unfilled. The promises to Abraham quoted. Analysis of the promises. The Abrahamic nation of the future. The I promised land. Palestine never yet occupied under the promise, but under the law. Hope of Abraham, Isaac and Jacpb. The city having founda tions. Prophetic announcements. The fulfilmeni of the promise, Christ .co heir with Abraham. The saints future joint possession with them. The Holy oblation of the land. The divine encampment. Arithmetical objections and answers. Christ a future conquerer. The future blessedness uf the nations when Christ reigns No blessedness at present, except individual, and that in a Very feeble degree. The...
FISK JUBILEE SINGERS. A NOTABLE MUSICAL EVENT FOR TRAFALGAR. ON TUESDAY NEXT, 3rd MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
! FISK JUBIIEE SINGERS. A NOTABLE MUSICAL EVENT FOR TRAFALGAR. ON TUESDAY NEXT, 3rd MAY. An exchange thus refers to a recent performance of the company: The Jubilee Singers are old friends, for they have now been before the Australian public for many years, but they never pall on the musical palate, and their quaint old negro choruses are as pleas ing to-day as when heard several years 'ago. The voices blend harmoniously, I | there is a vigor in the singing, a dis- j tinctness of enunciation, and a due at- | tention to the lights and shade of the | ! melodies they present, which numbers I who appear on the public platform ! would do well to emulate. In the | jubilee choruses there was 110 strain ing after effect, and however much one's ear might at times be offended at what appeared to be harsh passages it was completely effaced through the tone and the heartiness of the singers, and the listeners became absorbed in the enthusias characterising the per formers, and which formed eo p...
FARM, DAIRY AND ORCHARD NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
FARM, DAIRY AND ORCHARD NOTES. At a meeting of the committee of the butter trade, Mr. Isaac Barrow presiding, the position with regard to the butter freight commissions was discussed, at length. It was announc ed that 45 responses had been receiv ed to the request of the committee for guarantees, and other replies are expected. An. important-—roQvemeril - in the direction of the inspection of dairies, butter factories, creameries, and butter packing houses was agreed to at a meeting of the Dairymen's Association of Victoria last week. That body has prepared the rough draft of a bill which is intended to provide for the establishing of a dairy board to thoroughly inspect dairies when a municipality fails to carry out the work. It is proposed to license all dairies, creameries, factories, and butter-packing houses, and with the revenue derived therefrom to pay the salaries of the inspectors. It is in tended that the board shall consist of six members, two appointed by the Department o...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
MELBOURNE PIG MAJftKET. The Associated Agents conjoint report (22nd April):—"In to-day's market 1,560 were penned, comprising 580 baconers-, 580 porkers, 300 stores, remainder weightier sorts. Stores. —There was a small attendance of buyers, consequently competition was dull and prices lower.—Porkers.—The demand was inactive at reduced rates. Baconers.—There was an improved demand throughout, prices showing a decided advance on former quotations. Backfatters were in dull request, and for such no material alteration in values were notice able. Quotations, with approximate number of each gTade:—About 100 extra prime and weighty, from £2 15b to £3 5s, with several extra heavy prime fats from £3 10a to £4 12s 6d. Baconers.—About 450 prime, from 47s to 53s, a few extra at 54s and 55s; about 130 light, from 42s to 45s; intermediate, from 37s to 40s. Porkers.—About 400 prime, from 30s to 35s; about 180 light, from 26s to 29s; few extra strong, from 30s to 33s; suckers, from 12s to 16s.
RIFLE SHOOTING AT MOE. TRELOAR TROPHY WON BY MR. J. KING. REMARKABLY GOOD SHOOTING BY THE WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
RIFLE SHOOTING AT MOEl TRELOAB TROPHY WON BY MB. J. KING. REMARKABLY GOOD SHOOTING BY THE WINNER. tion ioi the trophy donated: by j r was oompleted on Saturday r being Mr J. King, who suc •ing 126 oat of a possible 140 | s 0. Schultz and c J. King ... 32 30 32 22 scr 126 E. Cooper ... 22 24 27 17 20 107 C. Schultz ... 25 .27 27 24 16 118 J. Bretherton 28 19 27 28 10 112 J. Hasthorpe 19 28 24 19 25 115 C. Bliss ... 23 24 26 20 12 105 D. Bennett ... 15 15 7 5 35 M.Schmidt... 16 21 14 17 30 J.Haigh- ... 23 23 23 19 20 . W. Gooding, Junr 30 25 18 2 12 107 R Anstey ... 17 19 11 18 30 ' S. Sheard ... 14 13 5 10/36 ... A. Schmidt ... 15 25 23 16 35 114 H. Stag ... 28 26 24 26 12 116 | W. Gooding, Senr 18 20 — — 25 B. Cooper ... 13 17 — — 35 G. Hasthorpe 28 17 — — 12 T.Cromb ... 22 21 — - 10 The four last-named did not shoot at •500 and 600yds ranges.
VISIT OF THE PREMIER. TO MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
VISIT OF THE PREMIER. TO MOE. Mr T. Bent, Premier, accompanied by Mr Cameron (Minister of Public works), and. Mr A. Harris, M.L.A., visited Moe on Thursday last, en route for: Walhalla. He was met by the I Honorable? E. J. Crooke and W. Pearson, M.L.CY, together with the sliire secretary (Mr B. Langford). An adjournment was made to Mr P. Larkin's Moe Hotel, where light re freshments were 'served. The -toast of " The health of the Premier" was proposed by Mr Lang iord (in the unavoidableaksence-of the shire president), and supported by Mr Harris. The toast having been enthu siastically drunk, Mr Bent rose, amidst applause, and said he was fulfilling a promise re cently made to visit Walhalla. It was not long since he bad visited the town, and he was pleased to promise to again yisit Moe and hear arguments in favor of matters exciting local interest. Whilst on the trip, which had been brought about by Mr Harris, he was going to make no promises, as it would be unconstitutional for him...
Electricity. CURIOUS FREAKS OF LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
Electricity. CURIOUS FREAKS OF LIGHT NING. In a park in one of the Eastern counties o! England, there is a large lake. The park contains more trees struck by lightning than the whole of the rest of the estate. Some miles away is a road, called locally the "lightning road," from the frequency with which accidents have occurred there, either to trees, horses, cattle, or passengers. In tins park there re cently occurred an instance of the ex plosive effect of lightning when trees are struck in certain circumstances not perfectly known. A very tall spruce, probably a hundred feet high, was "exploded' from top to bottom into pieces of the size of the wood us ed in making chairs. Every shred of bark was stripped from them, and the wood looked as if it had been shred ded up for firing. A similar instance occurred some years ago, when an oak in the grove below the front of the White Lodge in ^Richmond Park ex Eloded under lightning shock. The ark flew off and simply disappeared in small pat...
CORRESPONDENCE. COUNTRY SOCIALS. To the Editor of the News. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
[ CORRESPONDENCE. COUNTRY SOCIALS. To the Editor of the News. Sib—While fully agreeing with most of the remarks of your previous correspondents on. country dances, I would like to say a few words on be half of the young men of Trafalgar— ; the dancing portion, at all events. I, have attended several public dances i during my residence in Trafalgar, and have never seen any unruly conduct in the room nor had my dress damaged by rough usage, both of which ex periences I have gone through in other country places. Neither have I ever bad any difficulty in getting partners, and I have always thoroughly enjoyed myself. When refreshments have forpied a part of the entertainment 1 have always found plenty of gentlemen ready to attend to my wants. As re gards the M.C., it is generally admitt ed that, .where possible, his services are better dispensed with, but in small places like this, where there is usually a sprinkling of beginners, thiB is impossible. I'm afraid "Cocoanut" was rather seve...
The Lazy Man. WANTED A LAW FOR LAZINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
The Lazy Man. WANTED A LAW FOR LAZINESS. The crving need is a law for the cure of laziness, a law which shall give power to the authorities to detain the bully who lives upon the earnings of the weaker sex; the loafer who lives in public-houses, or upon the kerl stone outside; the tramp who fre quents the same casual wards; the able-bodied pauper who will not work; the unemployable who have never learned to work; and the budding gaol-bird who has been nurtured upon truancy. That truancy is the outcome of laainess and the forerunner of crime is an established fact; that want of self-restraint, which is a virtue un taught at school, contributes very largely to the increasing tendency to wards laziness is admitted. And when the growth of truancy, the decline of moral teaching, and the shirking of parental responsibility are taken into consideration, we can hardly wonder that the growth of the army of laziness keeps pace."
CRICKET. TRAFALGAR V. DARNUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
CRCKET. TRAFALGAR V. DARSTUM. The Trafalgar and Danvum clubs met last Saturday afternoon, on the ground of the former. The match was a pleasant and enjoyable one throughout, aiid resulted in a victory for Trafalgar by 29 runs. T. Collins, Munro ana Heywood played well for the winners, while Johnstone (2) and McDonough were conspicuous for the losers. The following are the scores:— Ashby, b M'Donough ... Heywood, b L. Johnson ... • T. • ollins, st., b L. Johnson Williams, ran out Ferrier, c STDonough, b L. Johnson. Young, b M'Donouek Sullivan, at., b T. Johnson ITCoghlan, b T. Jolinson Pavitt, not Sundrie: Reynolds, b Munro Nott, b Heywood Slater, st. &lt;■ ollins, b Heywood T. Johnson, b Munro L. Johnson,, b Hevwood M'Donough, l.b.w* b Munro... Logan, st. &lt;> ollins, b Heywood J. Keeble.-b Ferrier W. Keeble,'« •' sliby, b Heywood wood, 5 for 27; Ferrier, 1 lor 0.
Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
Household Hints. Always keep cheese well covered in a cheese-dish, or it will become dry and'tasteless. If the cheese is wrap ped in a cloth, moistened with vinegar it will keep nice and moist and retain w its flavor longer. * Remember to sweep the carpets the ' way of -the napj to brush the other way is to brush the dust in. Attend to all stains as soon as possible. I! left they soak into the carpet and are very difficult to remove. Carpets in rooms which are very seldom used are apt to be attacked by moths. Salt sprinkled round the edges and well under the carpet be fore it is put down will generally pre vent their ravages. Plenty of light and air should he admitted into the rooms, as moths f&vor close, dark places. Use a clean firebrick instead of the ordinary ironstand, and you will re tain the heat of the iron much longer. The usual ironstand not only admits the air to the bottom of the iron, but it conducts the heat from it. The brick, being a non-conductor of heat, re...
A Chess-Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
A Chess-Town. The village of Stifkfeeck rrt'Priistiiw^ Saxony is unique in its devotion to the game of chess. According to tra dition, a Wendish prince, imprison* • ed by the local prince-bishop in 1011, wiled • away the hours of his captiv ity with the aid of a set of chess-men, carved by himseU, and taught the game to the numerous peasants who served as his successive gaolers, and who, in turn, imparted their know ledge to the other villagers. The tow er in which the prince was confined is still standing, and is called the "Schachturm," or chess-tower. However this may be, it is certain that the Stroebeckers, men and wom en, and children, have for ages been renowned for chess-playing. Instead of dying 'out, the craze has beoome intensified in modern times, and in struction in chess now forms part of the regular education of children. At the close of eaoh school year, a chess examination or tourney is held under the supervision of the school and town authorities, and six prizes are...
GOOD REASONING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 April 1904
GOOD KEASONING. In an Irish farming community liv ed a certain son of the Green Isle, who was particularly fond of sausage. He was not always careful to observe Friday by refraimng from his favorite form of pork. One Friday the good father called unexpectedly while Mi chael was at dinner, ana found his parishioner enjoying his sausage. "Michael," said the priest, "You must not indulge in meat on this day." 8hure, father, it's not meat I'm , eating. It's sausage," replied Michael. "But, Michael, sausage is meat." "Oh, no, your reverence, sausage is not meat." ■"Well, Michael, I'll say no more," but I am in need of firewood, and you may bring me a load in penance^for The next day Michael appeared at the parochial residence, ana unloaded a big waggon load of sawdust. The priest, on meeting him, sai&lt;f: "Michael, I did not want sawdust; it. was wood I wanted." "Sure, father, it was wood I brought," replied- Michael. "No; it was not: it was sawdust," answered the father, gettin...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 May 1904
MULTUM IN PARVO. The News. The beet local paper. Election day 1st June. Fanners, don't forget it. For first-class printing at moderate prices, try this office. ~ Several choice allotments of Wdfor^ sale in Trafalgar. Full particulars at i this office. Leases are lying at the Trafalgar post office for the following persons: A. McLoone. Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes .will hold their next ordinaiy cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, May 7. The banquet to ex-Cr. Waye, held at Yarragon on Wednesday evening, 27th inst., was a very pleasant and success ful function. ^ Ten or a dozen buildings in course of erection in Trafalgar just now, more than half of them being places of business. Anyo^wanting a nice block of land in Trafa^t at.' reasonable price and on easy tenflS-sliould at,, tlita office for particulars. Important to business people. If you want your business to increase, advertise in this paper. For good printing at reasonable prices, try this office. Cards', draughts and a.good f...