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GAINED THROUGH THRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
GAINED THROUGH THRIFT. After being defeated by Germany, France was compelled to pay a war indemnity so large that it was thought she would be bankrupt. Yet in a few years she had recovered herself, and is to-day one of the wealthiest na-?ons in the world. "The secret lies in French thrift," said an observant student of our Gallic neighbors. "They have a mar vellous capacity for utilising odds and ends and avoiding waste in every way. Their womenkind make dainty meals out of scraps which even poor people in England would throw away as of no account. "They are so thrifty a people that even the Industrial classes have an immense amount of savings invested In Government and other stocks. In deed, a French financier told me that the accumulations of capital in France are so enormous that they are Ecn stantly seeking fresh uiLztto "- in vestments. It all comes of ~wrcehing the pence and wasting nothin, THE ART OF LISTENIN?? It is an excellent thing ftr a girl to be a good conversationalis...
RIFLE SHOOTING. WIN FOR GLENGARRY CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. WIN FOR GLENGARRY CLUB Glengarry and IMo teams met on Saturday last for a umnion shoot, The result was a wmn for the Glen. by three points. Only the six highest scores were counted. The following are the scores: G(ilengarry. D. Christensen ... ... 70 0. Christensen .... ... 70 G. Kming ... ... 79 R. King ... ... 68 F. Bermingham ... .. 70 A. Chnristensen ...... 67 ' 414 Counted out: D. Christensen, W. Morrison, W. Humphrey. *Moe. J,. M'Grath ... ... 70 F. Bohndaltzer ... ... 70 F. Fechner ... ... 69 W. Laidlaw ... ... 69 A. Blatr ... ... 66 E. Hunter ... ... 67 411 Counted out :J. Tolbot, J. R. Fetchner, F. Halden.
SPORT AND PASTIME. BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
SPORT AND PASTIME. ---o- BOWLING. Members of the Traral:on Bowl mng Club are invited to the open mng of the Morwell bow'ing green to-morrow. It will be an impor tant event in the history of our next door neighbor. A committee meeting of the bMorwell Bowling Club was held on Tuesday evening, when there were present: Messrs. J. Tatterson (Cpre sident), A. M'Donald, C. Davey, A. Green, .D. M'Kay, C. Aherii and T. Symonds. The treasuicr presented a financial statement sh!ownmg receipts from sa!e of tic kets, including those not fully paid, £86 2s; debentures Issued, £65; total, £151 2s, The payments reached £146 5s 7d, while the aC counts *owing amounted to about £55. The cash in hand was £4 16s 5d, and the shortage, therelfpre in the vicinity of £50. In order to. reduce this ,and ultimately wi\lpe it off, several members volunteered to pay luhp a turther LC2 2s, to go to their credit for future subscrip ttons.-" Gazette."
COTTESLOE, W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
COTTESLOE, W.A. -0--- Few, if .ny of the people of Tra ralgon ever heard, the name at the head of this cdntributlon before the Rev. W. Huey Steece, Ml.A. felt compelled to accept a call to the St. CoIomba's Presbyterian .Church at Cottesloe. -The following letter will be nm terestming to the residents. of Tra ralgon and district: - On Friday, 23rd of January, a large congregation assembled nm' St. Colomba's church, in honor of the rnduction of the Rev. W. H. Steele;, M.A., as pastor of the con gregation. The Right Rev. F. E. Oxer, M.A., B.D., Moderator of the church in W.A., presided, and was asslsted in the service by the Revs. Alex. Crowe, J. M'Nair, D. Ross and Floyd Shannon. These ministers are nll well known min the church in Vlctonria, except the last named, who, as might be ex pected by his name, hails from the Emerald Isle. At the close of the service a welcome social was held In the church hall. A beautiful spray bouquet was presented to M.rs. Steele by a :ee hnk'te of? a g...
CRICKET. RAILWAYS v. MORWELL C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
CRICKET. RAILWAYS v. MQRWELL C.C. The return'match between thece teams was played on Saturday last and resulted in an easy win for the Railways. Butwell (38) and Anmby. Ryan (35) werein great form for the railways, and Morrow nlso bat ted nicely for 19, and Collins (19 not out). Milhgan (26) and Cou par (21) were the only ones to show out for the Morwell club, Butwell, Ryan and Morrow bow led well for the \Railways, and Mal com, and Gamont took most of the wickets for Morwell. The total scores ecre: Traralgon, 1474 Moiwell, 78, . The Rosedale Racing Club' has received a large entry for their races on Thursday next. The Handicap has tilled particularly well, and included in those en tered is Sea Prince, one of the (avourites for last year's Mel Dourne Cup. He has been allot tcd 10.5.
Motoring. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
Wet Ianud. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914 Motoring. Messrs. Ford, Tanner and Ash man, of Traralgon, started tor the Prospect beach early on Sunday morning, intending to ha?v a few hours at this delightful ho'iday re sort. Messrs. Tanner and Ash man got through alright, and had a real good time. After passinmg Kilmany, Mr. Ford's car broke down, the driving shalt having snapped through a bolt coming of. With the aid of Mr. J. Widdis' blacksmith's tools, Mr. S. Phi!hips, who was travel'ing with Mr. Ford, was able to do some minor repairs, and Messrs. Tanner and Ashman towed the car to Trara[gon, on re returning from the beach. Mr. Livingston, M.L.A. The report on the result of the closer settlement pokcy in Vlc toria, prepared by Mr.,Llvingstoin ana kIr. Thompson, has pausel a flutter in parhament. It shows that the closers ettlements'are not the success fondly hoped for, and discloses many weak points in the Act, and also in its administrat:on. Messrs. Livingston and Thompscn state cmpat...
A Director's Fee. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
A Director's Fe.. "See here, sonny," said an Ameri can to a youngster; "I want to find the National Bank, and I'll give you half a dollar if you direct me to it." "All right," replied the boy, and he led the stranger to a building a few doors away. The.gentleman duly paid the pro mised fee, remarking, "That was hail a dollar easily earned." "Sure," responded the lad, "but you mustn't fergit that bank directors is paid high!"
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 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 Bros; 1a J. English 13 Shire Hall 14 J. D. Campbell 15 J. S. Milligan i6 S. Lees 17 Nurse Millet 18 Gippsland Trading Coy. 19 J'H. Vivian 20 Mathieson and Davis 21 P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store. 23 T. G. Cobbledickr 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 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. Robinson. 42. A. WV. Crowe and Co. 43. W\V. Christensen and Co. 44. R,. Widdis. 45. Rtev. W. J. T. Pay.
Damaged. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
Damaged. "The evidence shows, Mrs. Mulca. nPy, that you threw a stone at the con. stable." "It shows more than that, vouw honor. It shows 01 hit him." Judge: yanr wife accuses you of i'. treatment. Husband: I didn't know Judge; She says you haven't said a word to her for four years. Husband: Oh, well, that was out o! politenes. I didn't wish to interruptr her. Without cleanliness the skin canno do its waste-removing work properl3 because from neglect the millions oo little tubes which ramify it become flaccid, and do not-secrete and excrete the waste matter of the blood in a vigorous manner. Frequent washing and brisk rubbing tones them up tc do their work properly. If the waste matter is not removed diseases of the lungs and kidneys may be set up. It's a good thing to have you, name on your umbrella, but yourui hand is surer. Guessing is safer than prophesying end it is just as certain. He who never does anything wraOd sever does anything. Some people believe anything they Aear and...
[?] WEALTH WORSHIPPED? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
Iv WEALTH WOIhSHIPPED7 "The'e is bomethin& to..o. s,., to0 Rhe aimost revc-.ntla. Orespect w'.tb Which many peopie regdid a man who has achieved great weialth," obser'ed ' social philosopher. "It does not altogetber arise fiom what is. known..'as sp·bbiahness or "mere worship of .wealth. Most men admire the abilities which make a man rich-frngalicy, industly and ability ao that they are prepared to respect ;.ose who possess such qualities in a high degree. And if the rich m.n is ~lso generous, and lives up to his in come, he receives a larger share of popular esteem. "The rich man who is mean is ~,en erally despised even by his depen dents, and when a man whe has I ?~d meanly is discovered to Lave died '"bA his memory is generally held in con tempt. In short, the multitude 9.n sider the man as weI. as his wealth."
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. 8 mn. each add. 3 min Morwell ... 2d ... 2d Glengarry ... 2d ... 2d Toongabbie ... 2d ... 2d Moe ... Sd ... 3d Cowwarr ... 3d- .- 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's Creek 3d ... 3d Trafalgar ... 4d ... 3d Yarragon . . 6d i..." 5d Sale ... 6d ... 5d Walhalla .. 6d .... Mtaffra ... 8d : ... 6d -Ieyfield .... 8d: .. 6d Newry . ... 8d ... 6d Tinamba ... Sd ... 6d Warragul ... 8d ... Id Yrarram ... 1/4 ... 1/
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
DEATH. ON the 9th of February at Traralgon. Margaret Bruce, dearly beloved wife of Dr. H. A. Hagen- auer, of Traralgon. FUNERAL NOTICE. The friends of Dr. H. A. HAGENAUER are respectfully re- quested to follow the remains of his late beloved wife to the place of interment, the Traralgon Ceme- tery. The funeral will leave his resi- dence, Hotham street, Traralgon, at 2.30 TO-DAY. F. L. GRUBB, Undertaker.
TWO DEATHS IN TRARALGON. WIDESPREAD SORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
TWO DEATHS IN TRARALGON. WIDESPREAD SORROW. Residents of Traralgon have been deeply stirred during the past few days by two deaths - Mrs. W. Clarke and Mrs. Hagenauer. MRS. W. CLARKE. Mrs. Clarke, wife of Mr. W. Clarke, of Hill Top, died at the Bethesda Private Hospital, Mel- bourne, on Friday last. It appears that Mrs. Clarke had been suffer- ing from an internal trouble for some considerable time, Ordinary medical treatment failed to remove the trouble, and an operation was deemed necessary. This took place two or three weeks ago, and the patient appeared to be making good progress towards recovery. Mr. Clarke wrote to friends hope- fully and cheerfully, and said he thought his wife was at last reco- vering from her long affliction. The apparent recovery was not main- tained, and Mrs. Clarke died, as stated. She leaves three young children and for them and the stricken hus- band most widespread sympathy is felt.. They have sustained a loss that can never be made good. The deceased...
MRS. HAGENAUER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
MRS. HAGENAUER. Tile great uncertainty of life was &nbsp; never more exemplified than by the untimely death of Mrs. Hagen- auer, at 9 p.m. yesterday. The sad calamity caused a painful shock in Traralgon, for no one was better known or more esteemed. She was always bright and cheer- ful under all circumstances, and consequently loved by all who had the good fortune to know her. For her husband, who was genuinely attached to his wife, the deepest sympathy is felt. The deceased leaves one child, a boy of five or six years. Mrs. Hagenauer was taken ill on Saturday. 31st ult. Her condition gradualy became worse, and alar- ming symptoms developed, causing her husband the greatest anxiety. Dr. Hagenauer, of Sale, was in frequent attendance, and every thing that medical skill could sug- gest done for the sufferer. She was unconscious most of the time. On Saturday Dr. Stawell, of Mel- bourne, arrived, and held a consul tation with Dr. Hagenauer, of Sale. in the afternoon. The former ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
SPEGIAL Week. End BARGAIS, Our Opening Days were far ahead of all Expectations. A Record Easily Achieved. Proving the Genuineness of the Sale of the Season's Bargains. Study this List of Week End Bargains. It will pay you. HOLLY SHEETING. The one with the Licen finish. 54in, Is 7oin., is 3d. 8oin,, Is 6d yd Only a few short Pieces cf our Plain English Crepe, in Pink, Saxe, Beige and White, 7d a yard. Floral do., 73d 3ard. DON'T MISS THEM. SUNSHADES SUNSHADES These,were 7s 6d & 10s 6d. Week End Bargain Price, 2s lid ea SSILK BLOUSES Ladies, a lot o~:Colored Silk Blouses must be Sold, Now Ooly 5s 11d Each oMILLINERY.-See the Smash Hats in our Window. Now Only 3s lid and 8s lid Each. SATIN QUILTS.-Something Special. Double-bed Size. Were 25s. Now only Uis. Remnants of Linoleum in Front of Shop, all marked' at Low Prices in Plain Figuies. COI?E & sEE TIE1. TO-DAY & TO-1IOI(IOW. Truthful Advertising has Built our Splendid Business Lay ton Bros., Traralgon. Gormand...
IN THE TYERS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 10 February 1914
IN THE TYERS DISTRICT. A meeting of the Tyers Rabbit Suppression League, convened by Inspector O'Connell, was held on the hall on Thursday, Mr. Christensen, the president, presiding. &nbsp; There was a large attendance, and Mr. O'Connell, who was unable to attend through being called away to Melbourne on urgent business, arranged with Mr. Crosbie, the inspector for the Stratford district,, to attend in his absence. Mr Crosbie gave a splendid demonstration and lecturette on the best methods to cope with the pest. The lecturer gave a lucid vivid description of his work in the Dargo and other districts, which greatly interested his hearers; also of the best methods of &nbsp; destroying wombats, which are very destructive on wire netting fences. Although the rabbits are not very numerous, the residents are alive to the necessity of coping with them. Mr. J. Halliday has his fence in the hills wire netted, and Mr. W. Paulet is making a start with his place. The meeting dec...
Traralgon Weekly Market. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 February 1914
Traralgon Weekly Market. -0 W. Christensen and Co. report under date February 7, 1914: Oats, heavy feed 2s, seed 2s 3d to 2s 2d, wheat, prime 3s lid to 4s ld, fowl feed 3s to 3s Gd, barley, cape 2s Sd, maize 3s 10d to 4s 3d, peas 4s 3d, chaff, .prime £3 i0s, bran Is 3d, pol lard ls6d, Jap. millet 2jd to 4d, potatoes 4sto 5s cwt., grass seed, paspalum ls 3d, docksfoot 10s, couch 3s. Butter, prime dairy 9d to 10 gd, cheese, matured 8/d lb, new 7d Ib, eggs, guaranteed Is doz., pigs cheeks Td each, bacons Sd to lid, sides 10d, Germans Sd, hams 10d to Is. Poultry-Roosters 2s 6d to 3s 6d pair, hens is 9d to 2s 6d pair, pullets 2s to 2s Gd pair, chicks Is to Is 6d pair, turkey gobllers 15s pair, hens 10s pair, dlucks 2s 6d to 3s Gd, geese 3s 6d pair. Fruit---Apples Ss to 4s case, ba nanas 6d doz., pineapples is ld each, pears 5s to 8s, peaches 5s to 9s, plums is 6d to 2s Gd, lemons 7d doz., nec tarines 8s case. Vegetables. - Hubbards Gs to 9s doz., turnips, Swedes, 8s cwt., white 7d bundle...
Mathieson & Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 February 1914
Mathieson & Davis. Mathleson and Davis report: Fat Cattle-Fair yarding at Heyfieldi and Sale; prime qualities selling well, light and inferior sorts a shade easier. Best cows sold from £6 9s to £8 l10s, thle latter price for prime heavy cows; useful do. to £6 5s lightweights from £3 15s. We sold drafts for Fogarty Bros, Lawrence, Shaw, Anderson, Dav is, IHarbeck, Btrton, Allardyce; Ches- i ter, Higgins, Morris, Skehan, and Fraw ley. Store Cattle-Fair yarding in our various maikets, and good demand for fresh conditioned cows and bullocks forward springers and nice quality steers and heifers. Fresh cows sold to £4 Gs Gd, store cows to £3 18s, springing heifers to £6, heifers in calf to £3 19s 6d, younger do. to 41s, 2 to 2? year old steers to £4 15s, young bullocks £5 5s, cows and calves to £5 5s, poddy sorts to 25s Gdr Sheep -At Darriman we yarded close on 3000 very saleable sheep, and effected almost a total clearance to brisk bid ding; lighter supply at Sale, and all classe...