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Damaged. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 10 February 1914
Damaged, "The evidence shows, Mrs. Mulca ney, that you threw a stone at the con stable." ! "It shows more than that, youi honor. It shows 01 hit him." Judge: wife accuses you of ! treatment. Husband: I &lt;Hdn't know Judge: She says you haven't said a ' word to her for four years. Husband: Oh, well, that was out o! politeness^ I didn't wish to interrupt Without cleanliness the skin canno do its waste-removing work properl\ because from neglect the millions o'. little tubes which ramify it becoms flaccid, and do not secrete and excrete the waste matter of the blood in c 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 hare you> aame on your umbrella, but youi hand is surer. Guessing is safer than prophesying ind it Is just ay certain. He who never does anything wroag sever does anything. Some people- believe anything tit/ kear...
[?] WEALTH WORSHIPPED? [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 10 February 1914
ft* WEALTH W0KSH1PPED7 "The e is honiothinf, to 04 sal. to» be almost rev£.-juiia! respect "w'tb ivhich many people regard a man w'ho has achieved great wealth," observed 1 social philosopher. "It does not altogether arise fiom what Is known... as snobbishness or mere worship of wealth. Most weti idmire the abilities which make a man rich-frugality, industiy and ability so tha-. Chey are prepared to respect t' .ose who possess such qualities in a high degree. And if the rich man is ilso generous, and lives up to his in come, he receives a larger share ol popular esteem. "The rich man who is meau is ten -jftrally despised even v by his depeo *tfents, and when a mail whr has 11 s&lt;3 'njeanly is discovered to Lave died "Ch »jns memory is generally held in COD .'tempt. In short, t.he multitude oce sider the man as weii as his wealth."
IN THE TYERS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 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 wiht Mr. Crosbie, the inspector for the Stratford district, to attend in his abscnce. 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 de...
TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 13 February 1914
TftA&ALGON SHIRE COUNCIL' WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY. 11. Present : Councillors \V hitta.c crs, Clarke, Anderson, Fettit,"G. -Pentland and Bodycomb. ; The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed. Correspondence. From Treasury office, forward ing forms for Government subsidy for current year amounting to £893. Received. From secretary Country Roads Board, forwarding extracts from Government " Gazette," contain ing technical description of roads in this shire, which have been de clared main roads. Received. From secretary Muninpal Asso ciation, .forwarding tor considera tion of the council copy of the Thistle Act; now before parlia ment. FrOm secretary Royal Geogra phical Society of Australia, stat ing that his society is now trying io obtain the meaning and his i orv of places "and "names through out the' State of Victoria, and in viting information on this subject. Sec motion. From secretary ot Shire of Roce idale, stating that his shire is in accord with the proposal to hav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 13 February 1914
You Should be Determined in rejecting the worthies" and frequently i' jnriouo counterfeit* which are 'ometimeii pushed for the siUe of ^renter "jiuit »« pood" n» tho GENUINE SANDER nnd SON'S' PURE VCUATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Be not deceived ! PAN OBB'S EXTRACT is rec gniaed by tile highest medic il authorities as possessing unique stimu'aticg, healing and nntiKrptio powers. The pr> partition of SANDER'S EX TRACT from the pure selected leives, and the refinement I y specinl procwes pivs ih curative virtues prculiarly its own. . Therefore, Ve not mi>led 1 -TVmatd and "insist "pon th« GENUINE SAKDER EX TRACT, and yon will derive the henefit thoupanda have derived from it before. When ill you should not depress yourself trore by the common, bulky and nause^'inp eucalyptus oils and so cal'ed extracts. What yon w>T.t is quality and reliability in small dose : and this vou find only in-SAN GER'S EXTRACT. What a Difference ! Maco Chtistenseai? The Man that was Always Here and Alway...
TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. (Before Messrs. T. A. Pettit, R. Canfield, J's.P.) With of Tyres Act. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 13 February 1914
TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. -(Before Messrs. T. A. Pettit, R. Canficld, J's.P.) Wi th ;ot Tyres y\ct. . The Traralgon Shire Council proceeded against John Wi'son, carrier, for infringing the -Width of Tyres Act. Senior Constable Chcnhall prosecuted, and there was no defence. i The senior constable state:! the case was brought under sec. 569 of the act, which permits a weight pi 9 cwt. per inch ot tyre. Hugh M'Donald, inspe;tor for the shire council, said that on the 22nd of January he met the defen dant bringing a load of palings along the Upper Traralgon Cfreek road. Witness told him to weigh the load ats the weigh bridge in Traralgon, and witness produced the ticket which showed that the load was 11 cwt. 3 qrs. over the weight' allowed. Senior Constable - Chenhall ex plained that the ticket gave the gross weight of the load (tyres in cluded). TJ^e excess w&s h.s sta ted. Defendant was fined one shilling for each cwt .in excess, and 2s 6d costs.
TRARALGON WATER TRUST WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 13 February 1914
TRARALGON WATER TRUST WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. Present: Commissioners Pettit (chairman), Anderson, Cfcnfield, CIa,rke, toody.o.iib and Whittak er. Turncock's Report. ?The turncock sMr. Miller) re ported as follows: I beg to report (having made the usual monthly inspection ot the Trust's water supply service to the intake. I opened the scour valves, an&lt;} found water discharged therefrom satisfactorily. The pipes are free from air, and there is a good pressure. The Tyers river at the intake is two inches above the summer level. The water is clear, and the service basin almost clear. ? In reply to the chairman, the secretary said there had not been any complaints of shortage of wa ter. Some people were using too much water on .their vegetable gar dens ', but nothing had yet been ?done in the matter. The chairman: The resolution passed- at. the last Trust meeting has done sdjne good. Com. Anderson: And there has been some hot weather. A Complaint. Com. Clarke said that Mrs. He...
TOWN BATHS. THE BUILDING SCHEME ABANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 13 February 1914
TOWN BATHS. BUILDING SCHEME ABANDONED. ' At the meeting of the Traralgon shire council oniWednesdav, Coun cillor Pettit reported that the sub committee appointed to make a proposal re the erection of swim ming baths in Traratgon, had con sidered the matter. As (already re ported in the Press, the committee had not been able to . come to any decision 0:1 the matter, owing to the financial position. Something might be done about erecting baths on the creek at a much smaller cost. The committee in tended to consider this proposal, and report to the council at next meeting. A good site would be near the Cordial Factory bridge. The committee had abandoned the idea of building baths, as the cost woulu be about t£700. .Councillor Anderson: I don't like the creek, idea. Councillor C. Garke siso sail that his brother had made enquir ies on the subject, and had seen the Richmond baths, where there was every convenience.' The ba si n was cleaned out every week, season tickets were sold to male...
RIVER IMPROVEMENT. PROPOSED CONFERENCE. SCHEME TO BE PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 13 February 1914
RIVER IMPROVEMENT. PROPOSED CONFERENCE. SCHEME TO BE PREPARED., At the meeiing of the Traralyon shire council on Wednesuay iett&lt;_rs w,ere read from the Rosedale and Morweli shire councils, and the Sale Borough Counci1, intimating that they fully approved ot the council's proposal to urge the Government to improve the La trobe river by snagging and cut ting the bends. The Rosedale council suggested that the land owners aiong the river be also asked to attend the conference.'. The president (Council.or Whit takers) thought it would be bet.er to have a conference of the shires interested first, and the general conference afenvards. The first conferencc could probab.y formu late some definite proposal for the larger meeting, whereas if the gen eral conference were held first there would be nothing definite to nlace before it. Councillor Pettit said that at first glance the president's Sugges tion seemed a round-a-bout way, and like taking two bites instead ot one. He had writ...
ELECTRIC LIGHTING. PROPOSAL TO THE TRARALGON COUNCIL. COMPANY TO SUBMIT PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 13 February 1914
ELECTRIC LIGHTIiNG. PROPOSAL TO THE TRARAL GON COUNCIL, .COMPANY TO SUBMIT PRO POSAL. . Messrs. J. N. Matheson, Mitchell and Mitchellhill waited on U.e i'raralgon shire council on VVea nesday, with reference to su^ply lng electric light for Traral0on. Mr. Matheson said the company had been formed tor the purpose ot establishing hydrau.ic po^er at Tyers, for generating electricity, and for other purposes. They had obtained the nght to utilise the river for generating power, and electricity. It rested with tne council and the people whether they had the electricity in Traral gon or not. The company could reduce the cost of lighting by 25 per cent., and was prepared to take over the gas works at a price to be arranged. The.details could be discussed later, and an order in-councii would be necessary be : fore the council had authority to jliand over, the lighting rights to the company. If the council was satisfied after going into the mat ter, an agreement could be entered into. Mr. Mit...
MORWELL BOWLING GREEN. PUBLIC OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 13 February 1914
MORWELL BOWLING GREEN. PUBLIC OPENING. [By Kitty] Under mo.-t favorable conJi.ion: the c*lhciai opening of the Morwell bowling green took place on Wed nesday, tnere being' a large atten dance of players and sympathisers There were fully 100 people pie sent, . including representatives from Traral0on and Boolarra. The former club was represented by Mr. Duffy (the .president ot the club, and Mr. English and Mr.. Handley, and their wives. The Boolarra club, which numbers a total membership of 14, sent_seven of their enthusiasts to take part in what proved to be a most suc cessful opening. Too mu.h credit cannot be given the members of what is considered to be the weak est club in Gippsland as regards membership, in turning up in such strong force to mark their appre ciation of the energy and enter prise of those prominent townsmen who, at much personal sacrifice ana expense, had successfully es tablished a bowling green m the'r pndst. j The presence of such a large gathering can only b...
The Journal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914 The Late Mrs. Hagenauer. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 13 February 1914
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914 The Late Mrs. Hagenauer. There was a very large and sympathetic following at the fu neral of the late Mrs. Hagenauer on Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. F. A. Hagenauer, Presbytertjn mi nister .at Castleniaine, a brother of the bereaved husband, was pre sent, and held a short service at the house before leaving for the local cemetery. The minister pra yed that God would comfort the bereaved husband, little son and the relatives, and that the calling home ot the beloved wife would lead .those present to be manly men, and the women friends ot the deceased womanly, and fchat all would profit in the highest sense. Among those present were Dr. Hagenauer (Sale) Mr. Disher (of Rosedale, brother-in-law) and se veral nephews from Melbourne, named Hartung. A large number of floral tributes were sent by friends. Dr. Hagenauer intends being away from Traralgon tor a week or two, taking the boy with him. . He will Jeave a locum .teneus to attend to his patients. I The Union ...
THE TRARALGON TROUT: STREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 13 February 1914
THE TRARALGON TROl/1: STREAMS. The streams around Traralgon are gradually gaining a reputation among trout anglers. Drs. Stawpll and Allan, of Melbourne, and Mr. Allen, the secretary of the Pisca torial Society, came to Traralgon last Saturday for some week end fishing. They had intended fish ing in the creek bn Saturday after noon, but when.going up had an accident with the motor car. On ? Sunday they had a brief visit to the Tyers river, and landed two nice fish. All the gentlemen were delighted with the stream, and consider it an ideal trout resort, like thie Snowy river, but better, as the water is cooler and clearer. They all agree that nearly 5000 yearlings should b& put in next stocking sea=on, and that the Rainbow trout would do particu larly well. On Monday the party drove- up as far as M'Gartland's, on Traral gon Creek, and had their lines in for two qr three hours. They hooked six fish, and were very pleased with the st^eim. They commended t^e fo^d work' done by t...
THE COWWARR BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 13 February 1914
THE COWWARR BUTTER FACTORY. The annual meeting of t'..c shareholders of the Cowwarr But ter Factory was h&lt;jld on Monday last. Mr. D. Morgan (chairman of directors) presided. The atten dance was small, an evidence that the business is proceeding satis factorily. Director's Report. Your directors herewith submit the seventeenth yearly report for. the 'period of 12 months, ending' December 31, 1913. During the period under review the company purchased 4,018,272 ibs. of milk, and 369,965 lbs. of cream, which manufactured 353,922 lbs ot commercial butter. The suppliers were paid £15,298 12s 8d for 310891 lbs .of butter fat, so that the average overrun was approxi mately 13.9, and the average price per lb. 11.8d. The average tests were: Milk, 4.05; cream, 33 per cent: and the cost of the manu facturing and marketing 1.32dper lb. During the year your direc tors found it necessary to instai a new boiler, and/ the same has pro ped entirely 'satisfactory, both in regard to efficien...