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MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
[ MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR 'CAtTEE'SALES. . Messrs.. Mathieson and Mv s held t.heir usual monthly cattle sale at Tra falgar last Saturday, when there was, as usual, avery fair yarding of mixed stock from various parts of the dis trict. The attendance, of ^buyers was good, and sales were effected for all lines ab very satisfactory prices. Quotations:-Fat cattle, £6 to £8; backward springers, to £6; 18 months heifers to £3 6s; line of two-year old steers to £3 5s; poddies from 35s to £2 7a 6d.
THE INFLUENCE OF FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
I THE INFLUENCE OF FLOWERS, i The two most comfort-giving objects I in a room, to my mind, are a T in winter and a flower in summer, you can have one or two fine pictures and a few plaques on your walls all the year round, so much the better; you will thus have some brightness to learn the true enjoyment of life. It is not fine clothes, or even large houses or fine furniture or gay parties that make homed happy. It is the heart, the taate, the intellect which determine the extent of the qua]" of our happiness. Tkese give the ing eye, the appreciative nature, with out which, whatever our aurroundi we shall be little better than wal] 0 clothes-horses. A snug and clean j home, no matter how small it may 1 so that it be wholesome, windows in which the sun can shine cheerily, _ few good books-and books and peri odicals are cheap enough now-the cupboard supplied with nutritious, if simple, food, and a few flowers in the room, will give the elements of plea sure and comfort to the poorest ...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
MULTUM IN PARVO. Trilby. The News. The best local paper. For first-class printing at moderate prices, try this office. At last Trafalgar has arrived at the dignity of possessing a policeman. I Several choice allotments of land for : sale in Trafalgar. Full particulars at this office. ' Some important and unusual busi ness came before the Yarragon court last Thursday. Mr. A. Harris will address the elec tors of Trafalgar next Saturday even ing. See advt. The number of subscribers to the Trafalgar public library is steadily and surely increasing. Messrs Jennings and Mclnnes will hold another large horse .sale at Tra falgar on Saturday. 28th inst. Once more Trafalgar has a first class hair dresser. For proof visit Smith's (late Lawless') salodn. Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes will hold their next ordinary cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, May 21. Mr. G. Buckleton, comihission agent, of Moe, advertises a list of properties, stock,- &c., which he has for sale. Yarragon is stead...
A Productive Farm. TWENTY-NINE COWS ON THIRTEEEN ACRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
A Productive Farm. TWENTY-NINE COWS ON THIR % 'TEB» .ACRES. ; " / SlSiSif "T °tthe e% «' Phil. Bev^Vffi^ WOlktd by «» «Jie w "n>i °! .u» i» i5 ;^U"'iT.rtffsSi place, except that of good manage |&??& ie «trvs is books and applies the knowledge ha assito ST r^a his Inter,0' 111 developments or £SlF^hfs^^: supported two cows and a bi« mart jage. He knew nothing ot farming, but necessity drove him to learnil SKVtfl ^ Iesrned to B0 W«H that SiL tH® piec6 now supports twenty ° Jewey cows and produces a large revenue above expenses every yea? Tie entire (arm, which is all in one a|Cg ^^eE^lF P^fn^p n°tl t° ®OCM^ M average l^nosyivania farms of the better elatu possess. There is an olSashioS Bam with an ixon ioof, S fft team +* *T& C3WS ar& kept in the ~-~~»u&lt;iiit of the barn, which is lieht clean and wholesome. The stalls are wide, and the walls whitewashed TW £T^h? farm'fwa what sSIro?Fhiti5£tarium ^ *h ,j ^trichthus describes some of hSJ?£ WO...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
AUCTION REMINDERS. ' , Messrs. JeiminOT ayiid Mclnnea' next I fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, 21st inst. Messrs. Matbteson and Davis will1 hold their usual monthly sale at Tra falgar on Saturday, lltlrprox. Messrs. Skews and Patterson's monthly cattle sale at Yarragon on ^Tuesday, - June. ' ' Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes will hold another great horse sale at Trafal gar on Saturday, 28th inst. .-.Great clearing sale on the Swamp this day fortnight. See Mathieson and Davis adyt,-.
YARRAGON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
YARRACftN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. COMMITTEE MEETING. The monthly meeting of the com- , raittee of the Yarragon mechanics' ^ institute was held" on Wednesday ' evening, 11th inst. There was a fair attendance, and the president, Mr. G. Evans, presided. Several small accounts were passed for payment. The hon. secretary (Mr. Hodgson) reported having received copies . of rules of the Trafalgar ami Warragul mechanics' institutes, but with regard to the re-construction of the Tarragon rules it was decided to defac^acfafo until "next meeting. The use of the jBfcf: ed to Mr. Gibpoilr, o£ WarrugJI, "'for the purposes of violin tuition. ' Tncr payment of subscriptions .^to wards the extension of th® building was reported. by the collector to be . extremely satisfactory. It'was decided to hold a concert and ball at an early date for the ,purpose of fuller increasing the funds of the institute. It was reported that the Yarragon minstrels had kindly consented to give an entertainment in aid of the ...
FARM A[?] N[?]ORCHARD [?]S. THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
FARM Al NlORCHARD -?». THE 1 The even distribt&Qi ipaize as fast as it is delKf the> cut carrier in the silo, and M/u. »].. temperature to rise high m&lt;.,£g the all the. germs o£ fermeatab^.-tMi covering and weighting, is there, "s cret of sweet ensilage, says Profi_ E. W. Stewart. Stress should W i_ upon, the even distribution as fast delivered in the silo, for this mak&lt; an even settling of the whole maas, anc the pressure becomes evenly distnbut There are farmers who say edoca^ tioa doesn't pay, and that book learn ing is a farce and ranfe nonsesse. There is no profession in fcbe universe ' that allows a greater display of intel lect than farming, and nowhere is si needed more in order to increase the profits. The farmer is called! upon to soJve questions in soil physics, in chemistiy, botany, entomology, bac teriology, veterinary science, mechan ics-and, in fact, can call into play a knowledge of all the sciences and arts. To do. this he must be ed...
THE EVIL THAT MEN DO, Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Lond. and Melb. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
THUS j EVIL THAT MEN DO, I BY M. F, SHIEL of '' The Rajah's Sapphire," " Prince Zaleski," &lt;£c., Published by fpecial arrangement with Ward, Lock Sf Co., I/md. and 13x1b. [All Bight* Swerved.] CHAPTER XV.-CONTINUED. be allowed .i him to the alcove in which ; speaking-tube, if he comes, and im into communication with me; and, as I do not know his name, yea will use the ivord 'eager' as you men ' tion his name, so that I may' know that it is he." After this an hour passed before Barnes went up to Hartwell's office. Barnes had, of course, been spurred j to prompt and desperate action by the clerk's news that Hartwell was going 1 away for six months, for he .saw that j he must avenge his daughter that ' very day, or put off his vengeance for ; a long time; but he had lingered an#.' hour trembling on the brink of ac-j tion; eager enough, but held back by many doubts and fears. At last, how- j ever, he came to a decision, and went: up. The clerk, Ife, conducted him to the alcove...
CHRISTENDOM ASTRAY, [?] POPULAR THEOLOGY, AND The True Natureof the Apostolic Faith. In Eighteen Lectures. LECTURE XI. Christ the future King of the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
CHRISTENDOM ASTRAY,' POPULAR THEOLOGY, The Trae Natureof the ApOBtolic Faith. i Itt Eighteen Lectures. I, LECTURE XI. .Christ tKe future King of the World. j Expectatro^PP®® demonstrat5d 1 condemnation.? ' .. notions, prophets. New d,sc»l«. Modem (lion- The angelfc ga""0>ly of the throne of David r£f c°rrottor». JT SS^SSX.'Sftfe EXTRACTS FROM LECTURE 3SJ "J^Se °f,hiSlctureis^PT« "fGod "owin,h»Tg When "*S°» |r ^he0T,??^ 'fewl3" harr *»»£28r$ e8e"t,TrSa' °f T^4 The sits 1«? WtaS toaswbaich )et e^t .highest iSLrUcr'Xet1 ,i great deal more said jo the ScrintnrpJ^ thing K°f ^ ^ Tht0fh^;ah»T"a"b!'h\-ffi«A account of gin h; stibjectfe^ onl Sou"dis k^ar? reign i" S"k ,#e« l»" shall re'gn in righteousness. Thw is tnr» also of the N*>« 1 tl,s ls re tells us mlrf Ao,>^ *? and acquainted iiA gne^lhanT Chrk*ti6orrery Jmkssed 'be'icva in kim I*1®! to admit that he is a 11 e obvious, however hat this admission is only valid f0 ^. o«m the &lt;Te idea of that ChSt T-w°'F J?"* i« the...
THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
THE ORCHARD. The gathering of the fruit now being finished, it is necessary to get' ready for the winter's work. When 1 gathering the fruit note should have I been made of worn-out or worthless ' varieties of fruit trees, with a view to | heading them back in the spring, and regrafting with more suitable kinds where the stock is healthy and free from disease. In this way old, healthy trees can be given a new lease of life, and produce fruit more adapted to the requirements of the market. Where it is intended to make new plantations of fruit trees the ground should be broken up at once, as early planting is always to be recommend ed. Now is a good time to plant citrus trees, as, the ground being warm and moist, they take root at once, before the cold of winter sets in. The draining of orchards is a matter that does not receive the attention that its importance demands. In mpst districts where there is a heavy rain fall it is essential that the ground should be drained. Where orchards...
TO KEEP POTATOES FROM ROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
TO KEEP POTATOES FROM ROTTING. On the subject of potato rot, which j is especially troublesome to farmersMn ? exceptionally wet weather, the follow ing advice is given in an exchange:; "Dig the potatoes as soon as practic able, provided the soil, is dry enough for them to come up clean, and with'; out earth adhering to them. Put them | in a cool pfaee, where moderate air cur rents may pass through them. We liave for years used a cool apartment im a barn, with a slatted floor next: above the-basement. The air can pass-1 up from below- In such an apartment I they may be deposited three or four I feet in thickness. If the potatoes were clean when placed there, they have never jotted to any extent after ward, although nearly one-half of portions of the crop had to be rejected and left in the field when they were dag. "In the absence of such an apart ment, different substitutes may be adopted. They may be piled in moder ate heaps in the fields, if a stratum of rails and coasse brush can ...
BY FORCE OF WILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
BY FORCE OF, WILL. As illustrating the strength of will and tenacity of purpose possessed by some persons, it is related that a young lady successfully carried on for some weeks a pretence of being dumb. She was at the time residing with strangers, who had no reason to sus pect the deception. One day, how ever, a near relative called to see her, and then, to the amazement of all but the new arrival, she spoke. 14 was subsequently learned that; having heard or read that the voice is greatly benefited by a long rest, she had decided to abstain for a long period from speaking under pretence of dumbness. How much strength of purpose it required to carry- on such a deception y for weeks may be read ily imagined. . But undoubtedly the. ihost -nofcblp. instance' of "the kind is the case of a Scandinavian who,, some time ago, ac tually committed suicide by holding his breath, thereby incidentally prov ing'the possibility of stopping the ac tion of the lungs by. sheer will power. But how man...
MOE SETTLEMENT STATE SCHOOL. MEETING OF SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
MOE SETTLEMENT STATE SCHOOL. /N^EETma OF SETTLERS. Oft Friday afternoon, last a very large number of settlers from all parts .of the settlement attended the inquiry conducted by Mr. M'Owan, district school inspector, regarding state school matters. As explained in our last issue, the settled are divided into three parties on the school ques tion-'some wanting the building to remain in its present position, others desiring it removed to the Seven-Mile bridge (about a mile east), and a third section wanting a new school about three miles east of the present The inspector heard each of the parties separately, and made notes of their contentions and arguments for the preparation of his report. The first side heard was those who favored the retention of the school in its present position, then thosfe who' wished a new school at the east end of the settlement, then those who wished a new school at the east end of the settlement, and lastly those who favored removing the school to the brid...
ONIONS FOR THE DUMPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
ONIONS FOR THE DUMPS. Don't smile at a man who has a fit of the "blues"-nor at a woman either, for that matter. It is a common prac tice to treat this complaint lightly, to talk jocularlv-aboufc the liver, ana say, more or less openly, that the sufferer lias dined too well. As a matter of fact, it is one of the most serious of maladies, for while suffering from the blues, a. man is. inclined tft. do^ash 'fEngs, and he may ^ very quickly plunge himself and his family into a sea of trouble that will come near to swallowing them up. It may be that your liver is troubl ing von, or the depression may be due to other causes; it is of importance to you to find a remedy without delay. The doctor may prescribe a change of air, which it is not possible-to have, and he'may give you a tonic. The latest, and most homely, remedy for this complaint is-onions! There can be 210 manner of doubt concerning the effect of this remedy on a large number o£ people (says a sanguine contributor). As soon as ...
YARRAGON POLICE COURT THURSDAY. Before Meesrs C. A. Cresswell, P.M., and J. Campbell J. P.) ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
ImRACON POLICE COURT l THURSDAY, Bfore Meesfe G. A. Cresawell, P.M., and J. Campbell J. P.) ALLE3ED CATTLB 8T»4LIK&lt;fc Jas. M'D'.nald v. A. W. Clarke, ju- r., illegally taking a heifer from tfarragon, the property of informant, .on or about 17th Marob. Inspector Saitubuiy conducted tbe prosecution, and Mr fiiod appeared for the defend* it. The defendant drore a mob of oattle from Tr.'ta'goD to Pakenbam io March last, picking tip the heifer on the way. He cold the heifer to Mr Henty. of Pakenham, for £2/10/. Th mob of C ivile beloDged to Heoty, who bad employed defeudant to take them io Paktcbam. Jas. M'Donald, laborer, Yarragoo, deposed The yellow and strawberry oalE outside tbe oour' koose, brooded 6 on milking romp, is my property Hare owned itsince it was a fortnigh. old, and it 19 DOW 18 months old. Got it f&lt;om my nephew. Branded h myself. Vn-oe it «t £5., Saw io on I7tb M*rcjh, in tie enin|r/~Ii was put io a Pi^doek 'hut mght. Misled tbeftalf on the 19tb (S...
MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
MOE. Notwithstanding that the Shire Sec retary (Mr B. Bacffford; has been ap pointed, to assess .ine river and creek . frontage* throughout the shire-hav , ing been voted the sum of £50 by the council as a honorarium for same the "Crown Lands* bailiff (Constable Bretherton) has received notice from the Survey Branch of , the Lands' De partment to carry out the work. How the two assessments will agree, when completed will be watched by the par ties concerned with interest. The premises next Mr Tolmie's bakery establishment have been rented | , to Mr Beaucjiamp; paymaster in con Vnection with the unemployed-a batch 48' of which arrived at Moe yester day-who will be engaged in clearing & track for the proposed Moe-Walb^lla - railway. Work is to be commenced about nine miles from Moe. After an exciting »hoot-off between (Messrs Staff and Bliss for the first k/prize in the rifle match fired at 2 and /WlOyds on Saturday. the former was declared the winner. : " ? Mr R.Anatey met wi...
Mrs. Wicks on Love-Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
Mrs. Wicks on Love Letters. They're young couple don't happen to live i the same town, you can quite- see that they're necessary things. It may be sufficient fer many young man to (hear on bein' accepted that a womn loves him, Jmt the aver idge woman likes to be told it moat days in the week, an' I don't blame her, fer when a man does get hold of an opinion worth havin' it's his womenkind's duty to see that he sticks it. Love's one of the few things, ., that improves fer constant , a deal to be i .s, to my thinkin'. int'rest to life, as : There's a deal to be said fer love* letters, to my thinkin'. They give _ a :"K. jtin' to moD sometimes takes separated. Ef you want to put *. e - - . letter it's wonderful how it'll absorb | you, an' I'm not without sympathy, . neither, fer the girt who counts tii by pok/men in place of clocks. I sides, love-letters are excellent prt tice fer your wxitin'. It's aatonishin'1 how soon you can lose the knack of a thing ef you don't ,d° it reg'lar writ...
SOME VALUABLE ADVICE. DO YOU SLEEP AT NIGHT? [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 May 1904
SOME VALUABLE ADVICE. DO YOU S^EEP AT NIGHT? I If -you do not and are not kept I awake by bodily pain, you may be al most sure, though no other sign is vouchsafed, that indigestion is the cause of all your woe. At least, it is so in the majority of cases with women, who have.no hfeavy responsibilities or mental strains to bear. A strict diet, if faithfully pursued, will nearly | always restore feminine nerve to silky i smoothness, but even if the case seems obstinate, exhaust every simple remedy known to the lay mind before resort ing to a soothing prescription. Plenty of open-air exercise, bicycle or riding, or hard regular walking, is a wonder I ful help. vVTomen who are the victims | of delicate stomachs will do well to eat I easily-digested food along with much ' lettuce, salad, fresh celery and fruit.