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NARRACAN BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
NftRRAGAH BAZAAR. A grand bazaar in aid of the funds of the Narracan Public Hal) was held in the hall on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday last, and proved a brilliant success. For some time past the ladies of the district had been busily engaged in making up articles for the bazaar. An active canvass of the dis trict was also made, with the result that a number of live stock was generously donated. The following gentlemen kiudly contributed, viz., Mr F. Mann, fat cow; Mr D. Graham, fat heifer; Mr S. White, Berkshire sow; Mr W. N. Sommers, pig; Mr J. Barrett, sheep; and Messrs J. Forsyth. M. M'Greger and B. Lawrence, calves, These were dis posed of by art union, the winning numbers of which are given below. At the opening of the bazaar which took place on Wednes day, at 1 p.m., the hall presented a pretty appearance, the various stalls being beauti fully decorated and furnished with useful and ornamental articles. . The following ladies were in charge of the stalls: No. 1, drapery, Mrs...
HILL END. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
Hilt END. 3 A largo and influential meeting of residents of Fumina, Hill End and, Willowgrove, took place in the Hiljg End State School, on Wednesday, 250$ inst., for the purpose of otronce ini tiating a movement to secure, if possible, what is known as the Willow grove deviation in thi Walhalla railway line. Mr Mat MitcHell wai voted to the cbair, and in his opening remarks explained that as time was the essence of object, it woulabe necessary to be up and doing, at oncje, if anything was to be accomplished bv the movement, as work had alreadyoe^un on the Moe end of the above mentioned l41ie. J,t was resolved, on the motion of Mr West, seconded by Mr 'A. E. Redman, that the candidates-rffor thiB consti tuency at the ecH&fog^iJectios be tele* graphed to, asking, if rejourned, would they exert every possible endeavour to secure the suggested deviation. It was resolved., on the motion of Mr Rees seconded by Mi: Hitching, thai u- de putation be appointed to wait upon the ftarra...
MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
MOE. Tee change in the weather has been very pronounced and nor- most people are complaining of the bitter cold. The change from the extremely mild weather has come rather suddenly, but the good rainfall has been most welcome. Snow is reported to have fallen at Hill End and Childers last week. The rainfall has been general, and though sufficiently heavy falls were not registered until too late, they will do a great amount of good in this district. AT the Warragul Police Court on Tuesday l^t, before Mr C. A. Creas ?weH, f Wilmo*'^^^MCJ8ecutedJfe Kailway which he had a ticket. Be J5iH.y had a ticket,from Melbourne to Officer and in order to ev&dfc" detection ^t;Warra gul be jumped &lt;&t of the train on the side oppofite the platform, though he was caught in the act, l?y some railway officials. He wae^4iri§a 20s with 28s 6d costs. Mr Kelly, solicitor, appeared for defendant.-Gu irdian. The following members of the Moe Rifle Ciub are requested to attend practice...
NARRACAN EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
NARRACAN EAST. A veryVsurce'-ful «MIC re parts was held in 'he Nar-aean East ''all r>n M.»i iny 1st. Tn« fo lowin? were t c :. zt* *vi f? «. Bu si"'. 6i-» p iz© tclock)'Mr w/h&lt;i|, " bo)i\v," M W. Hir«bft)l, At he c sc t»ion of thtpay. a£-w h nrs dancing wag ioduk-ed ia, tuofle p eflint spending a >"jij nleagmt eTOU'nK Arinube of he ai-mito s o'fihe ih t>dal -^Ur racio Kifle Olub fa ?e c .mpl . d the r uiu ketrj cours-, and net* a h»Te ^uaiifi-d lor m^ksmex badge. toe-sra C. C i8p a&lt;id F Walde . ned for cop |wirb \-27 p in a each. l b* plan* of the pro oja i new meob-mni.'" 1 are now in Me&lt;ao . u« ft-v«i ing t e - pp ovi uf the Board of Pobli.. K^a h. 'lenders or tde erection of the Ouildiug will gh->tti y » e advertised f >r,
THORPOALE [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
THORPOALE Themins of the past yeet bad a detrimental' effect upon the roads in the town and district,making them very heavy for traffic. But, it is eaid, where bad rpii^U are to. he seen, good land abounds.^ We can truly boast of having thp T?»tf£r Enquiries are constantly beingwade for land in thjfc,district, ouite a large number of holdings changing hands Jauyke past six moatbSfi^Mtf' Wednesd^ A rum district I would oppw cipal elections i stand, without fouj>:!atio Several valueless cheque^Wava fal len to the lot of local busm^ss-jjeqplg Seeing therfe ia no possibility curing a road through Mrs Hoopefr'^ property, a number of ratepayers lia^e" decided to put the old surveyed roacf, \ to Thorpdale in proper order/"subeidi- \' sing it to the extent of £10 apiece, v The council is to.be approached in the ' matter of rendering assistance to the project, which body will,it-is thought, . on.,the facts of the case being pointed out, do all that can be d*bne . in the matter.
MELBOURNE PIG:' MAKKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
MELBOURNE PIG:' MAKKET. MThail Btob. And Co., 368 Bourke St., Re Melbourne, 26th May, 1904. About 1,330 pigs yarded for to-day's sale. Stores were lightly supplied, and we caim6t quote any impiovemeot in values, small slips selling at from 14s to 17s; big sorts, 18s to 22s; bacon stores, 23s to 28s. Pork was moderately represented in numbers, and the prices realized showed an improvement on late low rates, best making from 25s to 388; light weights, 25B to 30s. Bacon.-A moderate number to hand, and the market for this class was also firmer, best pens realizing from 4Gs to 51s; others, from 38s to 15s. Back Fritters. -Foil supply penned, and dull of sale, the bulk of the yarding BeLlingjit from £2 10b to £3; a few at from £3; a few at from £3 5s to £4 5s.
DISTRICT NEWS. (FPROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) THE SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
DISTRICT NEWS. - (PROM OUll,CO}tRESPUX»ENTS.) j THE SETTLEMENT. Nothing lias bfeen heard yet in con nection with the Swamp school, and we don't know "whether there is to be ^ new sclxxfl or an enlargement of the present one. \ The departmental "long windedness" is. being well maintained, ks some weeks haye elapsed since the . (inquiry, and still we seem no further advanced. The Moe Swamp settlement still .continues to send large quantities of produce of various descriptions into (Trafalgar, and the heavy consignments [.being sent from the local railway sta j.tion are tpa-inlv attributable to this isource of supply. The local council lias at last decided to - carry out some necessary improve-, .'merits on the Seven-Mile road, north . ?: ward from the bridge near Kennedy s towards the mflin. drain bridger The | condition, of the, road, especially in ! winter time, has .never reflected credit ! on the council, and notwithstanding | thai it is t/^e main thoroughfare into f the settlemen...
MELBOURNE CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
MELBOURNE CATTLE SALES. J .ad Co.^repojt Wing sold , J. Moore, Toofconook, to L13, 0 Oa 7d; 11, P. Buckley, Fish Creek, to L10 5s, averaging L10 li; 10, W. E. Bodman, Trenton Valley, to L9 7s 6d averaging LS 9a 6d ; 4, John O'Neill, Jack River, at L8 15«; 2, D, O'Neill, at L910s; 18, W. Person, Kilmany-Park, to L12 2s, ave raging Lll 3a 4d ; 9. Geo. Clift, GrantriUe at LI 0 17b Gd ; 20, Thoa. Colgan, Cappagh, to L10 17« 6d, averaging L10 6a 3d; 10, H. M. Osborne, Nilma, to UO 1?8 6d; 10, R. O. Timms, Waterfall, at L8 17s 6d; 10, E. Riggali, Glenfalloch, at L10 7s 6d; 11, Thos. Riggall. Medowra. t&XlO 5s, averaging L9 19s ; 40, H. Cameron, Orboet, to Lll 8s 6d, * ig L9 10s; 32 P. Nixon,Orbost; 10,W. , Alton-Park, at L}0 7s 6d; 11, Avon L10 2s 6d; 10, J. P. Mawley, Foster to L9 7a fid; averaging L8 18s 6d; 6, Linton, Maffra, to L8 Ids; averaging .tfci L8 3s 4&lt;J; I, H. Uiiler/Nc^rr, at L9 17s 6d, I, U. D. Macfarlane, Glenmsigie, at L8 12s 3d; 11, Gordon, GWord, and C...
WOULD NOT BE INSULTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
HVOXtIj) Not BE INSULTED.. " ;' "It all ckbaea "6* being poor,', said an m lady, trembling - tk&yto>h«r .invalid husband. I jurt stepped, in a minute- at -the-i^car's to she Was'SSrfy,1 and wanteSl me to bring ?: ycta a-bottle of wine." ??-??- :-&lt;ii ? "Did you feriBg.jU?" wked tiie sick , . "f'No f^heard fc©r:, say, it had laying down in her ceffarwflr^kiiucd ft65, and' wbeir she -tjflsrad-it me .1 .Just -Without a^oro Pin sure we didn't waniiar d^tyJ*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
w - A r r i val s Autunn Goo d s A. HARaiS & CO'S, TR.VALGAR. Gdien Opportunity to ueure 8EARABLE DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS ^ &c.y at Saertfice Trices, Evcrg line greatly reduced. Tfiy-OUR STANDARD SiREW BOOTS In MEN'S LADIES' & CaiLDlWS, Every"jxitr Guaranteed. TRAFAjgt&iK Ch;aP Store. Auctioh No/ces. J. K. JENNINGS - and MeiNNBS, I SHEEP * CATTLE SALESMEN, j STOCK ax» STATIok AGEXTS. 4ii boitk; smsT (OPPOSITE KIRK'S SALES conducted at Newmarket, Mewla; Sheep; Wednesday, Cattle. Gaq>°r»tic Yards, Thursday, Pigs awl Qalves, Friday, I , Dairy and Store Stock. /Sunbury, 'second 1 Saturday in each Month, ' TRAFALGAR SALES \ FIRST £Nir THIRD 8ATURDAYS IN 1 EACH MONTH. " J, MITCHELL. AGENT. TRAFALGAR. Next Cattle Sale. TRAFALGAR. SATURDAY, 4m TUNE. . At 12.30 Sharp. J' ENNING8 and McINNES will hold their nextuCattle Sale at Trafalgar on the above | date, when there will be a good yarding of | I of &U descriptions, Including MilfrpTH Springers Fat...
CHAPTER XIX. HARTWELL MAKES A PLUNGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
CHAPTEE XIX. Sich it 3W Of other, look of the .k of man. ditch, round the moschio ... drawbridge, then »me duthouses,. barracks, and courtsA with the well under its are tree\ all shut in by a forti wall, which was provided with '.-red ways fend parapets, to protect j ie" defenders in a siege: outside this fortified wall wtes a larger drawbridge, called the. "outer drawbridge," which crossed the outer ditch. Julia and .the. count followed the abbe into the moschio to dinner. -At table the talk was\n?ostly with the abbe, a man o1 stale'and wandering S? self with muscat wine. b$en anything, madame," he would say to Julia in very Italian French: /'preacher (predicateur)! architect! : statesman! cardinal! in short-any ' thing. Yes, my talents were made to ! declare themselves. But in the rocca, ! what scope? In the' barrack yonder : I was born, and here I am destined to close my eyes." This was the abbe's grievance, that he could have been anything, if only, he and all things else had be...
TRAFALGAR DIRECTORS APPROVE OF THE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
TRAFALGAR DIRECTORS APr [ PROVE OF THE SCHEME. J Mr. J. Evans, in moving a vote of thanks to Mr. Bermingham, expressed his hearty approval of the 6cheme[, wbicli, he said, could not be otherwise than a success. It was only natural tp suppose that two men chosen from among themselves to represent them in -Melbourne and London would lootc after the interests of the companies (in which they were shareholders) more keenly and satisfactorily than iioti intevested agents. The 1% now paid to the agents would in itself more thivn meet the whole cost of the undertak ing. Personally, lie would cordially support Mr. Bermingham's propos als. Mr. Jas. Whitton (president of the association) seconded the motion. He endorsed Mr. Evans' remarks, and thought the scheme an excellent one. The chairman (Mr. W. Murray), ex pressed similar views, and stated that the shareholders of the Trafalgar com pany were greatly dissatisfied with existing arrangements. He felt sure they would heartily endorse the act...
Grave and Gay. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
Grave and Gay.l hat sort of a doll woull .'First Telephone Girl: "What did 'Belle say ween you told her youi en gagement was broken?". Second Telephone (?irl: "Oh, she said it only meant another ring off." : First Young Lady (sentimentally):! "Yes, George tod I are going into partnership for life." Second Young Lady (without senti ment): 'Yes, dear, and you'll b© the senior partner." ' "Jones is the hest man for writing Answers to Correspondents.ever I had the staff," said the editor. , 'Ypu _ v-he's had a family of ten boys, and answering questions comes sort of natural to him. Doctor 'Dancing's awfully easy," said- a lit* tie girl whp had recently gone te-jtbe class. 'You just keep turning round . and round,! and wiping- your feet on "Ha, my man,"; said, an infipeettnjr officer to a .volunteer who wore a lar^e silver 'medal on his breast, "what's . this decoration you display?" "Pleake, sir," was the . proud reply, "our cow got the first sprize at. the cattle show this year." . ' ...
HAWKESBURY LAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 2 June 1904
. HAWKESBUR* IKYING COM. ; PETITION. " i "' ". laying -competition, .which duiiug .1 last'twelve months'has'been going on J lit. tie Hawkesbury Agricultural Col-1 lege. New South Wales: It came to a to 10/. for'the twelfth, and t ed to the fallowing breeds ver Wyandottes, "1308 eggs, 10/4; 2»d, Black Orpingtons, 1275, £7 3/1;; 3rd, Andalusians, 1242, "" WTiottea7silver'WymMteVBIsck I Orpingtons, Buff 4>roingtOT8,.in, :the I orderistated; For the-greatest;^afket | value. th£ wirmera were in order-Sil-1, the greatest number of eggs.iR tile Jf«t I aaffissMfisssx «el» good birds, but it did not demon " > the superiority of any kind. To conclusion, ex ?. T!kj rose-op tnb Brown Leg Lliorna'-iad the bsgt record for value, ."bat' their.th& heaviest £bor most numerousv -but nlbat wdift" l' 'ac'ed when eggs were doer. The five pens contained. 200 ef£ ' hen s. ts were not. allowed for weight, in *11' the winning pens it rang u with--one'exception. f%Q: Jozen to 27}oz attained by ...