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BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 February 1914

BUSH FIRES. --0 F'lrcs continue to ra e In the hills around Traralgon, and tr the last few days the town has been enveloped in a haze of smoke. So far the Caltrnce landowners have been the greatest sufiercr.s, and the Jeeralang people have alo lost a .ood deaf :ot grass and fcin cmg. In the Tyers hills a great deal of scrut country has been traversed by the fire, but has not yet reached the low-lying country. This is very fortunate, as every thing is so dry, An outbreak occurred on .Mr, J. T'. Dunbar's property on T'ues day, but it was stopped after some little grass had been burnt. Apart from this little damage was done. Mr. John Dunbar, on the otliht tide ot the creek had to turn out and stop a conflagration, which started in a s'tubble paddock. For tunately no ~damage was done, and the burn aill produce a goid growth of grass.

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GORMANDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 February 1914

S GORMANDALE. - -o - Awehl attended and enjoyable Sunday school picnic was heldi on Saturday last. The spot chosen *vas a sequestered nook, wi:h run ning stream and shady lightwoods, on the farm of 'Mr. J. Huffer. The ladies provided a dainty repasts to which ample justice was done4 The spread was partaken of under the shade of soine Ielm trees. Dur mng the afternoon the young foll competed for an assortment of toys, which Mfr. Craig had been aEs ked to choose. The adults were not neglected, for several events for them ,which caused much ex citement, were carried out during the afternoon. Messrs. R. Gra ham, Huffcr, Craig, Pudney, Da vey and Britnell, seemed to be among the most prominent with the sports programme, and were assisted willingly by others. The parents are much indebted to Mr, Steward, and Mr. R. Pudney, the superintendents, for the interest they took in the children. The annual meceting of the mem bers and adherents of the Church of England was held recently. Mr. Craig...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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CONGO WEDDING CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

CONGO WEDDING CUSTOMS. Marungu is a district of the vica riate apostolic of the Belgian Congo, situated west of Lake Tanganvika and therefore in the heart of Africa. In Marunga the young man who decides to light the hymeneai torch, after hav ing made his choice from among the maidens of the neighbourhood, must have recourse to a benevolent indi vidual, who, as a third party, will treat with the parents of the girl. If the alliance is favorably regarded by them, the amount of money or it'. equivalent, which the prospective bridegroom must pay to the father oi the bride, is agreed upon. The betro thal then takes place, and a date i set for the wedding. From this time until the day of the marriage the girl must not even cast a glance at her future husband, much less speak to him. If she chance to mci! him, she must appear oblivious of?:his pre sence, and, at once, hasten away, lest he might presume to addess her. Itf she mentions him to any-one, even a member of her own family, it must...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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THE LAZY AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

THE LAZY AGE. Among the "demoralising facilities" of the present age are, according to a?; eminent medical authority, motor cars, cheap trains, omnibuses, and tramways, which are in effect making peoile unconsciously lazy. The "Lan cet" has started the crusade against the growing tendency of laziness, and the question is declared to be one of the most important at the moment from the point of view of public health. We are told of six evils, at least, which result from want of pro lper exercise. These are heart weak ness, dyspepsia, enfeebled muscles, sluggish liver, headache, and skin ail ments. A formidable list, and one w·hich figures among the common cases of illness, now being treated by almost every physiciai in good gen eral practice. No doubt the cheap ness and frequent services of trains and trams dispose people to walk less than formerly. But then they have the more than compensating advan tages of being able to live further from their work and the congested areas of big ci...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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IMAGINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

IMAGINATION. The Bishop of Blirrmingham iave an address at the Cctteridge Council Schools recently on "imaginati:n." Doctor Gore said he was quite per suaded that the great mass of men did not realise how vastly the character of their lives depended upon the culti. vation of their faculty of imagination. There was a fantastic exercise of the imagination known as day-dreaming, which was one of the most unprofit able purposes to which the imaginative faculty could be-put. Imagination, where it was true, was simply a real ising of things as they really are. The imagination of most of us was selfish and narrow; we saw things from a very isolated point of view, and did not try much to see them from the standpoint of others. What an extra ordinary effort it was, for instance, for the well-to-do to Lave before their minds how things looked from the point of view of the poor! Many evils were endured to-day because of the failure of imagination on the part of those in whose power it lay to a...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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BARNUM'S WILD MAN FROM BORNEO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

BARNUM'S WILD MAN FROM BORNEO. "The Wild Man of Borneo" was a poor drunken old sailor whom Barnum was trying to retorm, for Barnum, as In many little things, was first of all among the great temperance men. This old Yankee sailor, whom. Bar num had known from the first, was an expert with his pocket-knife, and dur. ing long voyages across the Pacific he would whittle out skulls, skele. tuns, and so forth. Finally, he found himseif at Ne, Bridgeport, Conn., and destitute. 11e bad nothing at all but a few woodee skulls and skeletons fastened to gether 'With wires, so that the bones would rattle fearfully.- He went to Barnum to try to sell these. He was ragged, hairy, hungry. "Why, where have you been?" said Barnum. "Been to Borneo." "Well, you look it! Come in and sit down. We are just going to have supper!" said the showman. The poor tramp begged Barnum to put him in a cage to keep him from drink-begged to be put in an Iron cage, like a wild beast, where he could sit and whittle and ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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The Back Bage. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

The Back Bage. On the back page will be found a letter from Orbolt, and an in teresting article on immigration matters in Australia. Presbyterian Church. At a special meeting of the Flinders Presbytery, he:d at Kor rumburra, on Thursday evening, the Rev. James Smith notified his acceptance of the call from the Traralgon church. The Rev. Mr. Jiackson, of Leongatha, presided Jas interim moderator, andalso oc cupied the chair at congregatio nal meetings held prior to and after the Presbytery had sat. The Korrumburra congregation was of ficially represented by Messrs Murray, Walters and Burnett and the call was supported by Messrs Pettit on behalf of the Traralgon church. The pastor-elect wi 1 sever his connection with the Kar rumburra church on March 8, and on the foowing Sabbath (15th), will preach his introductory ser mons at Traralgon. Cricket Match. On Saturday last acncke: match match was played on the local show ground between Callignee and the Traralgon Railway Club. Callignee w...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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ORBOST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

ORBOST. -4-- The maize crops at Orbost are exceptionally fine this season. A good many of the crops are 13 feet high, and are showmng bg- cobs. It will be pretty nigh a record crop, as it is regarded as almost safe how. There is also a big crop of French beans for seed. Last season some of the growers refu sed 27s 6d per bushel and they are rather sorry they did not take the bird mn the hand. The railway works are only aabout a 'mile from the township, and during the hot spell the nav vies left their work;, and rushed to the pubs for refreshments. They literally riade beasts of themselve~ and numbers lay about the place all night, dead beat. Some few things are mentioned about the railway building that the layman cannot understand. For instance, instead of the hline go:ng direct over the flat country to w;ards the township, it will make a long detour, almost three miles. A gentleman relates that ?i a cer tain day he saw two men removing the earth from a moderate sized tree. The foll...

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THE GIPPSLAND BUSH FIRES GREAT DAMAGE REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

THE GIPPSLAND BUSH FIRES GREAT DAMAGE REPORTED. The bush fires of Ftbruar;y 1914 will long be remembered in the history of Gippsland. The excep tionat heat ot the past fortnght ,during which hardly a single drop ot rain fell) caused the district to get into such a dry condn.i ,n that only a spark was needed to cause a serious conflagration and loss ot property. Fcd and encouraigcl by, these favorable condi.imns, the ire fiend spread, leaving destruction and desolation in its path. Tihe fruits of the toil of farmers and settlers have min many cases been swept away in anll hour or two, a great many have to face the ad ditional blow of the loss of their home. One cannot help .ysiympa thisming with those, who, by "the sweat ot their brow," have brought their litte tarms into ta.r working order, only to have it a' obliterate:l by the deva-ta:ing: LEl! in such a slhort space of time. N.) one knows but he wh, has gon, through it the long days of toil that must be done to rel)lace the lost ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

Come, Consider, A Few Comparison Values oIN FURNITURE. Compare. Bedroom Suite, In Beautiful Grained Oak, Large Bevel Mirror Wardrobe, Marble Top Washstand, tiled back, Latest Shape Duchess Table, £-10 10s. Diningroom Suite, 7 Pieces, consisting of 4 small and 2 large chairs and couch, covered in Morocolline, well made, -.d 10 s. Sideboard (Special), Large S:ze, Bevel Mirrors, 2 Drawers and Cupboards, -£4 IO . Unbeatable Offering in Bedding. 4fc. 6in. Pure Kapok Mattresses, Belgian Tickidig, 299 6d. 4ft. 6in. Heavy Wire Mattresses, "lnterlccking Sides," 21is. This is the latest thing in Wires and the value speaks for itself. LAYTON BROS. ,YO )UR GIFT ? You will ce-tainlyfind just the article you want 1 I for that Giit you have been worrying about. G( IT WILL I ' COST YoU J UST D. ?,? ??',, To write for our Handsome GIFT i. ., CATALOGUE (it is free), it contains caiiIp Lb teverythirZ suitable and acceptable tor old and young. _ . "... "FORSTER" ia...a. The Jeweller, a FORSTER'S lo. e4...

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TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

TOONGABBIE. (From a Correspondent. Friday, 20th February, wilt be long remembered in thlus township -being about one of the worst and hottest days experienced this smIu mer. During the week, several parties of men-townslup residents and others-have been out in the hills, day after day, combating the bush fires, and making every effort to check them before the fire could reach the flat country. About mid-day on Friday, a strong north wind sprung up, and the fire travel!ed at a great pace from that direction down through Mr. Walter Scott's paddocks, cros- i sed the Cowwarr road, and into the properties of A. Rles, W. An drews, R. W\iliiamson and J. Wj, Gales, where it was stopped. Ano ther fire then started, and canme down the W\alhalla road, through MIr. J. Buttler's property, and into Ben ?'enue, MIr. Gadd's estate, where it was also checked. Other sufferers are Messrs. Burnic. Fec; guson, N. Gales and B. Humph rey. IGrass and fencing was the only damage done. Homesteads, stacks nd ...

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AUSTRALIA'S GREAT NEED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

HUSTRALIA'S GREA1; NEEDq A very briet residence tn Aust a lia, is enough. to' convince one th-t there is really lone great thing that matters, one great question coin ipared to which tariff and defence, Liberal (d Labor defeats and victories is a ¶Mnere fagatel.e. This', question is how to people the land. rrhls is the one great problem con fronting Australia to-day. We do liot want to swell ithe already over crowded cities, but to settle the vast tracts of country now lying idle. How are we to do it? Safety in Numbers. The" white Australha poocy do mnands the speedy peophling of the 'Itnd4 Our defence scheme was originated because of this policy, but no one now dreams of danger for at least another decade, and 'it is force'd upon us that had we concentrated on a sound and busi ness-like campaign tor getting set tiers instead of launching an am bitious and full grown schenme ot defence, Australha would be a flar more formidab!e proposition for a possfble invader to tackle ten yeais ...

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Traralgon Weekly Market. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

Traralgon Weekly Market. -o W. Christensen and Co. report under date February 11, 1914: - Oats, dull of sale.-Feed Is 9d to .s, seed 2s to 2s 4d, wheat, prime seed 4s 3d, poorer quality 3s 11d to 4s, barley, cape 2s 4d, maize prime 4s, peas H.T. Dunn 4s Gd to 4s Od, chaff, choice £3 10s, good £3 5s, bran is 2d, pollard lsi3d, Jap. millet 3d onions 8s, potatoes, dull, 3s to 9s 4s 6(1, grass seed, paspalum Is 3d, cocksfoot 10s, w. and a. clover is 3d. Butter, prime dairy 10d, cheese, matured Sd lb, new 6j d, eggs, guar anteed 11id to ls, pigs cheeks Sd each, bacons 7d to 9d, sides 11d, hams 10d to is. . Poultry- Good number forward. Roosters 2s Gd to 3s 3d, hens is 10d to 3s, pullets 2s to 2s Gd, chicks Is to Is 3d; .turkey gobllers 15sto 18s, hliens 10s, ducks 2s Gd to 3s, geese 4s to 4s Gd. Fruit-Apples, prime dessert.3s 6d to 5s, cooking. 2s to 3s 4d, w.b. pears 3s Gd, cooking 2s Gd, plums Is 6d to 2s 3d. Vegetables. - HI{bards Gs to 12s doz., cabbage 4s, marrows 2s to 3s, beet 2s ...

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TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

TELEPHONE ThUNK LINE RATES. 8 n|in. rach add. 3 min M?orwell ... 2d ... 2d Glengarry ... 2d ... 2d Toougabbie ... 2d ... 2d MVoe ... 3d ... 3d Cowwarr ... 3d ... 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's Creek 3d .. 3d Trafalgar ... 4d ... 3d Yarragon . . 6d ... 5d Sale ... 6d .. 5d Walhalla ... 6d ... Maffra ... 8d ... 6d Heyfield ... Sd ... 6d Newry ... 8d ... 6d Tinamba .. 8d ... 6d Warragul ... 8d ... 1d Yarram ... 1/4 ... 1/

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THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

:'THE TELEPHONE. --0- TRARALGON EXOHANGE., t .Dr Hagenauer a Dr. McLean 3 Mr. Challman 4 T. B. Little & Co, 5 Christenset & Bawden 6 G, H. Marsh 7 Layton Bros. 8 L. Lay g W, A. Clark o THE JOURNAL (W. Chappell). xx Whittaker Bros;: Ia J, English 13 Shire Hall r4 J. D. Campbell - x5 J S. Milligan :6 S.Lees.. - '7 Nurse MilleK' x8 Gippsland Trading Coy. 9g J H. Vivian 20 Mathieson and Davis a1 P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store, 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H. Row 25 Serjeant and Bruce 26 A. M'Lean and Co, 27 B. 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. W. Crowe and Co. 43. W. Christensen and Co. 44. R. Widdis. 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

Auctioneers. A IMcLEAN & CO., 8tool, Station, La~d and Finanoial , gena ,. TRARALGON. MAFFRA. MORWELL. MELBOURNE Sales conducted under the" per sonal supervision of Mr. W. J* M'Lean. .'A. M'LEAN ana CO. are now making up List ot Sales tor ... 1914 ... LISI OE . SALES:- Feb. 25: Mrs. J. Price, land, cattle, horses, etc., at Tratalgar without reserve. Mrs. Leslie's Farm, at Tyers, tot Private bale. M'LEAN'b NEX' BlIG SALE! MORWELL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. A. 1M'LEAN and CO. will sell at their yards on the above date 100 Fat Pigs 100 Store Pigs. A large yarding of fats and stores wanted, as good outside buyers will be present bor fat pnd s.re pigs. Messrs. Huttn and Co's repre sentatlve )vilt be in atttndance; also Melbourne and other outside buyers guaranteed. •Sale starts at 12.30 sharp. CLEARING SALE. OF'HORSES and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MORWELL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. At 3 p.o'clock shark Immediately after the Pig Sale. A. M'LEAN and CO. wilt sell on account ot Mr. Dave cBuc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

G, BRUNNING & SONS, NURSERYMEN, BRIGHTON ROAD,'; ST, KILDA, VIO. Lh.?GEST AND RE8.. STOOKOF PLANTS IN THE COMMONWPS&LTH Catlogu.es Post Free. Insl, lo~a Invitedi. 'tELEPHONE 128, V tLds3:. TO DAIRYMEN, FARMERS, & BREEDERS. SCHALLMAN, Chemist, sells the following Veterinary Instruments,1 etc.:-Lamb Clams, 7s 6d; Cattlei Syringes, all sizes; Teat Slitters, for Tough Milkers; Self-retaining Milking Tubes, is and 2s; Trocac and Canula, 7s 6d and 10s 6d;i Milk Fever Syringes, 12s 6d; etc., etc. Veterinary Medicines. Permanganate, in 11lb. tins, for washing out dairies, will make 10 cwt. solution. Cripple Salt with Iron (increases the Butter Fat Test from 3.5 to 4.1); sample, 6d, 51bs. is, cwt. 21s. Drenches-Milk 'Fever, is 6d; Cleansing, is 6d; 'Red Water, is 6d; Gripe and Colic Drench, 2s 6d; etc. " ~JOUHN ikh" Is noted for artist c and up to-date JOB PRINTING. Every desoription of work under taken, and satisfaction guaranteed. All HIGH-CLASS WORK Bars "The Jou:r...

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M.Y.P.U. CONCERT. A FINE PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

M. Y.P.U. CONCERT. -4-- A. FINE PROGRAMME. The'concelt in connection 'i:h the Union Tennis Club, which is one of the branches of the above Union, 19as heMd"on Friday evening last. The attendance was not very large, a fact which was mostly ac counted for by the discouraging heht wave that was then passing over us. But those who were there found to their surpnrise that the:halt.was not nearly so hot as anticipated, while the concert was really so excellent and enjoyable that it is safe to report that all. felt quite repaid for their presence. Tne performers facea their audfi ence with no sign of discourage ment at the paucity of the attln dance, and all acquitted thenisel ves well, while some of the items were distinctly above the aver age ot excellence, both in charac ter and execution. The Derform ers, in their turn, mutt have felt fully compensed by the cordial, even enthusiastic, reception ac corded their efforts-. Applause of everything, was the order of the evening, which in som...

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TRARALGON RACING CLUB. APRIL PROGRAMME DECIDED ON. £100 IN PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

TRARALGON RACING CLUB. APRIL IPROGRAM~IE DE-.: CIDED ON. S£10o:IN PRIZES.' The .TraraIgon Racing Clul" can now fairly be said to have "tur-, ned the corner," and a run of'suc cess can confidently be looked for var' to. The purchasmig of tlie new course seem(s't oil(ave been the turning point in the club's carczr, and actea as a stimulus to mem bers. The committee met on Fri day niight, at the Grand Junction Hotel, and held a lengthy meeting. The principal business of the even mng was the drawing up of the programme for the April meeting,. and a: good many other matters also'received attention. There was a large attendance, and the presl dent (Mr. E. S. \Vhittakers) occu pled the chair. The Handicapper's Fee. 1Ir. A. H. Cox, the handicapper, wrote asking if the club would grant him another guinea for at tending the race meetings, so as 'to enable him to ;tom a b;etteridea of the horses' abilities. At pre sent he was out of pocket. The meeting was decidedly aga?mst granting the extra ...

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CUNNINGHAME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 February 1914

CUNNi fljGAME. (Fro'n 6ur p~ni Corresponei.t).. Thereis still a'vey:lxaf~~r um ber' of Vistiors heye, anrl i nd the past 'fe day., the' have be shakihds WitW the'mselves'aind each' 6thi'.b?;1&ause they arte es capnmg the' iotstretch of swvelter nmg.:,yeathlier f the' finland area. .It' is quite warm enough in thertown shlp~'btit' on the beach the tem perature is 10 to I5 degrees lower, In the surf the thermometer does not,.register more than'5,0. Natur ally;,'the visitors flock to "the 9th?er side," and seek shelter from the. sun in the'lshadow of the ,pier. Though it is a lazy life, the time spent in recuperating 'one's health cannot by any stretch of. Imagination be said to be wasted. Thls matter of health ~outweighs afi other.considerations. The in dividual who only sees the prae tical side of it wi. sometimes try to form some idea of the energy lying dormant. Here are visitors from far and near and of very var led occupations-probably enough to make up a ~elf supporting ...

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