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THE FARMERS' LEAGUE. BRANCH FORMED AT ALLAMBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 June 1904
THE FARMERS' LEAGUE. I BRANCH FORMED AT * ALLAMBEE. &lt; ^ A meeting -of farmers and others interested in the Farmers, Property Owners, and Producers' Association ' at*,a held in the Halston school on I Wednesday, May 25th. MrT. A. Hall Sras voted to the chair, and after he had explained the objects of. the Asso ciation and read the rultes, etc., tke foliowiiig resolution, moved by Mr T. W. Clark, and seconded by Mr P. Dietrick, was carried: ' That this meeting of farmers and others form ourselves into a branch of the Farmers', Property-Owners, and Producers' Association, which haa for its object the banding together in s solid body for the purpose of resisting to the utmost at all elections, whether federal or state, all socialistic and labour candidates, all socialistic legis lation, and to watch cloeely the in terest* of the association." The following.office-bearers for the ensuing year were electedPresident, Mr T. A. Hall ; vice-president, Mr T. W. Clack: hoo. aecretanr...
WILLOWGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 June 1904
WIllOWCROVf. The new public hall at Willowcrove is finished, and a very commodious, convenient and creditable structure it is. The opening will be celebrated bv a concert and ball towards die end of the present month, foi' which gr$at preparations are being made by thg.' . management. Arrangements have1 been' made for the running 'of public conveyances, at. reasonable .bfares, to WiUowgrove on the evening1 of the entertainment, and a large at tendance of visitors is. expected.' Every thine will be done to renaer tlie function pleasant and enjoyable to thfc . company, x
LOCAL UNEMPLOYED. PETITION TO THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 June 1904
LOCAL UNEMPLOYED. PETITION TO THE PREMIER. The following is a copy of text of the petition drawn up, signed and for warded to ihe Premier for consider ation : Moe, May 30th, 1904. To the Hon. the Premier of Victoria. Sir,-We desire to seek your aid in solicit ing work in connection with the scrub catting, etc., now being carried on in connection with the construction of the Jfoe-Walhalla railway. We are in sympathy with your Government in its efforts to* assist the unemployed, and as local men we most reapectfally ask you to give as yoar kind consideration, we are acquainted with the work to be done, and the nature of the country where the same is to be performed. Hoping you will be pleased to accept Mr Albert Harris' recommendation-that gentle man having kindly received a deputation from our ranks when passing through 11 oe to Walhalls, and expressed his sympathy towards We hare the honor to b«, Sir, jour moat I [ obedient Mrrants; } [Here follow the signature*.]
YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 June 1904
YARRACON. The committee of the local mechan icf institute* gave a concert arid ball oil Friday evening, with the object of increasing the building fund, as it is intended, at an early aatepto consider ably enlarge the building. There was, a large attendance, a^u all present thoroughly enjoyed the entertainy meni. The following programme was rendered;-iftrst part-Song, "On the banks of the Wabash" Mr. J. House; song, "Kentucky babe," Mr, W. Hill; comic song, "Money in the banl^" Mr. K. Pope: song, "Eileen Allannah," Mr. B. Smith ,(encored); song, "The old green isle/' Mr. Edmottds; comic song, "Oh,. Phcebs," Mr. Hearn -?(encored).. Sedond out "Song, . "The deathless army," Mr. Datine (en core "Off to Philadelphia"); igentnlo* quism, Mr. Verey; song, "The quaker," Miss Page; comic Bong, put the idea in my head," Mr. WaMrojy»&gM 'Poor thing"); song, "By 'M»ss Phillips (encored':# ft -once more"' .Mr. .Ed^ 1 "Where the Mississipi * flows," Mr. Hill; e®ng, "Wife, . children .find...
PROGRESSIVE EU[?]HRE PARTIES. INAUGURATED A TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 June 1904
PROGRESSIVE / EUMR PARTiE^. \ ! INAUGURATED A ^TJUF.iLGAK. The first of a series of progressive euchre' parties, inaugurated by the committee of the Trafalgar mechanics' institute, was held in tlie public hall last Thursday evening, aim proved a very pleasant and successful affair. A number of circumstances tended to j prevent a large attendance. A billiard ; tournament and football meeting were i held the same' evening; in the after-1 :noon a large sale was' held on the set Itlement, and very few of those who . attended it cared to "turn out" later , | on; while the greatest of all attractions, , «a ball, was to be held on the follow- i ing evening, and many were "saving" themselves for that event; while on top of all was the miserable state of the weather. Notwithstanding these drawbacks, however, about ,30 ladies* aWgentlemen responded to the uifatfon of the committee, and play Vas commenced shortly "before 9 p.m., and continued until about 10.40. Under the direction of Mr. J. B....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 June 1904
^^^ucriox Noi SKevrs & Peterson. "AEiAGUL.'l'RA^AIiOON, MOS ... WELL an AtOUIN. O. V. STEPHEji B. SKEWS s | ? STOCK SALESMEN ALAND AND FIN\VX(:iAfc A&lt;WKTS. KSN and CO., |CK AND STATION AGENTS, llelTxmrne, Traralgon, MOT Warragnl and ^ Agent at -E. X COOPER. > follow:-- ?' -v Tuesday in each Month. Waira 1 EWJ*f alternate Thunuiay. Bync SANK OSIVICTORIA LTE "BRANCH of this BANK \ Now .Open, Trafalgar, ^ Under th(, ^ 1 ?. P. BUU^ETT. J [A 6ARP.] . HUBBR? KELLY, ftABR/"', ftottowa^ C nd Conveyancer, 4L0AR, I^AGXJL, Ire, liging. - ths" - TRAFALGAR STOREKEEPERS Desire to ercpress THANKS, through the medium of tlhe "IjrSWS," to the Public for past Support, and. at the same time would direct attention to their Business An nouncements ifi( this Paper: PtiBASB NOTE. New] - Arrivals Autumn Goo d s A. HARRIS & CO'©, TRAFALGAR. Golden Opportunity to secure SEASONABLE DRAPERY, CLOtttlNQ, BOOTS die., at Sacrifice Prices- Every line greatly reduced. TRY OCR ) STANDARD...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 June 1904
YARRAGON (FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY REPOSITORY. MRS. LORD ^ESIRES to inform the residents of Yar tgOQ and District that she has. pur lie business lately carried on bv Mrs _ in the Main, Street, Yarragon, and has added to the Stock an Assortment of fancy Goods, .Stationery, School Requistes and Books. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables always on hand. Preserved Fruits and Choice Confectionery. Ail coods at reoron &ble Prices. A trial solicited, THE HAIRDRESSINC SALOON Is in chrrge of an Accomplished Artist. . MRS. LORD Yabraoon. TRAFALGAR Fruit and Vegetable MA.S.T (Opposite "News" Office). Mns. MACPHERSON, Pbopbietobess. A large assortment of Fresh Fruit and vegetables always on hand at ! Reasonable Prices. Soft drinks and Confectionery of all descriptions A trial respectfully solicited. DRESSMAKING. M R -8;'M I T H iaTvari N. LAWLE SS, HAIRDRESSER, TOBACCONIST, J STATIONER, " DESIRES to Intimate to the residents ol Trafalgar and surrounding district that. he occupies spacious premise...
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT, June 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 June 1904
:j. . ' .: . CHURCH/ SERVICES. & ( Ne^t, June 1004: f WWLSMS OaoBon.--Trafalgar, 11 gjn,'^ Rev. ?«eldmg;.-7.30 dj»i., Mi1. Green. Traftl-> * gar South, 3 vm., Mr. Steal; Thorpda^?7' p.m.. Rev. Fielding. Childera,-.3 p.m,r-lfr. . ? Cauater. Narracaa, 3 P-OW Re*. leldiog.. barracan Jfeet, 11 ea,, Jfr. TiUcteon. - Moe^ 7 ffcnL.Mr. Wii>'. , . CauBoa oi,Esoi^;>-Mbe, lL ajn^Ret. C W,T Bogere ^iL&ratfc, £30 pSo, Rogere. Trirtfclfear, 7 ^San., Bey. B"~T % s1$e^«Wf>8. a &lt;h(8WJaB8.M*®rti«er.f. - executed a(-thrive
A TREASURE OF TREASURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 9 June 1904
A TREASURE QE?;. TREASURES. relation.of influence is at eplotirothertre'-es^Ther aspi ^u^nr^are to fix, to a erea\t extent, Tft6 position and future of husljand and family. If she is cultured, pure and re fined, these qualities "will characterise the home which she creates. The higher degree of her culture, ,'her pur ity, her refinement, the more will these qualities characterisi^^tbe home of which she i^^Elte centre. The personality thaj' a woman takes witn her in her marriage is her real dower. If her dower can be reckoned in numerals only, no matter how many they be, wrecked indeed will be her husband, impo* verished her children. But, if she possesses industry, gentleness, self abnegation, purity, and intelligence, combined with capability, she is ' iij herself a treasure of treasures. I
INJURED DIGNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
INJUBED DIGNITY. Four-yeaf-old. Delias-was flower-girl at a wedding, and ielt, -very important indeed over the honor bestowed upon ? her. ' At the close of' the ceremonjHoends pressed forward to offer, congratula The bride and groom were- the cen - tre of attraction, and poor .Delia was unnoticed. This was unbearable, and presently the tears began' to «fall sil ently, and then- a sob sbook«the little frame, and attracted the notice of the "best man." Stooping,, he inquired' the cause of her distress^ 1 * "Isn'trr-I-married^too?" she wail .ed. ' V: Laughing,;1 the gentleman lifted heg^ in bis arms, and- ^repeated to . thlp. -friends "the child's Question, - and fof the rest of the evemng Delia, had her heart's desire in the way, of attention. &lt;?
WELLGWGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
WIL18WGR0VE. At the invitation of Mr and Mrs C. ' -ip. Williams, of Willowgrove, about 150 L'fpWids assembled at the Willowgrove Hall on Friday, and spent > , most Amorable eveninsrindancinffi &c. At about midnight thecompany sat down to a tastefully laid out supper, and having partaken of the good things provided adjourned to the hall, where dancing was ..resumed, and- kept merrily going till about 6 a.m., when a . very pleasant re-union was brought to a close. The music was supplied by Miss Crowe (Glengarrv)i-assist#! by . Messss J. Cosgriff and S,Williams, whilst Mr F. Byford acted in the capa "* city of M.C. xn his* usual- good style. ^.3u»ng. the evening,; occasion was taken to present Miss E Williams , with a valuablepold bracefet in rtcop, muon of tbe services She had rendered the Prt^bytenan Church, having offiv (Mated as organist for the past 10 years. 1 air M'Phersoa made £|e presentation cm behalf of those who sub scribed towards the purchase of the J i Or Will...
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
IK' NARRACAN. , Considerable isdignifion i» expressed over the wlling-booth hating been changed from tke Narracan East Mechanics' Institate to the : new ball at Narracan. A number of votes \ were, in consequence, left unrecorded j at the recent state election. At poll; j ing was, in former years, done at the Nar- j racan Cast Hall, it » considered that those:] responsible for the change should^have giren j ^timely notice of same. ? v i 2TA football dub has been started .here. A fgk)d number of members have been enrolled, and Mr W. Haromopd appointed boil, secre tary. A. practice match was played in'.tfr Graham's paddock on Saturday laat, when seypral pluyen showed very good fprm On Saturday next a znateh between the local and Thorpd&le Ciubs will take place. itThe annual meeting of the local tennis clab wis held on Friday night last. . The balance^ sheet showed the club to be in a sound fman cial position. Mr F. E. Fry was re-elected president, as also was Mr G. Savige to th...
[?] THE G[?] BU[?] IMPORT[?] DA[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
! As an outcome c, algamation proposed b\* miudiam, secretary of th| Butter. Factories AssfciiriS _ report.pf^hich appeared in tKe Ne '» important coi fer^c.e=Mis fapidi fit Dandenoii^yestor l day-p£ter!aoon. at'which representatives' were present from,ti#rly ill the fac tories interested. ;v . Mr. Jas; "Whitton, president of the association, occupied the; chair. .meeting "was held at McQ&ade's Alblottr hbtel, Messrs. 'Jasl « and Gjbson dp-esetftyV^ After fiSt coriBiderati'ia had ' been j given tha proposals a 'obmmityee was J iifommtiori..: ? scheme .at',g eat-.. showed3 pa^esjuimij^tf^^eflect an®, aniitml^ihfliU \#c had inviteg.tende's pies ofipsese vntivess oils,&lt;\ji| for the/mspection otfeSHbi sent, tthi Schema-was dispu^ every st&ftdptal, and tHU favo was cre( thing definite witll e i d to i tion was arrived at. the meml
THE STATE ELECTIONS. WALHALLA. ME HARRIS RETURNS THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
THE STATE ELECTIONS. WALHALLA. '. ME HARRIS RETURNS THANKS. As the figures published i which that gentleman hat worked $t)tuenta interests for iinore tbas.20 veare past. Mr Harris, has,r£fcetved a large number of telegrams from' constituents antf -from: old friends Si> various parte 4fti» Stttev congratulating him on bis success at. the frecent Election tor Walhalla. WrHarris de rail LiafltarflaesUhanka. alt was jested at WalhaHa' , " oicje' .) Mr Albert Harris, who was well received, said he debited to, convey to the electors of Walhalla and - all parts of the constituency, hia most grateful thanks -for the splendid support they nad given him that day. One of the most gratifying things in connection with public life waB to find "that one's efforts to serve a district, and the State generally,'met with such hearty approval. It would always be his endeavor to retain'the confidence they had reposed in him. He hoped his efforts in the future would meet with their approval.' He wishe...
COULTER'S DRAM[?] COMPANY. RE-APPEARANCE AT TRAFALGAR. "CASTE." "PYGMALON AND GALATEA." [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
COULTER'S DRAW COMPANY., :&lt;;* "CASTE "PYGMALION fAND GALATEA/ . During the past few months Trafal gar lias been visited by several tlieatri cal ' companies of-more than ordinary .merit, both dramatic arid vocaJ, but" "there can be no two opinions as to^ Coulter's Criterion Dramatic Company easily eclipsing, all competitors. Tak-, in it as a whole; Mr. Coulter has a com pany of which any manager might well feel proud, the three ladies iri particular-Misses Mostyrij Riehter und Rede-possessing talents tliat place them in the front rank' Of their profession. Tliis excellent com - party has, at various times,- appeared fin hal£ a dozen different productions i in Trafalgar, ? and on every successive.1 occasion their popularity has increased, i Nor is this to be wondered at.Jfor their productions, are always of a high ! standard, are well Staged, and invari ably well played. Li comedy and -tragedy alike the performers are equal to the occasion, one of the aecrcts of their succe...
A BEAUTIFUL GIRL KILLED BY CHAGRIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
A BEAUTIFUL GIRL KILLED BY CHAGRIN. .... .. New hospital recently is said to have been eaused by vexation and worry. The patient had once been an exceed ingly beautiful girl, whose -good looks won for her popular favor. She had been fliuch praised on account of her | I beauty, > and had a large number &lt;' l-friendsx who admired her. One da] I recently; while sitting at her worl " kerosene lamp on the table to the hospital. " The first questi she put to her nurse was whether s would be much disfigured. It was i , cessary to tell her that "her beamty | was entirely destroyed. From that , moment the.girl lost all desire to fe 'cover. She fretted and &lt; worried, kiid became utterly despondent. Her pro gress towards recovery, which had' been encouraging, entirely ceased, and she gradually sank, and at last died. The cause of death was .given by the hospital surgeon as burns, but it waa really a broken heart.
THE MOE-WALHALLA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
THE RiOE-WALHALLA RAILWAY. Twenty-six men (Melbourne unem ployed) reacted Moe on Thursday last, who still be engaged on the earthworks of the above up to miles from the township. The tents, tools, etc., of thosg who will take part in the work 1 at the furthest point were taken thence by coach the same afternoon, whilst those nearest the township wheelbar rowed their " goods" to tlieir respec tive " posts." The scene thus presen ted was quite a novel one; - Some of the men who were engaged in the .the clearing of the track -near Moon-"' " darra, numbering close Upon 20, liave already "thrown the work over." TJ&y state their reason for so doing to , -fee that of the unsatisfactory avpnge 1 mfents in regard to provisions, ione or two remarking that they had tWlive on " damper." A number. were fund to be quite unsuited for the wclk, and this, it is thought, is the principal rea son for their relfcrmR^o Melbourne Another., batch of tmemployrfd> con sisting of: 26 men, arrived ...
POOR JOLLYBOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
POOR JOLLYBOY. "Maria," said Mr Jollyboy, very solemnly, thinking to take a.rise out ol the wife of .his bosom, "I-heard 61 a dreadful operation which was unde»i. gone by & girl. &lt;8he seemed in danger of lUswg jfhejMKghV and" the clevetf 1 ophtnajmid surgeon who operated on her found " - "Yes,"' breathlessly interposed Mrs . Jollyboy, "found what?" "That the poor girl had a young man in her eye," rejoined hubby, with a chuckle. Silence reigned supreme . for the space'of five minutes, at the end of Twiich time Mrs Jollyboy said quiet ly "Well, of course, it would all depend on what kind ol young man it was, as there are many men she would have been able to see through," and with-a serene smile- Mrs Jollyboy re* sumed her knitting, leaving the enemy .completely -routed.