Elephind.com contains 18,051 items from Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
? Business-Noticks. : YARRAGON, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY ? REPOSITORY. MRS. LORD Fresh'* Fivit jmd Vegetables alwava on hand. Preserved Fruits Choice' Confectioner}-. All goods at rearon able Prices. A trial solicited. THE HAIR DRESSING SALOON Is in chrrge of an Accomplished Artist. MRS. LORD Yaiuuoon; TRAFALGAR Fruit and Vegetable MART (Opposite "News" Office). MRS. MACPHERSON, Propmbtoress. Reasonable Prices. Soft drinks and Confectionery of all DRESSMAKING. 18!. SMITH (Late of Morwell), HAVING decided to start business in Tra falgar, is prepared to execute all orders entrusted to her with promptness. Latest styles. Prices to suit the times. A Trial Solicited. Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. . Note the address v~ State School, TRAFALGAR. DUX CYCLE DEPOT, / TRAFALGAR. FIRST-CLASS New and Secondhand Mfcbjner, for Cash, or on Terms, accessories stocked. Repairs carefully e: N. LAW LESS. Agent. Trafaljzai Call and inspect. WLES Federal Coffee Palace. j City Hairdresser always in Only b...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
NOTES AND COMMENTS. ; In view of the possibility of an early dissolution of the Federal Parliament, those persons eligible to vote at Federal elections whose names nay not be on the rolls should lose no time in securing their, rights. Forms of application for enrolment can jiow be ootained at any post office. Mr A. Harris, M.L.A., writes as follows i-" Mr Murray has promised meNftiaf iiet will bring in a bill to favorably d«al with the Moe &lt; Swamp holdings aopn after the opening of Parliament.;. I will continue to do all in my poweiftto aid struggling friends, and trust t)ue boon will soon be at their disposal.". It is saic^ tfyat pressure is\beingw'. brought to b&Jr on a well kn'owi^ re sident of Trafalgar to contest one" pf the vacancies in the local council nexis August. Very strong support has been ! promised, but so far no definite answer ua's been received from the gentleman referred to. Probably we will be able to give further particulars in next In a recen...
The News. (Late Advocate.) PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. AND PUBLISHED THRUSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1904. THE BUTTER INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
^?t)C ^ICIDS. , (Late Advocate.) " PRINTED - AT ?» TRAFALGAR, PUBLISHED THOHSDAY MORNINGS. ' [; " THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1904., BUTTER INDnSTRYi^ I VERY keen interest is taken in this dis trict-in the batter commission inquiry sow being held in Melbourne. Day after dajr the astute counsel for the Qoventaient (Mr. W; H. Croker) is .ex tracting evidence of a most startling and extraordinary character from the various .witnesses, all of-Which tend* to sbow-the-rotfenneos of the present system, of. U^baaetrng the business connected witb.^ir^^mpomnt indus-r tiy. lie result £f the inquiry caanoi ?rfli be btherwi86"thStt* betoefiotal-;fe".Ibe 1 better.co2apamtis,-.a8*it will, let llaffi 1 see .how, for years past, they liave i been systematically cheated by flhe agents and (in some cases) by tbiir own, employe^, If anything was.neeu ed . as an- incentive to induce ' tUe Gippsland associated factories Mr. «T. Berraitigham's scheme of co-operatior^, that need is surely supplied by the revelation...
The Ladies' Column. IS LIVE SELFISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
~The liaiH^ ^otuiri n, j|| IS LOVE SELFISH II 1SS&5&8i&23-2£* and .win he^-fos^ himself. She make him so happy,' How^splen life would be with heri The m thinks of.it, the mpre'delighted with the prospective is.'in love i.n double harness. it is best for her that he wins her his wife, and that she pass the in love, with her. She is 'happy thought that he mpty ask her to wife.' She wants -him, that is .. le would __ best sort of wife "or suitable wife for this particular, man, she never dreams of asking: Whether under her in fluence his manhood will:develop in the best way, whether she will be able to be his companion in his ambitions, take an interest,' deep and helpful, in hiB life's work, or not, she does hot ask, nor does she think about, it. What she believes would, make her happ^ is her one thought. Love is
EDISON'S BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 16 June 1904
EDISON'S BABY. .A good story is told of Edisob, the I inventor of the phonograph. With ! the completion of the "first phonograph at his laboratory came -the first baby to the Edison borne/. It was the delight of the- grew inventcr to record the pretty articu lations- of the youngster on the phono-, graph for reference in his old age? so that he could hear the baby walls of hia first-born over again. But the most -remarkable thing about the child was. its picturesque cry, and this was about the only ' thing that the father , had not caught on uie cylinder. So Mr Edison de termined one day to oatch fch?> young ster when it was emitting its fiercest yells, and be started from his labora tory to the house with tihe phono graph. He brought the baby in front of it, but the unexpected wail was forthcoming. He tumbled the you ster about and rumpled its hair, mxu-. did all sorts of things, but still the baby didn't cry; on the contrary, he crowed joyously. Edison at length gat'e up.in dis...
HOW WOMEN LOVE DRESS. A Man's Practical Comment. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 June 1904
HOW WOMEN LOVE DRESS. A Man's Practical Comment. He sat by a window at twilight, And placidly puffed his cigar, He gazed on a neighboring sky-light, And thought of his bank stock at . par. Two voices came upward, as high as The place where he sat, from the Two ladies, on "gored" and on "bias," Were 'holding communion sweet. Then he mused upon feminine folly And Fashion's absurd excess; And 'he said with a tone melancholy; "How women do rave over dress! "Just get any two of them started, * And they'll talk for a month about clothes," He spoke like, a hero, strong-hearted. Who all such frivolity loathes. "And the way they oppress the poor creatures Who build all those dresses .and things! They'd like to make marks on their features For a little mistake in the strings." Here a knock at the door. Then a waiter And a new suit of garments appear. "Oh, they've come, have they? Strange they're not later. Quick, light up the whole . chan delier !" One glance from a proper position Suffices t...
N RRACAN EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 June 1904
N RRACAN EAST. A meeting of those interested iu the removal of the polling booth from Nar racnn East to Narracan at the late elections was held on Saturday last. I .\Jr G, G. Aucliterlonie was requested | 'to write to the authorities asking why I the booth had been removed, protesting , against same, and requesting that iu future elections the polling-booth ?should be in the old place,% viz., the Narracan East Mechanics' Institute. . The football match which was to i have taken place last Saturday fell I through owing to the Thorpdale team failing to put in an appearance. The locals, however, indulged in a few hours' good practice. The Narracan ites should make a name for 'them selves in the competition for the Mon ger trophy..
DISTRICT NEW[?] FROM OUR CORRESPON[?] THE SETTLEME[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 June 1904
jDl&raiCT WEWJ TFEOM ODTGJJA^MSPON'L THE $IRII It seems strange that effort is not macU to have ] done to the'^Seven-Miie presfent condition it is a perfil £raee,-being in some places alfliS passable for any kind of trailicB fact right from tlie railwayTine tdj main, drain it is in a bad stilte, winter after winter the same re is given for. nothing being done- r funds available This is poor consola- j tion to the farmers who pay their J rates, and^grpect at lealt one good road &lt;m the settlement. ^General sympathy is felt on the settlement for Mr. and Mrs. Elliot and family -at theUoss of little Myrtle, \vl ^ was a swe^ and pleasant child, (\*~ sefvedlv loVed by all who knew her, both young $tnd old.
A COMEDY OF S'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 June 1904
A COMEDY OF S'S. A correspondent sends j the follow* "Itody Sammie Simpson Bought !y"8Sue'8/nSeiy°S?e'ciJied Sammie I Sallie'a Sammie^s sweetheart! Sam-i. mie-s Sallie's slave! Society shaU 1 soon see something startling!" !* Saturday, Sallie sat sewing.steadily. sing Sammie something JJH*! Sallie started, seemingly siuprised iaying: "Sammie Simpson, stop ing such silly stufl. Spoony Mnu rnents sound soft. Say somewan, lensible." , , , .j So Sammie 'straightway Mid 'Sweetest. Sallie, set some turn soon. Sallv serenelv said: "Say Sunday. Samimie,'Simpson safely so-. ed. Sallie SteveM settled. Sam . suited. Society's satisfied. . ;
MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 June 1904
MOE. ^&bout, 200 men engaged on clearing the track in., connection. with:-' httrr-*iac^Wialialla' r^wj^liar^tEe 1 work is progressing satisfactorily. . . Professor Kernot, acting Eugineer in-Chief, paid a flying visit to Moe on Thursday last, and went to the other end of the works beyond Moondarra. We think that the continuation of the works will now be steadily carried ©a without interruption until their com pletion. . Our local police force baa been, strengthened by the arrival of Con stable Bartley, who came from the city yesterday morning. Mr. Bartley was stationed at Sale somi time since. V^A large and representative gathering oS-rerifclents of Moe'and surrounding district! attended the bachelors' ball, held in the local M ecbanics' Institute, on Friday evening last. Dancing, to the music of piano and violin (sup plied by Mr. W. Jones, voluntarily as sisted by Mrs. J. Mulvenna, Miss Jenny Price and Mr J. Peck), com menced at about 8.30. About mid night first-class refre...
The Household, [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 June 1904
The Household, s* S«ito firAuhr'S11'but dS " , f' it in half hori»^t'n n co^ cut agVtpfifiSSe sassSKfis® sasa?sssa hXwise" "pSS^wK.tt 's^SWRfi* S?Si aes4"?? if form twSfi. ff."l loM. 0T?r so as to . »nd bake & /toi ^ b0kmg Cheese cK lS8aVSould b» 5SSfr*B£4i ounS "f T£?f ta a cream wi»h 'our rind of th7 f sugM Md "» grated ture SftJ I lem°M- Put tie mii £ iutaftff fES""1 wi'h «*> ?*££ of \ Ja a,1.T?11 three yolks to SfdleMd St'r tbem W1 lh°7 t»8S som6TILu^»)t(an0'her wart: Bvrtter wi^ p^isgf s- riis ISsSSkSs wist! ifrrys but not to'o large. W» a lauSTut iSh of°Wtheto Sf^t01 S 1 n°h d,s.tance from the outside edS» lv Soore tte outer ed«o neaK eavee ofS46 ^ *?&lt;" ^ i P&ate. Brush over lightly JA6** water, and bake ma t^£j,?veo' ^astl7 tbat is intended to hold meat or. fish may be rathw be served C\p?th^an ^ w"iohto£ SuSSS? r^e'The Ss *2SS& Sfil Spla? the cover, and serve? -Replace Another Short Paste: Mix in a. basm sue ounces of fine flour drfarf K...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 23 June 1904
AUCTION REMINDERS. . . I Mesffrs. Jennings ami Mclnnes' next fortnightly cattle salejK Trafalgar on Saturday, 2nd Juljfcr Messrs. Mathieson and Davis will ( hold their usual montldy sale at Tra-1 falgar on Saturday, 9th July. Messrs. Skews and Patterson's monthly cattle sale at Tarragon on,, Tuesday, - June. Another track of pigs from Trafal gar to Melbourne next Tuesday, con-, signed to Jennings and Mclnnes. Jiessrs. Jennings and Mclnnes (in conjunction with Messrs, McLean and Co.) will offer for sale on Saturday, 25th instl, k compact little farm of 91 acres, with.: dwelling, See., the property being situatV about half a mile from Moe. . : I