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THE ROSE-LEAF ROMANCE [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 3 April 1914

THE ROSE-LEAF ROMANCE (By R. T, Chandler in -The West minster Gazette.") It was one of those rare accom plished lirst novels which ?-eem t<1 tind their publisher and their public as easily as love limls its young ilivaui. It appeared under the auspices of a fine old tlrm, anonymously, though the fashion is out of date, and the world seized upon It at once. "A true rose leaf romance, dolleaic as sea-spray in June, yet glittering and keen as dia mond dust," wrote the wise, austere critics of the reviews who have read all books in all languages. "You sim ply must read it," said tlie feminine population to its friends, and even the great unpublished were not ashamed to be seen reading it. It created something less than a furor*-, perhaps, but far more than a sucees d'estime. It was a book that politi cians were compelled to glance at while dressing for dinner. Reviewers, to be in the mode, had to allude to it; it was a soxmd topic for breaking the ice at dinner parties; one g...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A. M'Lean and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 3 April 1914

A. M'Lean and Co. Tarragon Cattlo Sale, (it their Yar ragon Yards, Saturday. April 11,

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIALISM OPPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 3 April 1914

SOCIALISM OPPOSED Mr Vincent Aslor, "Amenca's rich .'M yniui}? man," publishes a dlsnitied '"..ply to the open letter in which Mr I'ptoit Sim-lair nrg«'il him t«> devutc his many millions to the advancing of llut cause <>j Socialism (says "The Time;;.".) The argument used hy the author of '"'"lie was that there are I ".""".'Hin of ili-siimto people In the '."uiitry to-day, and lhat Socialism pro vides tin- only means of relieving their ,:;dferim;s. To this Mr Vincent Aslor ivt.-rts that In- is "foi tunately" asso ciated with many organisations inter ested in sociological <|ucstions, ami that in his studies lu- hats had the benefit of the experience and advice of the load ing nllleers of tile American Federation '?1 Labor and the chiefs of tHe Hallway .Brotherhoods. He asserts that not one mun entitled *to apuak for the working classes whom he has mot "regards Socialism ns a cure for the ovll.s which wo nil rccognisc and deplore." Mr Vincent Astor bogs Mr ...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Skews, Hunter & Co., [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 3 April 1914

Skews, Hunter & Co., On Monday next, this firm will conduct a big clearing salo at Warra gul South Wc3l, on account of the late James Bradshaw. Valuable draught horse, dairy herd, sheep im plements, furniture, etc, will be nil placed nrder the hammer.

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WIZARD OF MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 3 April 1914

WIZARD OF MENTONE (Hy G. Valentine Williams In " Xhe> Daily Mail.") Kvery morning without fail about S o clock he coiiio.s over from Iiordighora, which lU-s lilco a white, tapering finger Wretched out into tin; sparkling Medi terranean. lie in always a trifle flush ed. I or he comes in a tremendous 1 knowing thai In? has a hard davs before him. I'mil .} o'clock or there abouts he stays in Mentone, revealing with his magic wand a myriad man !<>us beautii's of which before his e<" ing wo had no knowledge; then, w .t delicate blush and slowly, for nc. very tired, lie slips away behind the darkling slopes of cap Martin to -.vest ward. and winter, which his presouce banishes, steals uver Mentone once .Monte (.'arlo, round a eoupie of pro , immtories o tin; west, has its casino and its elegants and enegantcs. .M?c-r;i with its world-famous sin ils theatre with great Parisian artists "'lai:s leurs creations." Hero in Men tone at present we have only one groat ar...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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WARRAGUL HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 3 April 1914

WARRA.GUL HOSPITAL Xlie secretary of tliu Warrngul District HoBpital reports for tho last, month :-I'.itionts admitted. 2i ; Puti'tinta discharycl, 1(1; Deaths, I ; Patiuiits remaining, 24. Medical oflijora for tho premmt month, Dr» Cowen, Ley and lYuinphy. Hon Dontiflt, ftlri1. H. Trood.

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BURGLAR BILL. JEWELLERY ROBBERY AT TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 3 April 1914

BURGLAR BILL. JEWELLERY ROBBERY AT TRAFALGAR. The daily papers continually con tain news of during robberies -which show how lightly the man who works his profession with the aid of a bull's-eye lantern and jem« my treats the ordinary risks of cap tore. To such au easy stage has ho produced his 'means of livelihood" and sol well has lie adapted the ad vantages of modern science to his use, that he has forever pnt the days of adversity and personal ex ertion behind him. No self respec ting member of the '"craft" wonld nowadays allow himself to remain unversed in the uses of gelig nite and nitroglycerine, and should ho be unable to obtain a position at a moment's notice in any of the Government workshops ns an ac complished engineer and fitter he would at once lay himself open to the charge of "being an incompe tent and "waster" by his brethren. Like many of his fellow men he is fully seized with and is by no means slow to appreciate the com forts of city life. Me has a distinct avers...

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COALVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 3 April 1914

COALVILLE Frtnit Our Oini Gurvrsjinndi'iil The residents of Coalville are moving in the dircciion of reviving the coal industry here. With this end in view an enthusiastic meeting was held in the local hall on Satur day evening last. The thai, man, Mr C. David, in congratulating the residents on realising the advisability of handling this important matter, felt .suregoo.l 'results would follow, pioviding the coal resources were properly made known. In reviewing the past, he stated that the coal miners had played an important part in the development of the Shire ol Narracan. Coalville coal needed no apology, the quality being sec ond to none in this State, and we find tint at Onttrim and Jumbunna the foal seams are being worked, which have a thickness cf only fif teen inches, while the hewing rate is as low as 3^1 6d per ton. Here at Coalville the seams are from six teen inches to two feet six, but aver age; twenty inches. In the old days when the miners were malting big money and th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 3 April 1914

"J.AXETTES" Vt|>cr\ciit ChocoJatc Squares. Saft -El'luclivo-Delicious. Wise mothers will discard nauseous cAStor oil. All chemists and storekeepers, Xj- and 2/6; or rk>wen & Co., Swanston-st., .Melbourne. Send far free sample. f .HO; ' ?,U|*|J»qui2io ; "LAXET1ES" Aperient Chocolate Squares. Effective as castor oil. Pleasant as a chocolate cream. All chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and t/*i: or Bowen & Co., Swanston St., Mel* hoocne. Sond for free sample. LIQUID FACE P0WDE11 in these days of out-door life-motoring golfing, bontaig. ctc.,-a reliable and harm loss liquid facc powder is ouo of tho ncco9sitics of hfo. SOROSES Liquid Faco Powder is found by experts to bo u per fectly invaluable preparation and n de cided improvement on the old-fashioned dry powder. Besides improving the ap pearance it nets iw a shield to the delicato sldn of the faci* ngtuusf. hot winds, dust smuts and other extraneous mutter Price lis 9d. Ohtainuhlo at ?T. It. M'LKAN'S. Stationers, I...

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EARLY LONDON MOTORS STEAM-DRIVEN 'BUSES [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 April 1914

EARLY LONDON MOTORS STEAM-DllIVEX 'BUSKS The motor (saya "Tho Daily Tele* graph" of January 15) hue Invaded many fields In triumph, but there is one extensive territory which so far it lias failed to occupy. The home still trots merrily between the shrifts of the tradesman's light van. Mr D. T. Smith, who, in a paper bo fore the Association of Enginecrs-iii Charge, at the St. Bride Institute, Fleet street, on "Commercial Motor Vehlclest" last night, considered the position with regard to those, stated thero was at present no vehicle of which ho wtts aware that was a satisfactory substi tute for the tradesman's light van. When it was discovered, he added, Its sales would bo phenomenal. It was useless to offer the average tradesman who ran a horse and van a motor ve hicle at £350, to carry an equal load he could not, In most eases, afford the money. For other reasons, it was not satisfactory to offer him a chassis, s which was really designed for private work. On the development of th...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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ONE TOUCH OF NATURE [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 April 1914

ONE TOUCH OF NATURE A small boy about live years old, clinging to the hand of a burly police man ami crying now and then. "I want my mummy," excited a good deal of sympathy in the crowded main street of a south London suburb (says "Tho Dally Mail.") " 'IC's lost, or somcthlnk, poro kid/' said a hawker, giving the urchin a con solation banana, which tho pollccman, observing it with surprise a moment later, transferred to his own pocket. A woman who confided to the banana sel ler that she had four children of her own, bought a dozen bananas she did not want as a mark of her approval o£ the hawker's kindly action. A city clerk out shopping with his wife and boy seized the opportunity to point out to his offspring what happened to naughty boys: and a mother, more en lightened, told her little girl what good friends the policemen were to little boys and girls who got lost. A street-corner orator saw the couple pass the fringe of his audience and Im mediately began a parable of tho lost c...

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CITIZEN SOLDIERS AMERICAN PROPOSAL [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 April 1914

[ CITIZEN SOLDIERS ] AMERICAN PIlOrOBAI, Undlcy M. Garrison, becrctary /nr. hi his annual report made public to-day (ku.vm the "Christian Science Monitor," December 11) declares hhn <elf to be In favor of a national mili ary policy whereby every man in the I'nitcd Stales would have enough mill y training 'to make him a reason v good .soldier in time of need. He nds for the establishment of a mlli y reserve l'oree of men in all walks of life. Hi* purpose is not to inviu var. but to prevent it. he says. Another feature of his report is his dated belief that the present method >f promotion in the army does not pro duce maximum eilk-ieney. lie would like to sec some limited plan of selec tion in effect, although lie makes no specific recommendations on this sub ject. 'I hroughout his report the secretary makes rclercnce to the good work ac complished by the army. He calls the standard high. and says he is proud o the service. His report is in part as Jollows: - The more in...

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INDIA AND CEYLON ADAM'S BRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 April 1914

I:;DIA AND CEYLON ADAM'S HitllXiB ll.'.y a Correspondent In "The Dally Telegraph.") M ,i,.. in'iii tii'S (it the world . .j,)ne between India and CCi\ » nit i,n.;11)\vhilc the ends of tnc fltL! r iiW will dip «V)\vn witVrin steht , .; "h o?h"r. "ml K.rry boats -ill Plo.mh I i-ii-Uwardx and forwards, and l'« I mlserv and sea-sickness of the longsen iiurm-v between Colombo ami i«» -ill Will be :i thing ',r,t,u\.iVT,,: fm" KeliruMrv 21 Hie two -Mids will "l- tmf malty opened by the Uovtvmwa »t Madias ami Ceylon. . Kxeopt in the very centre of tilt strait. where the larger e.msl 1W sli l'« ...in-but verv rarely do-K". no "real engineering dtmculUes. The nlei-H move "it from stepping-stone t« stepping-stone, snv^r. seaweed-grown throws of dark rocks for the most, part, cN'jii' 1 >ni ottlv Jtist clear-ot the .ligh est tide. Hut'it would make little dif ference to modern engineering it noth ing appeared above the surface at uU, so shallow Is the strait. It was an odd experience to BO &a...

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AN "INIQUITOUS CHARGE" [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 April 1914

AX "INIQUITOUS CJIAHGK" It was Btiitnd ut the Tottenham Po l-eo Cu}'n yesterday (s;iyn "The Dally News,' January i!3), when a man was summoned for not paying the district rate, that tho cost of the .summons wan .1 . ' Green ('>no of tho justices) km id it was an iniquitous charge. The t'lorU said the costs were imposed ac cording to a scale fixed by the Middle sex County Council. Mr (.ireen (who V*ho ^ member of the County Coun cil) said he did not care who was re sponsible, the charge is iniquitous. Ninety per cent, of those summoned for rates were poor people. In Chelsea. Kensington, and a number of other places the cost was only 1/. Tho Court refused to order the defendant to pay

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WHITEHALL HOAX [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 April 1914

WHITEHALL HOAX IN-tween the hours of noon and throo «»n Jamwry 1, Whin-hull and iho neigh boring streets witnessed a rush for candles such as not been known within , the memory of mortal man. Banks, shops, dubs, institutions great «llul I small, cried, in iho words of the dying (tcH'lhe, for "Light, more light." And all In vain. The cause of this unprecedented de mand (says "The Daily Mall") was a short, thick-set, clean-shaven man-a "respectable-looking man although weaving a brown overcoat," as one wit ness described him. Such was his ex terior. but beneath the surface lurked the spirit of Theodore Hook, .England's greatest practical joker. From no«"m till three this mail made a careful pilgrimage down Whitehall and round about. Gravely and blandly he explained at all his houses of call that he represented the electric light ing company, ami tlr.\t the company re gretted to inform them that between thejmurs of three and six the electric light supply would unfortunately not be avai...

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Gippsland and Northern Cooperative Selling Co., Ltd. FARMERS' CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 April 1914

Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Co., Ltd. F.-UiMIiUS' CO-OPERATION The Gippsland arid Northern Co operative Selling Company Ltd ,. is taking steps to enlarge its capital and to extend the scope of it4 busi ness by entering upon -fire, live stock, and workmen's compensation insurance. Owing to the rapid growth of the grain'' department it has been found necessary to great y increase the company's capital, and a meeting of shareholders is to be held on May ist, for the purpcse of in creasing the authorised capital from £30,000 to 250,000, Nearly all the. present authorised number of shares have been taken up and there will be » considerable amount to be dis tributed in bonus shares at the end of this year. It is thus necessary to have additional authorised capital in order to make additional issues of the shares, and the directors have decided to make the increase fairly substantial, as they consider that the extra amount will be required with in the next tew years For som...

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WORKER FOR LABOR ADVOCATE OF ARRITRATION [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 April 1914

- WORKER FOR LABOR ADVOCATE OP AUKI'IMIATIUN H is unusual lo liml a ni;ui within a little of his eightieth birthday whose 11 Co lias boon one of labor intent upon new plans by which In- may hi' bur den^d with duties lo take the plaee of larger affairs that lui is now hardly strong enough to carry uays "Tin* Pally News and header" of .Jainiary M), That was the task a "Paily News" visitor found .Mr Robert Applenarth, the veteran reformer, trade unionist, and educationist engaged upon yesterday. "Hob" Applegarth will never retire from the trade union movement. Par ing the last doek strike this little, frail man was looking after the wounded He was asked by a famous leader to speak on Tower Hill on one occasion, and went there to do so. I'm the memory of the stricken hack streets overwhelmed him, and lie could not speak. Such is his sympathy. IN T11K FOREFRONT Iiobert ' Applegarth is one of the greatest figures in the history of trade unionism and of the working class movement. He has b...

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The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XX. Suspense. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 April 1914

,,, The Great Montamorj .: ' Case. By ALICE M. DIEHL, Authoress of "Tlio Knavo of Hciirts,' CHAPTER XX. Suspense. i/ « woman, finely developed, 111 black, stood to tho left of the fnn?r.' ? BllZed at llCr 1,1 miltl »B tonishmcnt. Netta stared at her, won dering rather than alarmed. Lu°d . Montamor s great eyes Hushed scorn. ,,h° i1'8'1, at OIICo reeogniacd Gwenio ln ' >p ""aeonily interrupter who 1 had suddenly stepped out of the I shadow east by a stone pillar. And I ltobort drew hiniaelf up and looked at tho spot In tho veil where the eyes of the intcrmeddler should 'n* riL,,T3. 0' h,"L u" expression of wnl 118 ' "s of deterinliiation was expressed by every feature of .liw°mi ? ,C0- 110 rcc°snlaed Gwen dolen-but also recognised that she bad no right to intorrnpt his wedding her so doing was, In his opinion, on ml i iaC\ t!lat she had bun; ed him down, probably by detectives in nor pay. ninfnif'iv'V, 'llS nrSt 1,lsU,lct to i ?, Attor tlmt, the do luee, ho thought, as, turning to...

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COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 April 1914

I COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT Professor M. Bonn, of Munich Uni versity, read an interesting paper to the Koyal Colonial Institute last night on "German Colonial Policy." Viscount Milner presided (says "The Pally Tele graph" of January H), and in tho course of a short speech compared the . relative positions of Germany and ISns I land in relation to Colonial policy, and pointed out how their common interests might he advanced. Professor Ponn said that Germany ruled a Colonial Kmpire live times as big as the Patherland, with about 14 million natives. She ruled them not alwavs verv wisely and not yet very effectively everywhere; but she ruled them without very great efforts. She had of course, wasted money occasion ally. She had h;nl an extremely costly war in South-West Africa on which about .C20.000.000 was spent. Thcro had been native risings and extremely silly Kuropean settlement schemes, but everything taken together (war costs, loans, etc.) the total expenditure for tho last 12 -years ...

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CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 April 1914

CHAPTER XXI. I Porhaps It WBB well for Notta that 1 tho old lady, so soverely tried of late, | collapsed as aho was Intending to on-1 tor tho liouso, full of resolve to "see tho disappointed young brido whose wedding had been bo roughly Inter rupted by her relative, Gwendolen Halldare, through." Netta, forgetting herself and the crisis In her life, summoned the ser vants and tho confectioner'B man to lior rescue-herself aBBlstlng to carry Lady Montamor to her bedroom and undressing her with tenderest solici tude while Annlo ruBhed for the doc tor. "Oh mom! That there gijlsy-'ere are 'er words hout! If It ain't haw- j ful! 'la lordship called away sud dlnt, 'er ladyship took ill no weddln' . breakfls, no nutbink! It are tho ca tafalque that there 'ussy ses as would 'appen at tho wedding, and no rais tako!" "Will you ploaBO got a hot bottle nt once, cook?" peromptorily asked Net ta.. She wbb chafing Lady Monta mor's seomlngly lifeless feet. "And got a lump of ice ready it may be wante...

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