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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
S0UGSE3 HAIR TONIC ? This prep u':itinn i* imyurpitjsoil us u him* food ami (laiiiUulV pu'VDiUfitivc, A little sprinkled on tho huad night and morning and gently massaged into tho ecftlp, renders baldness impossible. Obtain fibto at X, It. MoLean Stationers, &c., Trafalgar SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to ap poarbeonMfnl should use "Soroses" I (or the skin, it being unsurpassed for ! preserving (lie complexion. So roses Skin food is refreshing, soften ing, cleansing and beautifying makes all blemishes such as pim-" plea, freckles, wrinkles, sunburn and Hullowness disappear like mag c 'Price 2/0 por jar. Obtainablo at T. H. -Al1 Lean's, Stationer?, Ac. Trafalgar. Mr I'\ It. Macartney, Recorded by the Dental Board of Victoria, will visit'Moe on the first and third Fri day in each month, and Yarrngon on tlio second and lourth Tuesday LIQUID FACE POWDElt in these diys of out-door life-motoring golfing, boating, etc.,-a reliable aiui harmless liquid face powder is one...
INJURY DONE BY WEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
INJURY DONE BY WEEDS. In tho treatment ot -weeds, it is em phatically a case of "a stitch in time Eaves nine." They should be preven ted from seeding, whenever possiblo, and when buying ueedB for sowing, get them pure, so as lo 'be certain that you are not sowing wild seeds. Weeds often grow more vigorously than useful plants, and, as a conse quence, they shade or crowd, or par daily choke the seedlings of the de sired crop. Weeds, naturally, moke use of the tamo food as the cultivated plants among which they grow. Consequent ly, they deprive a crop of a large am ount of nourishment; and they rob the succceding crop as "well. Oil arable soil, weeds are trespassers that should bo prosecuted with the utmost rigor of the law. Weeds having large leaf sur face draw from the soil and give off through the leaveB a large amount of water, and thereby rob the surround ing plants. Many 'botanists consider this 'waste of moisture the moBt ser iouB injury done by the weeds. .
FARM AND DAIRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
FARM AND DAIRY NOTES. The legumes-lucerne, clover, cow Iioua, lleiu peas, Buy beans, otc.-may uu used lor Biiane, but are not as au Hirubio uu com uud tlie sorghums, niuy servo uu oxceiiunt purpouo wuen IUIXUU Willi rnuize or sorghums, uuure tUuro is uu abundance ui otuor ciops lor iho uiio liiu legumes uro Deal uaed us liay. Tho best maize suugo, youuvl lor pound, is made lrorn luauo mui will uiaturu a good crop 01 ourB. iuiuiuiuro mod ol uuy kimi is not as good as mature feud. Aiuk is u perlecl medium lor bac teria development, but Imuiudiulu cooling uiiu uiuiulouunuo ol u low luuipurature will prevent the growili ol uuciuna iu suuu uuuiburs uu will injure us keeping uualiueu uud Uliioss lor use. AS a preventative for ticks tlio "Breeders' Uazuue" recomuiuuds ti large spoonlui 01 sulphur, added to a ntue more man a puit of suit, and luorouguly mixed. Tlio sheep may uol Uiio it ut lust, but soon cuuie 10 eal 11, uiia begin lo snow situs ol im provement. i' or pigs affected witu uue...
YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
YARRALGON. At a mooting of the friends of Mr. C. 0. O'LougbliiiJ on Wednesday evening, it was decided to entertain him at a farewell social and smoke night in honour of his promotion to the management of the Swan Hill branch of the Bank of Victoria. Tha function will be held at Stirrett'a Commercial Hotel on Thursday even ing, 22nd iust. Mr. O'Loughlin's wide popularity will ensure a largo gathering at the social, A fire broke out on Wednesday witbir. half a mile ofj the Township, and but for the gallant and well or dered efforts of Constable \\ ilson and sone thirty local residonts .'he premises of Mr, H. ttunsforj wonld almost certainly bate Ivpii d.vstroyoJ A party comprising thirteen fishing enthusiasts spent a weok find at the Tarwin recently aud rnado a catch of 160. Another parry's haul aggregated oneewt.
TAXING BACHELORS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
TAXING" BACHELOR^. In Memphis, Term., bachelors are taxed to maintain a Bummer house for sick babies and their mothers. The amount ot the tax is determined by the "income, eligibility, and general uttractiveness ot said bachelor, due deductions being made tor overweight, baldness, loss ot one eye, and general disposition." The usual tax assessed is ftve dollare, which is collected in the lollowing manner. The law provides that "no unmarried male arrived at the age of twenty-one years shail be allowed on the streets of Memphia al ter 9 o'clock p.m., or to court, visit, or accompany an unmarried woman to any place of amusement," unless he has paid the tax. tie must present a bachelor's licence on demand ot any unmarried woman, married man, or police officer. If ho can't or won't, ho Is liable to a line of twenty-live to fifty dollars. A number resisted payment and were brought before the police magistrate and fined double the amount of the tax. Now everybody Is paying cheerfully. fife...
THORPDALE [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
THORPDALE Mr. Nugent, who has occupied tiio posi;ion ofGnnuT oil Oi® |>e'-iri.in«nt way beny/sii riiorpitalu and Moo during; the past fuur.unu years IiaB been promoted (o the charge oi a Suburban section- Mr Nugont iud family were very vopular dar ing their lenptfcy residence in tho district. Mr Konihan who has been in charge of the Ivilmunty section will succeed Mr Nngenf. * The Wilmott Picture Coy, will appear at the. Mechanics' Ha'll Tra. falgar on Thursday next Jan 29th when patrons may rely oil gett ing something unique and special in the filmy way. The Coy will show at Thorpdale on Saturday 24th inst.
III. The Laurels, Albury Avenue, Chiswick, June 10, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
III. The Laurels, Albury Avenue, ChiBWick, June 10, 1911. Dear Mark,-I am writng to renew &lt; ur engagement and to say I'm sorry tor Lilt- auituue 1 adopted towards you yesterday; but I mink you'll agree witn me that it was ouly natural in iue supposed circumstances. 1 know now who the culprit is, and i leel shamed to the earth. To think that a brother ot mine should have degraded me so, and brought unjust suspicion on you! 1 can never forgive iniu, and have told him so. It was sood ot you to act on his behuu and make things right with liart and L,eu, out it was rnoro than ho de serves. i leel very bitter towards him tor the sutiering he has caused me. You will come as usual to-morrow, won't you'/ X shall bo waiting. Yours, as ever, HJSLiEN. Mark Tempest, in the solltitude of Ills iodglngB, read Helen's letter tnrough once, twice, three times, and at lae third perusal flung it Impa tiently aside and tell into troubled thought Why did the letter not thrill him as a love-lett...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
CRICKET. Thorpdale ami Trafalgar played a ^ er3 exciting match on the latter'g ground on Saturday lust, the issue be ing in doubt right up to the fiili 01 the law wifkcit, when Thorpdale requiring 18 run^ to win ^01 to *vithiu four runs of victory amid much excited ..barrack lug" from the spectators. Trafalgar .cored 1U7. iowardB which total Dr Marsien contributed .'JB by beautifully timed cricket. Qoeney !i5, Allen 19 and J. Erringtcu li; uisa showed good form with the bat, T Snowball (wi°h 6 T 2}> big stumbling to tho rost of Irafalgar a eleven. II Powell, 3 . .... mnauny 10 Keep tiio visitors' seorc within reasonable bounds. I Baekbouso batted patiently for JO, but I CaHtinun (20) and Sibley (20) treated Tra* falgar's Irundler's with marked disre spect, the latter scoring 17 runs frond one over. The most meritorious per formance. However. was supplied by C. Snowball (17), who was last man out. to a splendid catch in the outfield, T. Snowball (16) also got into double lig urcg....
II. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
II. Barbara watcheu the tall, athletic iibme ui iuarn xuilipetit until U beUU II LUC luaU I11U mm ll'OUl bl^UL, anu iui-u lumcu BHuuy on iiL*r uiuuier. "it Wilb yuu WUO BUIIU tuuou notes," suu Hliia, lit a. low, accusing voice. iou put UleUl lil iUal'K leinpesl s mat-uuu t attempt to utiiiy it, you lucaii, cuuieiiipuuie cowaru, you!" me juuuu uiiui 6 M wiuieued. "r or rieavens bd&e, Buruuara, uon't loon at me iiKu mat. 1 was wad with misery. 1-1 " "i suppose you've been losing at carus again'.'" sue went on, reient icosiy. no gave a weary geature o£ assent, .mil tne guTu lip curled. "1 meant to put it back," he crleil, uesperateiy. "ui course!" with biting sarcasm; they all say that." "Don't ruu it in, Baba," he implor ed. "1 swear 1 never tnought It would come to luia. I thougnt the luck would turn. 11 old .Lea nadn't turned up so unexpectedly 1 should have uueii sale lor tnree weeks, and that would nave given me time." The girl eyed him scorntully. "Why didn't you lace the...
Levey's Hot Weather Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
Levey's Hot Weather Sale. Though you way travel 'far ami ,vjdo In cities groat nud small roside* You'll never find a blcsBod store Whoio bargains crap up more ami moro The atooks aro plenteous andT^"1^ 9 And bargains spring from ovory lino. Don t miss this opportunity, But oomo on Saturday and soo Two w«eka' sale contains. ^'ovoi 9 You'll save your quidlcts for your pains Aud furthermore you may bo sure Your every want you may proeuro The salo will last for jusuto"weeks Delight well fill the one who soelts The rhino saving bargains there' So on* and all aitond this Fair Layer's
BARBARA. I. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
BARBARA. L Mark Tempest looked round ths pjrtai^X nuwwi-ueojittii room# aud thBU iti utti poitii piouu win) oi a woman Wliu jiiuuu ai tui upon 1' ruuoli winuow . Kaziuf LULU law sunut garden beyond. a soubtt oi unreality WUB oil him. TUB once lamiinir room seemed su'Aiigo and coiu, as tnough merged Uito uie euwuuua aiitl leeiings and peisouaiity ol w woman, wno had juat uomttuuta ireeaow irom her en gagtuusiii. "luu cannot mean it, Heleo. It la 801116 mucous uuttlattQ. " And Mark loosen wiui pain-uned eyea at the levBiy pi»oie. Helen ouurton turned coldly ana lytical o.vta upon liirn. "1 uo worn it," with cruel emphasis. "I canuot marry a-a " "A tmui," lie coucluded, bitterly. "No, 1 nuppose not. But 1 certainly gave you, ot all people in the world, , credit lor believing in nse. 1 see 1 Mil BHBValtPll." A transient look, half pain, hall . ajinoyai"-=, passed over the beautiful ltaturr.8. "1 nave not yet said that I believe you guilty, out"-with a trace ol lrrl tuuon-"cannot you see...
THE VIXEN. (By Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., Melbourne.) (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XLIV. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
THE VIXEN. By LEWIN FITZHAMON. ,&lt;By Arrangement with Ward, and Co., Melbourne.) (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XLIV. Lady P6ttlgew stood in tho wltnoss box. All traco of tears had eons; ' one - might almost say. all traco ol woman, loo. It was tho littlo vixen, Folly Hemmingo who stood thore, with louged CIiccks and blackened lashes. That make-up lwd a significance; It was a clialli.-i!gc to tho world. Lady l'ottigow hud fallen from hor high cs tato. As tflliaione had BtrlppeU all the airs and prtttnceB from oft tho Countoss, sank lower and low er In misery and r.umiliiiUon until Bhe touched tho bottom.' Then came re action There wai) no longor any need ot pretence, of airs, of graces, so Folly Ik'niininps cast them grimly aside, at.d asiuiuea tho fighting spirit of old Joe llemmings in their place. . Thereforo, was, she made up to hide' the ravages of the night's strug gle, but she was oBtentatioualy made up as a challenge to all her line friends who crowded back to Cour...
SWAMP MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
SWAMP MATTERS. At a meeting of the State Cabinet on Monday, consideration was given to the scheme of the Water Commis sion in connection with the comple tion ot the drainage schema on the Koo-wee-rup Swamp, The Commis sioners estimated the cost at £55,000. The Ministry stated its willingness to provide the necessary money to undertake permanent improvement and win agreeable for the work to be started us early as possible. An important meeting of settlors interested in the completiou of the Moe Swamp drainage scheme, will bo held in the Mechanics' Institute. Tra falgar, to-morr»iv afternoon. Consi deration will be given to the propo sal to place the drainage area under the commission and all tho3e interes ted are requested to attend,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
ORIENT HOTEL"] WARRAGUL. -»&lt;8*8x8>«$*> UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT MISS SALTS MISS BAIRD TELEPHONE : 43 Warrogul. Oddfellows' Excursion. 32AFAGAR & THORPDALE TO LAKES' ENTRANCE Wed. Feb. 18, 1914 S S. "GIPPSLAND" chartered for the trip. Fall Particulars Later. Fred Halden, Sec. Excursion Committee. Theo. B. Little & CO. AUCTIONEERS AND VALUATORS STOCK AND STATION AGENTS GOVERNMENT LAND SALESMEN Traralgon, Sale & Melbourne Morwell. Mirboo East, Stratforci, Boolnrra, Traralgon, UriaRolong, Yinnnr, Fteyiinld. Lonsford, Mirboo North, Maffra, Yarram Associated with Theo. B. Little & Go. Melbourne; mul O'Connor. Little.t Field Yarnuu. J. HULLEY Agent at Trafalgar JVurs^ Shield? ] (Reg.) Proprietor Kteij*lita Private Hospital, Salo ANNOUNCES that her Private . Hospital at " BRYN ESTYN," YARRAGON, will bo available for the I reception of patients, on and after Jan j uar.v 1st. 1914. Amateur photography promises to become very popular this summer. No...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
A CART;, A CARP E, R. WARREN, Commissioner of the Supreme Court fol J-S omincnccd ;li ? practice of his * * fessiun at , visiting ' YAItl!AOON nil FRIDAY MOE on T l'ICS DAY nnil Thorpdule when required. . TSCOME TAX SCHEDULES MADE Ur Mclb .amc Agents GAVAN. DUFFY &. KIN'G (A OAT) Mr Hubert Kelly, M.A.; L.L.II. Barrister am/ Solicitur, Proctor «t- Cmweyanccv HAS commenced the practice of his Profession in 510K and visits the Surrounding Courts when required. N.B,-Income The Returns compiled. Loans Negotiated and other Agenc Work EfT-ctcd. A CARD. A CARD DENTISTRY. FRED H. MACARTNEY, Recorded by the DKNTAL Hoard of Victoria MAY be consulted at hi? Surgery ^CoriiiiHont'-St,: TRAFALGAR ?.' where the b»Mudwro cati be obtained,* Bud all appliances up-to-Jntc. The Anesthetic ttsodhas been certified o by Dr Mollison, etiolo^ist. Mcl« ourne liospital, MOti visited first and third Vriday in each month. TARRAGON visited Second and Fourth Tuesday in- each month. Private address: ''Eurek...
SENSATIONAL SHUNTING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
SENSATIONAL SHUNTING ACCIDENT. Assistant Guard Leslie must have been born under a lucky star, as while attempting to apply the break on a truck in the Tra falgar railway yard 011 Tuesday morning, he was rolled along be tween tlie truck and the platform for some distance. He was lying across the rails powerless to move, when Prank Coombes put in a pro vidential appearance and lifted liim clear of the truck 011 its return journey. Leslie, who is a brother of Mr W. Leslie, of Trafalgar, is making satisfactory progress under Dr Marsden's care, and is being treated for two broken ribs and a number of minor bruises.
The Times. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23rd [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
&lt;^iut &lt;#. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23rd Unavoidably held over, Thorpdale Childers, and other district news. On Saturday Feb, 7th Messrs J.K.Jenn ings and Mclqjies will sell on account of Mr A,V.stocks, his fine farm consisting of 115 acres, and which is n well watered and very dcsirnblo property. The same day, the firm will offer on behalf of Mr C. Stoner, his fine roomy hou6o und land, in the Township of Trafalgar. AIbo on the samo date, the firm will sell thn choice farm "Kin Ora" situated one and a half miles from Thorpdale Railway .Stn. For full particulars relating to those important sales see Advs, this issue. Since the introduction of a bye law enfotcing cyclists and drivers of vehicles to carry lights after sun set, the local custodian has issued several warnings, Tardiness to re spect the law must inevitably result ir. prosecution, The plea that no lamps are available will not be en tertained, as Mr G. Brown, one of our popu'ar taadesmon ; has on hand a larso a...
WANDERING CATTLE NUISANCE (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
WAND EH I NO CATL'I.K NUISANCE (To the Editor) Dear Sir,-I would like to ask the Council through your columns, whether the herdsman is appointed purely as u nmocuro,or if not.whother it wouldn't pay the ratepayers if they annulled the ap pointment and allowed the roads to be used by all and sundry without any re strictions, They are being overrun by horses in all directions, a species of stoclt specially prohibited from being on the roads, cutting up footpaths and becom ing, a goneral nuisance, without the least restriction. If the ratepayers want any. thing done to the footpaths in the way of mainentanee, they aro told there 'are 110 funds available, when if the herdsman did his duty there would be feos enough collected from, this one source to do nil the repairs necessary, I would like to see some of t'>e councillors have tho backbone to have this matter ventilated at a coming meeting without having to be prodded through your columns. Yours Etc., OBSERVER.
COWS HARD TO MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 23 January 1914
COWS HARD TO MILK. Thero are two methods ot treating mo uuia-iiuiuiug cow. oue is to use teat piuys or dusters. They are merely piugs mauu BO that tiiey may ue liitjorieu 1U tue .enu ol tue teat, wneiu tiiuy remain between uuuung penuus. i tiu reason a cow miins Ultra is because Lac sphincter musuie, Biutii contracts tno euu 01 too teat, is rigid. 1110 teat piuya remaining ill tue teat between lnilmng uours nave a tendency gradually to distend aud ulliuo tuis niuacie la such a way tuut llio cow eventually becomes easy to milk.' 'llio second method is to cut the teats, iiiim weaKcuiug the spnincter muscle This is accomplished by a mui-splitter, an mstrumeut cnat la la sorteu into tlie teut. By pressing tho end, small knives are pressed out in such a way that when tlia leat-split ter is withdrawn tho muscle is Bever eu. Tlioro is really no reason why one sliouid utilise his time with hard mutters when by use of these inex pensive instruments they may bo ren dered easy inuners. Line pr...