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ALLAMBEE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
ALLAMBEE EAST. ihe three months tna! man service from | Mirboo Nortli to Chesterfield's ended last week, and a meeting was held of those in terested to consider its continuance. Infor mation had been received from the Postal De- ! partment to the effect thai the service was not sufficiently remunerative to warrant the mail being run wholly at the expense of the De-; partment, and asking the residents to pay half the cost. The record showed the number of letters outgoing to be 570 fcr two months, and 1)00 incoming for the same period. Those j present thought it was an extraordinary atti-| tude for the Department to adopt towards the service, and decided before giving a definite replv to the proposal to write to Mr Gibb, M H.R., and see what he could do for them. The proposal was further considered, and those present, numbering 14 in all, decided, if necessary, to pay £1 por year towards its maintenance A number ef prominent gentlemen were not present, but it is believed that they wil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
hv8tsB& Norwes. federal Coffee Palace, \ . TRAFALOAK. M|IS. LAWLE8S, PEOPB OBSESS, S to intimate to, the residents of Tra falgar and district, that aha--conducts ^COFFEE PALACE, sad hopes by attention tt> Ufiainess to receive a fair of patronage. 'able. All Meals One Shilling. ;t-Clas8 Accommodation for Boarders. JTote th^ Address-' NEXT CRITERION HOTEL. TRAFALGAR j&OA.J3.DZJSr& HOUSE. MRS. MA9?liERS0N . RES toigform the General Public IfiotliorBSbrding House at Trafalgar been thoroughly renovated and Greatly Enlarged. The spacious Dining Room is now capable of accommodating 50 PERSONS AT A SITTING. Hie Premises have been further improved by the addition of SEVERAL NEW BEDROOMS, Each beats I^rge, Thoroughly Ventilated aoiwell Lighted. MEALS (la.) AT ALL HOURS. ' Good Aocommodstkm f«r Boarders. Gbaigee Trafalgar House. (Qjgsoake &lt;ihe Railwny Station). to announoe t ro THE PUBLIC. ] .T-eniw Moderate"."1 > GOOD ACgoAKDlfcfTION F0R Letter* ,n»d T...
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT, MARCH 20, 1904. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEIT, MABCII 20, 1904. Rev. VV. Seamer; 7.30 p.m., Rev. Fielding. Trafalgar South, 3 p.m., Mr. Giblett. Thorp dak. 7.30 p.m., Rev. W. Seniner (harvest tlianksgiving sorvioe). « hilders, 3 p.m., Rev. Fielding Kormoan, 3 p.m., Rev. \V. Seamer (harvest thanksgiving sen-ice). Narracan East, U a.m., Rev. fieldiug. Moc, 7. 30
CHRISTENDOM ASTRAY, OR POPULAR THEOLOGY, AND The True Nature of the Apostolic Faith. EIGHTEEN LECTURES. LECTURE III. The Dead Unconscious till the Resur rection, arid Consequent Error of Popular Belief in Heaven and Hell. Synopsis: [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
CHRISTENDOM ASTRAY, POPULAR THEOLOGY, AIJD The True Nature of the Apostolic Fai Lh. EIGHTEEN LECTURES. LECTURE III. The Dead Unconscious till the Resur rection, arid Consequent Error of Popular Belief in Heaven and Hell. Synopsis: Error leads to error. Death. Uni ~ versa]. Inconsistency of survivors. Nature of Death. Deprivatior of ex istence. Life, total of functional ac tivity. Nonexistance once a'fact. In death, once again a fact. Slate of the dead, as depicted in the scriptures. Modern sentiment contrasted. Nature of scripture testimony. Resurrection a necessity. Scripture statements used -sinterrogatively. Supposed New Testa .rcnent. proof of the popular doctrine, v Viz. the thief on the Cross. The rich fnianf and Lazarus. The great multi tudp that no man can number, seen by JoJjn in Patmos. Stephen's dying prater. " Absent from the body." "-desire to depart and be with Christ." H^No peace to the wicked." Moses aod Elias on the Mount of Transfigu ration. " God is not the God of...
MAKING THE BEST OF ONE ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
[AKING THE BEST OF ONE ANOTHER. We may, if we choose, make the worst of one another. Every one lias his weak points; every one has his faults: we may make the worst | of these: we may fix our attention i constantly upon theiu. But we may also make tlie be3t of one another. 1 We may forgive, even- as we hope to 1 I be forgiven. We may put ourselves. I in the place of others, and ask what1 I we should wish to be done to us, and I I thought cf its, were we in their place.
DO WHAT YOU CAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
DO WHAT YOU CAN. There's enough for you children to do in the house. To keep you as busy as any old There are errands to rui Little tasks to be done. That will do much to lighten your mother's hard vrork. So. children, don't shirk, But do what you can; You'll be glnd when "you're grown There's enough for you children to do all about. find i tend, _d, do if you just take a start. So, children, be smart, And do what you can; Ycm'U be glad when you're grown There's enough lor you children to do And just ; Yon will i... You can think you have done what is honest and fair. So, children, take care To do what you can; You'll be glad when you're grown And, children, whatever you do, do tell If you hurry it through. Whatever you do, Not caring at all if it's done ill well. So_ whatever you do, X>o the best that you can; You'll be glad when you're grown
Our Young Folk. WISHING AND DOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
Our Young Folk. WISHING AND DOING. It v. warm afternoon, and as * the north bound train drew up ai a ' small station t) be shunted, wit!) the I prospect of ball an hour's wait, | many faces expressed weariness, but } two young girls in the forward car riage appeared to be unconscious of the s\-yL, so earnestly were they talk ing. "You don't understand, Alma." one was saying impatiently; "I have thought over it, and dreamed over it, ever since I was a child. 1 want to give myself up wholly, to show that I have renounced the world, and be come a servant of God and of His poor. I can't see why mamma will not. permit it. With three daughters, she ci.*-!y might- spare one." "But you know you are the eldest, Jo," replied the other gently: "And Axint Alma needs your uelp." "A servant could do all that I do," replied Jo, impatiently, "and I wish you'd stop calling me that ridiculous name-we are not babies any longer." "I am forgetting," apologised Alma. Her cousin drew a small book from her...
The News. (Late Advocate.) PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR, PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904. "JUSTICES' JUSTICE." [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
"gjleros. (Late Advocate.) PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR, PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNIKGS. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904. "JUSTICES' JUSTICE." "THE law's a hass" has become a household phrase, and whoso impugns the statement runs the risk of Deing dubbed a "hass" by the average "man in the street" for his ignorance. Some of the ' great unpaid" down citywards have lately been playing "fantastic tricks" with the law in a manner sufficient to make "all tho world j wonder." And the .truth of the1 opening proverb lies in the fact ^tnat they . have . "acted within their rights." At a suburban court last week an individual "with a re cord" was charged with two offences punishable by terms of imprisonment. His solicitor, not content with pleading for leniency, actually asked the bench to dismiss the cases, oh the extraor dinary grounds that ten months pre viously the. accused had, at the Criminal Court, been sentenced to twelve-months imprisonment, but was liberated on he and his father con jointly becom...
CHAPTER XIV. "THEY CALL YOU MISS WINSLOW; BUT WHO ARE YOU?" [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
CHAPTER XIV. In a few days the engagement of Mr Armour and Beth was formally an nounced, and then the ardent lover j insisted upon an early marriage. | "Just think! I have been wearing l the willow for you for six years," he laughingly remarked, when Beth de murred at such haste; "besides, I am almost., if not quite, uu old bachelor. Let me whisper it, sweetheart-1 am almost thirty years old, and if you don't take me in hand pretty soon, I am afraid you may find it rather difficult training me to your mind." "You are exactly to my mind as you are," Beth responded, with a fond glance and smile. "Thank you; that certainly relieves my mind of the fear of future disci pline, and proves conclusively that there is nothing to wait for," the voung man demurely observed. "Sup . po3e that we set the all-important date for just one month from to-day eh, insdame? You can easily manage the tTousseau in thai time, can you "Yea, indeed; and the rooms that i am having fitted up in view of this arra...
NOTES AND COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
NOTES AND COMMEN xrs.; yiere is again somtalk of steps g takco«ta.$rnh&lt;3 get a policeman flJil' at Trafalgar. We have long contended for this, and will sup port any movement in that direction. Without asking we are never likely to receive, and in matters of this kind it is generally advisable to adopt Glad stone's advice-"Agitate, agitate, agi tate." The public library in connection with the Trafalgar mechanics' institute is to be opened on four nights a week shortly, instead of one night, as at present. The committee also intend making an effort to render the institute more interesting and attractive than it has been hitherto. These alterations, when given effect to, will no doubt , prove acceptable and be appreciated both by subscribers and the public. Our Presbyterian friends in Trafal gar intend holding a Pleasant Sunday Afternoon in the mechanics' institute next Junday, 20th inst., commencing at 3 o'clock. The Yarragon orchestra will be present to render assistance, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
METHODIST CHURCH, TRAFALGAR. ? HA*-VE T THANK-GIVING. fUNDAY, 20m MARCH. Morning, II, Pev. W. > earner; evening, 7.3V, Hev. L. Fielding, Special anthems by the choir. To be followed on Monday night by a Con cert and ale of Gifts in Trafalgar HalL AUCTION NOTICES. J. K. JENNINGS and McINNES, SHEEP & CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK AOT STATION AGENTS. 411 BOURKE STREET (OPPOSITE KIRK'S BAZAAR.) SAI.ES conducted at Newmarket, Tuesday, Slieep; Wednesday, Cattle. " Corporntiou YONFC, Thursday, Piga and Calvea, Friday, Dairy and Stoi* Stock. Sunbury, Third Saturday in each Month. TRAFALGAR - FORTNIGHTLY - SALES. AGENT. TRAFALGAR. TRAFALGAR. SATURDAY, 19ra MARCH, At 12.30 Sharp. JENNINGS and UclNNES will hold their next Cattle Sale at Trafalgar on the above date, when there will be a good yarding of of all descriptions. About 200 Cattle. Melbourne and Northern District buyers will be in attendance. Vendors will please note. NOTE.-All cattle in tlie yards be fore 12 o'clock will be sold i...
CRITERION HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
CRITERION HOTEL. On Wednesday evening, Mr Hicks (Trafalgar) entertained a number of his friends on the re-opening of the new hotel. A very pleasant evening was passed. Dr. Phelps was asked to preside, and Ex-Councillor Battye oc cupied tho vice-chair. The Chairman, in proposing the health of the entertainers (Mr. and Mrs Hicks) took the opportunity of remark ing that many people knew that for some considerable time the hotel was not conducted in that nice way it should have been, but notwithstanding the difficulties that had occurred during the recent alterations there had been a marked improvement, and he hoped that it foreshadowed a better era forth coming. ^Mr and Mrs Hicks had proved themselves to be generous I townspeople of Trafalgar, and speak ing personally Mr Hicks had put him self to no Httfe inconvenience with regard to the interests of the speaker and hi# patientA in Trafalgar. He wished \them every success in their undertaking. Several speakers, iibjutfcng comraer ci^p*...
OBITUARY. MR. E. L. BARROW. DEMISE OF ANOTHER OLD AND RESPECTED PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
OBITUARY. MR. E. L BARROW. DEMISE OF ANQTHEtt OLD ANI> RESPECTED PIONEER. Although Mr. E. L. Barrow, who passetl away recently at his home at Asleford, Darnum, had not been much in evidence for some time, he will be remembered as a familiar figure at the Yarrogon and other of our local courts, which lie attended regularly for many years in hta capacity as a magistrate. The deceased gentleman represented a type now rapidlv disap pearing-the early settlers of the times preceding the gold era. Men, who, iu a new land finding their previous training at a discount, were ready to take a hand at anything, and who turned from one occupation to another with a facility which (surprised and de lighted themselves. The vicissitudes of a career in the colonies had more over in Mr. Barrow's case the further effect of bringing him into contact with those phases of colonial life which are most often put in requisition by the novelist. In his youth Mr. Barrow was attracted by the glamour of the se...
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. The adjourned monthly meeting of the committee was held on Fiiclay even ins last. P esent--Mess s Rolls (pre sident, in the chair), W. Murray, C. Murray, Kelbe-g, Matn, James and Middleton. The mmate* of Itst meeting were rend and confi-med. Several letters of an important charac ter were read, and three or four accounts wer« p&iied for j aym'-nt. Id accordance with previous notice. Mr. Mann moved that ihe resolution ap pointing Mr. Buchanan as s&lt;cret»ry. caretaker and librarian at a salary and commission oa grosi p oceeds b« te seinded.-Seconded by Mr. Murray and carried. Mr. Ketfaerg tben mnred thac (he of fices he separate, >nd th«t applications be invited from pe»8ons.willing to act as secretary (sepa&lt;ate) and caretaker and libjariau (combined), (he applicants to state salary reqiired. -Secood d by Mr Mann and earned. fSomfl altercation h*re took place be tween the secre ary and several members of cemmitt e regarding the man...
OUR DAIRYING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 17 March 1904
OUR DAIRYINC NOTES. Mr. Isaac Barrow, chairiuan of tlio sub-committee of the butter trade, ac companied by Mr. Sydney V. Mcadtiws and Mr. M. J. MeNally, members of the committee, waited on the Premier last Thursday to express their gratifi cation at the announcement that the Government had decided to ap)>oint a Royal commission to investigate the subject of butter freights, and to thank the Ministry for their action. In doing so, they assured Mr. Bent that the appointment of the commis sion met with the approval of the en tire trade, with perhaps a few excep tions, as they felt sure that it would result in a number of evils existing in the export trade being swept away. The members of the sub-committee afterwards visited the Department of Agriculture, in order to place their services at the disposal of tno Minister in connection with the inquiry. An interesting series of experiments in the stall-feeding of dairy cows has been carried out under tlie direction of the Belgian Depart...