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POLITICAL ADDRESS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 March 1914
POLITICAL ADDRESSt BY MR. COTTER, M.L.A. On Saturday night; under the auspices of the Traralgon branch ot the Political Labor Council, Mr. Cotter, M.L.A., delhvered an ad dress on State and Federal po.f tics. There was a fair attendance in the hall. Mr. Bain, president of the local branch, Occupied the chair. He said that the branch, now number ing .00 members, had invited Mr Cotter to Traraigon. They had a credit balance in the bank, and intendedl raising the membership to 300 Iby next election. They would then be able to fight for the party. Mr. Cotter congratulated .the branch pon having made such ex cel eat progress. They would finl orgamnsatlon necessary in the fight that was coming. He was hlm selt a ..pember of 'the Richmon, branch of the P.L.C. Pro:eeding, Mr. .Cotter spoke of the Caucus of the Labor party. He said it was the best and purest form of go vernment. The Libceral party had little to do with forming the policy of Ithe party. Some of the leaders of the party would ...
TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 March 1914
TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11. The roadranger (Mr. M'.Donald) reported that since last meeting he had reglstered 'i4 horses arid '16 head of cattle, and co lected £6 12s in fees. He also reported: I would like to draw your attention to the scarcity of water on the roads at present.- I would suggcst that various watering places be opened in the shire. There are two roads on Rintouhl's Creek, one on iBcnn'ett's Creek, and one at Flynn's' Creek. All these places have splendidl water. A watering place could easily be made at the river near the bluff, at a ery mn ' cost, say, 10s. If these Dlaces were opened up they would serve the public as well as the stock. I have also to report that the travel Img sheep nusance has become very acute duiihgthe.month. One mob were in the town for over a week. I cautioned the owner se veral times, but little notice was taken. Another big sheep owner travels through the shire with his sheep to Roseda.e, and then re turns to the starting poi...
THE COST OF LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 March 1914
THE COST OF LIVING, According to the latest statis tics, and the late enqmuiry by Judge Heydon, in N.S.W., we find it generally expressed that the cost of h?mgng is steadily mounting, and even though wagles might.n rise, the extra money obtained is swallowed up mn extra expense. In these circumstances, it is refreshing to find that you can still obtain drapery at ,omewhere near tlhe " old values," by the simple expedient of doing your shopping at Bond's, the well-known value givers, who are always ready to do their part in reducing for you the cost of living. One address only: BOND'S, Traralgon.*
DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 March 1914
DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. A SIMPLE MEANS OF PRE VENTING FOOD FERMEN TATION. Food fermentation is the cause t all the discomfort and pain all the-dyspeptlcs suffer. It does not necessarily follow, however, that mn order to obtamn relet they must deny themselves the enjoyment of eatming sb-caIled 'indigestible luxu ries. The,most satisfactory me thod of oercommg the difficulty would be to prevent the fermen tatlon from occuring at all, and this can be done by a very simple means. It must first be explamned that'most of the food we eat con t'amns a certain quantity of acid forming elements, and indigestib:e foods, of course, contamin a larger proportion. When these foodsare eaten, the acid collects, irnritates the walls of the stomach, and it causes the food to ferment while digestlng. 'This fermenting food also gives off gas, which distends the stomach, causing that full, un comfortable feei'ng so often noti ced after'eating. The root of the trouble-is the acid fermentation. To succes...
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 March 1914
•TELEPHONE TkiUNI LINE RATES, ' 8 mn. eaobh add, 3 min Morwell ... d ... 2d Glengarry ... 2d ... 2d Toougabbie ... 2d ... 2d Moe .- - ... 3d ... 3d Cowwarr .. 3d ... 3d. Rosedale .... 3d ... 3d Flynn's Creek 3d ... -Sd Trafalgar ... 4d ... 3d .Yarragon .. 6d ;... 5d Sale ... 6d .... 5d Walhalla ... 6d ... Maffra ... 8d ... 6d Heyfield ... 8d ... 6d Newry ... 8d ... 6d Tinamba ... 8d ... 6d Warragul ... 8d ... Id Yarram ... 1/4 ... I/
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 March 1914
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXOHANGE, . i Dr Hagenauer a Dr. McLean 3 Mr. Cballman 4 T, B. Little & Co. 5 Christensen & Bawden 6 G. H. Marsh 7 Layton Bros. 8 •L. Lay 9 W. A. Clark to THE JOURNAL (W. Chappell). LI Whittaker Bros; Ia J. English • ,3 Shire Hall r4 . D. Campbell rf S . Milligatn 4 r6 S. Lees I" 17 Nurse Miller 18 Gippsland Trading Coy, '9 J H. Vivian . S20o Mathieson and Davis 21-P. Dunbar 22 Co operative Store, 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H. Row 25 Serjeant and Bruce 26 A. M'Lean andCo. 27 R. H. Widdis 28 Grand Junction Hotel 29 Railway Station 30 Savings Bank. 31 Butter Factory 32 Police Station. 33 National Bank 34 Pentland and Canfield. 35 C. E. Clarke. 36, H, M. Campbell. 37 " The Record" (J. W. Guest). 38 A. J. Trood. 39 J. W. Grubb. 40 F. Grubb 41. J. Robinson. . 42. A. W. Crowe and Co. 43. W. Christensen and Co. 44. R, Widdis. :: - 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 March 1914
SAuctioneers. A. MoLEAN & CO,; Stock, Station, Land and Financial Agents. TRARALGON. MAFFRA. MORWELL. MELBOURNE Sales conducted under the per sonal supervision of Mr. W. J. M'Lean. ... UNRESERVED ... CLEARING SALE. :ACCOUNT ,W. JENSEN; Esq. YINNAR. FRIDAY, MARCH 20. HORSES,.CATTLE, SHEEP, &c The .property is sold, and every thing must, go to the Highest Bidder. A. 'M'LEAN and CO., and GRE GERSON land CO., auctioneers mn conjunction, have received instruc tions from W. Jensen, Esq., who1 has sold his property, and Is leav- I ing the district, to self on the farm (half a mile from Ymnnar railway station: Trhe whole pf his Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Machinery, and Im plements, etc., comprising: 120 Ayrshire and Jersey cross. Milkers ,2nd and 3rd calf, Salll picked cows; 1 Jersey Bull.. 2 Ayrshire Bulls. . . 20 Heifers and Steers, 3 and 4 . years old. 1 Team of Working Bullocks, Tackling and Waggon. 15 Poddies. 100 ICrossbred Ewes, 6 and 8 tooth, in lamb. 8 Good HORSES, incl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 March 1914
0. BRUNNING & SONS, NURSERYMEN, ! BRIGHTON ROAD, ST. KILDA, VIO. La-GEBT AND BBSL STOOK OF PLANTS IN THE COMMONWIkL'TH Catalogues Poet Vree. Insa lo l ?.itaJ. Tuzprou 128s, 1aIsde: i TO DAIRYMEN, FARMERS; & BREEDERS. CHALLMAN, Chemist, sells the following Veterinary Instruments, etc.:-Lamb Clams, 7s 6d; Cattle Syringes, all sizes; Teat Slitters; for Tough Milkers; Self-retaining Milking Tubes, Is and 2s; Trocae and Canula, 7s 6d and 10s d; iMilk Fever Syringes, 12s 6d; etc., etc.. Veterinary Medicines. Permanganate, in l1b. tins, for washing out dairies, will make 10 cwt. solution. Cripple Salt with Iron (increases the Butter Fat Test from 3.5 to 4.1); sample, 6d, 51bs. is, cwt. 21s. Drenches-Milk Fever, is 6d; Cleansing, is 6d; Red Water, is 6d; Gripe and Colic Drench, 2s 6d; etc. T \\£* . . Is noted for arti t c and up to.date Jon PRINTING, Every desoription o( work under taken, and satisfaction guaranteed. All HIGH-CLASS WORK Bears "The Journpi imprint. Look f, If...
BON VOYAGE. TO MR. AND MRS. J. W. GRUBB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 March 1914
BON VOYAGE. TO MR. AND MRS. J. W. GRUBB. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grubb, of Traralgon, are about to make a trip to Great Britain and the United States. A pleasant little gathering was held at the Methodist church on Friday evening &nbsp; &nbsp; to wish them "bon voyage," and also to hand each of them a little memento and tangible expression of regard. There was a very good gathering, which included repre sentatives of other churches. The Rev. W. H. Scurr presided. In his introductory remarks he said that Mr. and Mrs. Grubb were go ing away to see other lands and other faces, and the purpose of the meeting was to see that the guests did not forget the friends they were leaving behind. Before he came to Traralgon he learned that the Methodist church had reason to be indebted to Mr. and Mrs. Grubb, and he found that such was the case. They could never repay Mr. and Mrs. Grubb. He once knew a man who owed money to a tradesman, but would never own up to it. The Method ists admi...
THE TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 March 1914
THE TOWN BAND. -4--- A meeting of the Town Band committee was held at the Fire brigade Station on Friday even- ing last. There were present : Messrs. J. Morgan (in the chair), E. Cobbiedick, Lancaster, Heath, T. Tansey (bandmaster) and G. Johnson (secretary). &nbsp; The only correspondence dealt with was a letter from Lyons and Co. of Melbourne, in reference to Higham monster brass loaned from that firm for use on the day of the annual boat trip, and which the committee intend to purchase if the necessary amount can be procured. The cash price of the &nbsp; instrument is £30, less 10 and 5 per cent. commission. At a committee meeting held some two weeks ago, Mr. Cross, representing Sykes and Co., stated that his firm could supply a Bes- son bass, which he claimed to be a far superior instrument, for £31, with the same commision as Mr. Lyons. Owing to the committee not being able to agree, the mat- ter was left over for a month, to allow the seretary time to write to ...
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 March 1914
ROSEDALE. SHIRE COUNCIL, MONDAY; MARCH 16. . Presenit: Councillors tlutcher (preside'nt), Lang, HendeIson, T, A. Umphelby, Davls, Morgan and Kenevan. Correspondence. From Public Works department, stating that a grant of £100 had' been allocated for a bridge. over Mernriman's creek, council and the residents to contribute £50 each,- Received.. From Country Roads Board, stating that the sums allocated for maintenance in the shire were as follows: Main G1ppsIand road,£350 Sale to Port Albert road, £100; .Traralgon to Gormandale road, £50 Received. From same, stating that as soon as the engineer's report, with plans and specifications, had been sub mitten and approved for the Sale Port Albert road, authority will be given to liave tenders cal!ed for the work. Received. From H. A. Luke, jnr., asking the consent of the council to the sale ot ar oad at Wurruk, between his two propertics. To lie on the table for a month. and the enginceer to report at next meeting. ' From Councillor Widdis,...
TRARALGON SOUTH. MECHANICS' HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 March 1914
TRARALGON SOUTH. MECHANICS' HALL. The annual meeting of the me chamncs' institute was held in the hahl on Wednesday evening. There .vas a good attendance, and Mr. T. Downie, the president, presided. The minutes of the previous meetmng were read and confirmed. The secretary presented a very satisfactory balance-sheet, and the president, in moving its adoption, said that he had to congratulate the subscribers on the financial po sition of the institute. Duringthe past 12 months the comriittee had put 'down a inew floor, and painted the outside of the building, and he was pleased to say that there was only a siiall debt to carry for warn . He congratulated the sec retary (Mr. Thompson) on the able manner in which he liHad kept the books, ahd thanked him for his services during the year. (Hear, hear). Alt the members of the old com inlttee were re-elected, on'the mo tion of Mr. E. G. Thompson and Mr. G. Maxwell. Mr. Thos. Dow mne was.also re-e'ected president, and Mr. A. E. Thompson sec...
ANNIVERSARY. BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 March 1914
ANNIVERSARY. BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. The anniversary of the Traral gon Baptist' Sunday" school" was held on Monday evening. The chair was occupied by *Rev. W. Joiner, formerly 'minister .of . the church. The following programme was rendered, thci items contributed by Miss. Meril being particu!arly good and acceptable: Chorus, Brighter Than the Sun shine, scholars; pianoforte solo, Polonaise (encore, Valse), Miss. "G. Meril; recitation, The Legend of the Organ Builder, Miss. D. hinde solo, Don't g6 Down the Mine, Daddy, Miss.. Rust; solo, The Tin Gee-gee, R ev. G. J. Mackay; recitation, Who Made the Speech? Dolly Ashman; solo, At my Win dow, Miss. G. Meril (encore, The Charm of Spring); pianoforte solo, Miss. Meril; recitation, He Tried to tell his Wife, Miss. D. Hinde; solo, Waltz Song, Miss. G. Meril; chorus, scholars. The platform was neatly decora ted with flowers. Miss. Clarke hid charge of the children -singing, and Miss. D. Hinde played the accom paniments. The Rev. G. J. Macka...
TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 March 1914
STOONGABBIE. -0 The re-opening of the Toongab bie hall will take place on Wednes day, 25th March, when a grand concert will take place. The de corating and painting of the hall is fimnished beautifully. The com mittee of the mechanics' is to be complimented on securing the ser vices of Mr. Ben. Williams, who is and up-to-date tradesman, and the public will have an opportunity of viewing his work at the opening of the hall. Madame Conley will ap pear here on the 25th inst., and it is hoped that no one will miss the opportunity of hearing her. The committee have spent, nearly £300 on improving the hall, light ing, etc., within the past two and a half years.
TRARALGON RACING CLUB. IMPROVEMENTS TO THE COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 March 1914
TRARALGON RACING CLUB. IMPROVEMENTS' ;'"TO 'THE. COURSE. Since the opening meeting on the new racecourse, the committee have effected very material impro vements. The inside rail along the track has been extended another 25 chains, making it about three furlongs long now. This fence itr very useful, in preventing horses running off, and as the rail leans inward horses pressing against it cannot hit the posts with their feet. The committee intends extend ing the reserve along the straight to give the spectators more accom modation, and motor cars and buggies will be kept away from the fence, so that the public will *have an unobstructed view of the rac ing. SBy the date of the meeting, 40 stalls will be built in the bird cage, which will be a great con venience, and will be much appre ciated by horse owners. The committee has chartered a special train to leave Melbourne at 8.16 on the morning of their next race meeting, and it will fol low the ordinary passenger train, which leaves a...
"LET THERE BE LIGHT!" TOONGABBIE OBJECTS TO TO BE KEPT IN THE DARK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 March 1914
"LE1 THERE BE LIGHT!" o TOONGABBIE OBJECTS TO TO BE KEPT IN THE DARK. At the" Rosedale council meeting on Monday last the question of street lighting at Toongabbie was brought before the table. The secretary of the Toongabbie Pro gress Association sent the follow ing letter: "At a mneeting held on the 28th ult. I was instructed .to write to the council and respectfu'ly request that lamps for lightitig the streets be erected at such places as the post office, mechanics' hall, bet ween the hotel and railway station, and one in front of the church of England. If the council will sup ply the lamps and oil, -arrange ments can be made with the resi dents to light them free of cost on dark nights." Counicillor Henderson said the !amp posts and franies iWere al ready there. .The glass was broken If the lamps, glass and oil were supplied the people would attend to them. Councillor Morgan thought that it Councillor Henderson's wish in this r'espect were gratified the counci, would have simila...
The Gormandale Road. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 March 1914
--- -- - . . _?· FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914. The Gormandale Road--Four motor cars went out to the sports at Gormandale, but had the ptwners known the state ot the road it is safe to say that not one of the cars would have been taken out. There are numerous holes the whole length of the route, and parts of the road near Traralgon are decidedly dangerous for vehi cies, let alone motor cars, which travel much faster, If: is a pityithe shire council do not fill the holes in the road way immediately they appear ,then the roads would be kept good at a fraction of the cost. That portion of the road known as the Sandhills, is almost as bad as ever, the graver being worn through in many.places. The hill going into the valley is a dread ful state, and no one will think of going to Gormandale for pleasure with the road in its present state. The Rosedale council will very pro bably push o.n with the new devia tion down the -hill, and the other portion of the road, under the Country Roads Act. The T...
WEDDING. HART—SCURR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 March 1914
W* W DDIA. * HART-SCURR. *The marriage of Mr. Cyril Hart, son of Mr. James Hart, of. " Dun robin," Casterton, and Miss.Vera Scutir, eldest daughter of the Rev. -W. H. Scurr, Methodist minister, Traralgon, and Mrs. Scurr, took place in the Methodist church on Tuesday a fternoon. The little (church had been decoraced for the occasion by the friends of the bride. Over the hymeneal altar was an archway of greenery and white flowers, 'suspended Irom which was a wedding bell. Fes todns of.greenery and white flow ers were hung across the church, Sand plants and flowers in other places completely transformed the interior. The Rev. G. R. Neilson, oft Warragul, performed the in teresting ceremony, assisted by the Rev. D. Daley, of Melbourne. As the bride qntered the church, Mrs Neilson, of Warragul, sang: O Perfect Love. The bride. was at tended by Miss. Miriam Scurr (sis ter), and Miss. Elma Campbell *'(cousin). The best man was Mr. iWebster, of Melbourne (cousin), Sand the Rev. Leo Pearce, ...
CARRAJUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 March 1914
CARRAJUNG. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day, of last week, will long be re memberea by the Carrajung resi dents, owing to the devastation wrought throughout the district by one of the fiercest and most, de structive forest fires which has fal len to the lot of man to stand against in the defence of property, the reward of many years of in dustry and self demnal. Early on Tuesday afternoon it was plainly evident that the township was in danger, but by the timely inter vention of a few residents, a fire break was burnt against the ap proaching demon. Otherwise the hotel, public hall and post office would have fared badly. On Wed nesday, fanned by a strong north wind, the fire attacked the proper ties of D. J. Knox, Hall, Tyrrell, Buxton; and others, and it was only by very strenuous fighting that these homes were saved. In its destructive onward rush the fire crossea tlie Blackwarry road dur ing t he night, and on Thursday morning it swept through the pro perties of R. Doultree, G. Do...
THE COST OF LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 20 March 1914
THE COST OF LIVING, I--- According to the latest statis ties, and the late enqmury by Judge Heydon, in N.S.W., we find it generally expressed that the cost of hlI;mg is steadily mounting, and even though wazes might rise, the extra money obtained is swallowed up in extra expense. In these circumstances, it is refreshing to find that you can still obtain drapery at -omewhere near the " o!a va'ue?," by the simple Cx)Cedielt of (1(oni your shoplping at Bond's, the welt-known value giecrs, who are aIways ready to do their part in reduing for you the cost of living. One address only: BOND'S, Traralgon.*