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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 March 1914
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1914. Office Bearers: President, Mr. A. G. A1'Ptord; vice-presidents, Mr. A. Miles, and Mr. J: Diaper sec retands, Messrs. E. J. Altord and H. Harris; committee, Messrs. Al ford four), Miles (two), Dia per, Glover, Hea'ey, Cross, Overy, Butler, Nlcholson, Johnson, Retford, Morgan; han~i cappers, Messrs. Coweil and Tho mas; timekeepers, Messrs. Norris and Hetherington; stewards, Messrs. Cottrit and Thomas; jud ges, Mr.HI J,.Aliford, and Cr. C.. Barlow. PROGRAMME: First race to start at 12.30 sharp. Maiden Plate, 103 yds. First gold (medal or £1. Entry, 2s. Shethleld Handicap, 123 yds. 1st £3, becond £1, Entry, 4s. Standing Block, 12 inch. First £2, second £1. Entry 3s. Post Entry Events. Guessing Competition. Live weight of seep. Pnriez, the sheep Entry, ls. Stepping the distance. Trophy or *10s. Entry, ls. Throwing at wicket. Trophy or 10s. Entry, Is. Married Men's Race. 'Trophy' or 10s. Entry ls. Wheelbarrow Race (b:indfold). Trophy or 10s. Entry, Is. Underhand ...
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 March 1914
COIMMERGIAL. '-4-- GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. Theo. B. Little and Co. report: Fat Cattle--We penned 25 head at Stratford, and sold everything except one pen at fully late rates. Good penning at Morwell, and splendid com petition. About usual number in at Sale, prices hardly up to other markets. Quote prime cows to £7 10s, good do. from £5 4s, speyed heifers to £7 9s, light do. to £5 7s, vealers at £3. Store Cattle--Smaller number than usual in at Stratford. At Morwell on Tues day we had another exceptionally good sale, big yarding and spirited bidding. Several pens of nice quality cattle in at Sale, when all sold at satisfactory prices. pringing heifers £5, back ward do. £4, store cows £3 10s, to £3 19s, young hleifers £2 Os Gd to £2 10., 3 year old steers £4 5s, poddies from £1 upward. Sheep--Iice penning at Stratford, and notwithstanding the continued dry weather we effectedl a big clearance. Fa:r yarding at MIor well and good sale. At Sale Borough yards we ya...
Mathieson & Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 March 1914
MIathleson & Davis. Math:eson and Davis report: Fat Cattle-Moderate yardings for the week, and good competition, almost total clearances effected, prime qualit ies selling particularly well. We sold prime cows to £7 1ls, niedium do. to £5 15, light weights from £4. Store Cattle.-Good yardings at Traralgon and Heyfield, fair supplies at Sale and Mirboo, and a large proportion of each yarding sold, prices on the whole ruling a shade easier. We sold for ward conditioned bullocks to £7 5s, well bred 2 to 3-year old bullocks £4 16s 6d, younger do. to £3 12s 6d, 12 to 18 months old do. to. 47s, a pen of 32 extra nice quality speyed heifers at £4, store cows to £3 1Ss, cows and calves to £5 4s, springing heifers to £5 17s 6d, heifers in calf to £3 19s, younger do. to 45s, poddies to 23s, springing cows (forward) £6 5s, back ward do. to £4 12s 6d. '" heep-Fair yarding at Sale on Saturday and all sold Chas Zacher's prime heavy cross-bred ewes at 21s, prime comeback ewes 16s 3d, shorn...
SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 March 1914
SALES BY AUCTION. ------0- '. M'Lean and Co. have an ex tensive clearing sale for Mr. John Neve, near Morwell, on April 2nd. The stock includes 70 particularly weli-bred Jersey cows, also ydung cattle and Jersey bulls of good strain, 10 horses, pigs, machinery, and household furniture. Mr. Neve has sold his farm, and is leaving "the district. Hence buyers should attend. On Wednesday, the 1st of Ap ril, A. M'Lean and Co. will hold an important sale of land and stock for Messrs. Greenwood Bros.. of Budgeree. The property consists of the very well improved farm, known as Mr. Little's, and a very good dairy farm. The cattle in clude 52 very good Jersey and Ayr shire 'cross. cows and springers, also young cattle, pigs, horses and implements. A. M'Lean and Co. will conduct . clearing sale for Mrs Leslie, ITyers, on the 26th .nst. See advt. Messrs. VW. Christensen and Co. ptibhsh full particulars of Mr. 1V. A. Clarke's clearing sale at Hill Top, Traralgon, on Thursday, 26th inst. WV. Chris...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 March 1914
Notices. TRARALGON RACING CLUB. NEW RACE COURSE. THURSDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1914. Handiicap Hurdle Race, of 25 sovs. About two miles. Handicap Trial Stakes, of 10 sovs. 5 furlongs. Traralgon Handicap, of 30 sovs. About 9 furlongs. Novelty Pony Race, of 8 sovs. 4 furlongs. Flying Handicap, of 15 sovs. 6 furlongs. Amateur Handicap Race, of 12 sovs. 7 furlongs. Entries CLOSE on MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1914, with the secre tary, Traralgon; or Mr. H. O. Sutton, V.R.C. Buildings, Bourke St., Melbourne. Booths sold March 23, at Trara! gon. Special Train leaves Melbourne at 8.16 a.m., returning 7.30 p.m. Further information later ad vertisement. T. A. M'LEAN, Hon. Secretary. Pontlard, Cafield, Co bAND, ESTATE & FINANCE ACE\TS :FARM SELLING A SPECIALTY. LgANS ARRANGEr AT LOWEST RATB OF INTEAEST. VALUATIONS MADE FOK PRIVATE LOANS. Agents for.... J. MI. Peck & Sons, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne. Rornslhy & Sons, Oil and Motor Enginea and Farm Machinery. Mount I.yell Manures....
NAMBRO[?]. ("Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 March 1914
NAMBRO::. (" Times.") Like most districts in Victoria at ,resent, the farmers and graziers desire a fall of rain, particularly the latter; although not a great deal of inconvenience has been causel so far, beyond a scarcity of water for household 'purposes. For stock the residents rely on the wells. A never fai.ing supply of water can be got at 15ft. to 25ft. anywhere in the district, and as the district was nrever as well stocked with hay. straw and grainm, this part would not fare so badly if dry weather did continue as it did in 1907 and 1908. In fact a dry 'season would suit most farmers They would be able to clear away some of the stacks that have sc cumulated during the past two or three good seasons. The price of fered to hay and oats up to now (has been be:ow cost price, and con sequently, farmers had no a!terna tive but to hold out for a better and more payable prices. The threshing operations are nut yet complete. Mr. F. Hammill will probably finish this week, and Messrs. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 March 1914
Notices. WEDDING. SCURR-OLIVER.-(Silver wed- ding). On the 21st of March, 1889, at the residence of the bride's parents, Balmain, Syd- ney, by Rev. W. G. R. Stephen- son, William Henry Scurr, son of Henry Aytoun Scurr, of Syd ney, to Emmeline Miriam, youn- gest daughter of Francis Henry Oliver. Present address: The Parsonage, Traralgon.
FEDERAL ISSUES. MR. FISHER'S CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 March 1914
FEDERAL ISSUES._ MR. FISHER'S CAMPAIGN. In opening an electioneering cam paign a Labor leader is heavily handicapped. The,Policy he has to announce is always that of the Party determined by the wirepul lers of the Leagues in conference assembled, and duly published for -theinformation of friend and toe alk~e. All theni that' Mr. Fisher could do wheni on Monday he opened his platform campaign in the Town Hall, was to show ex actly what points in the official pohlicy of the Opposition he and those in closest touch with him i> tend to stress. Preference to unionists in its cru dest, most extreme form, is.to be pushed to the front. There is to be no truce with the wage earner who deliberately remains outside his union. "Men who. are .non unionists are.mostly the sneaks ot society," was Mr. Fisher's uncom promising utterance, and his words give 'the indepexident worker an. idea 'of what he may expect if La bor secures another lease of office. Passing the merits or demerits of preferen...
REVEALS COMPLEXION. SECRET OF THE SPANISH LADY TELLS HOW THEY KEEP THEIR YOUTHFUL COMPLEXION EVEN AT SEVENTY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 March 1914
REVEALS COMPLEXION4 SECRET OF THE SPANISH LADY TELLS HOW THEY KEEP THEIR YOUTH FUL COMPLEXION ( S EVEN AT 6EVENTY. "As a ybung girl," writes one of our r'eaders, "I always had a nice clear and delicately tinted com plexion, but on reaching the age of thirty it changed completely. The chilly winter winds and the rain knade my skin rough and dry; my fice used to burn and smart horribly after the slightest ex posure to cold or frost. I felt dreadful worried to see the awful change that was taking place. About this time I went for a trip abroad, and while travelling in the south ot Spain, became .intimate with an elderly Spanish lady. : Knowing how proud the Spanish girls are of their skin, and hoping she would help me, I told er my trouble, She advised me to ob tain two ounces of rose water, one dram tincture of benzoin, and two ounces of ordinary flowers of ox zoin from the chemist, which, she said, I could kmix myself, and after shaking it well, apply with a little cloth or sponge. S...
[?]ERALANG RABBIT LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 March 1914
?ERALAWNz RABBTT LEAOU5L Ameeting of the above was held on Saturday, 21st inst., when pnem bers reported the result of the pol soning, which was satisfactory, and by the way many worked for the comparatively small number ot rabbits they got, they deserve to keep the pest down. Another ra ther 'difficult matter was the fixing of the boundary of the league, as many more leagues are likely to come into existence. It was deci ded to fix it on the parish boun dary, but by no means hard and fast, as, owing to the nature of the country, it would be more workable to accept members from outside the boundary, providing it is the most convenient league to join. The same applies to menm bers within the boundary. It has been suggested by an adjoining league to appoint delegates from the different leagues to fix the different boundaries. But all things considered, this league was of the opinion that the boundary, as fixed, would suit the adjoining league. and any new leagues would come in accordi...
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 March 1914
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1914. Oifce Bearers: President, Mr. A. G. Alllord; vice-presidents, Mr. A. Miles, and Mr. J. Diaper; sec retaries, Messrs. E. J. Altord' and H. Harris; committee, Messrs. Al ford four), Miles (two), Dia per, Glover, Hea!ey, Cross, Overy, Butler, Nlcholson, Johnson, Retford, Morgaifi; handi cappers, Messrs. Cowell--and Tho mas; timekeepers, Messrs. Norris and Hetherington; stewards, Messrs. Cottrit and Thomas; jud ges, Mr. H. J. Alford, and Cr. C. Barlow. - PROGRAMME: First 'race to start at.12.30 sharp.. Maiden Plate,: 103 yds. First gold (meda[bor £1. Entry, 2s. SheStld Handicap, 120 yds. 1t £3, ,becond £1, Entry, 4s. Standing Block, 12 inch. First £2, second £1. Entry 3s. Post Entry E;rents. Guessing Competitlon. Live weight of sheep. Priez, the sheep Entry, Is. Stepping the distance. Trophy or 10s. Entry, ls. Throwing at wicket. ,Trophy.or O10s. Entry, Is. '"- :'i:.-, Mar~~~fe?"~ Mff'? "Rk3,To?i. i : or 10s. -Entry is. ; Wheelbarrow Race . (blindfold). Trophy ...
TRARALGON RACING CLUB. NEW RACE COURSE. THURSDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 March 1914
TRARALGON RACING CLUB. NEW. RACE COURSE. THURSDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1914. Handicap Hurdle Race, of 25 sovs. .About two miles. Handicap Trial Stakes, of 10 sovs. 5 furlongs. Traralgon Handicap, of 30 sovs. About 9 furlongs. Novelty Pony Race, of 8 sovs. 4 furlongs. Flying Handicap, of. 15 sovs. 6 furlongs. Amateur Handicap Race, of 12 sovs. 7 furlongs.
RECREATION RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 March 1914
RECREATION RESERVE. Immediately after the above, a meeting of the Recreation commit tee was held to receive the annual report and balance sheet, and ap point an auditor. The balance sheet showed that £33 11s had been received, and. £32 19s 4d ex pended. The receipts included the Government grant of £20, the rest being locally subscribed. Mr. P. Johnson was appointed auditor. The secretary reported that another grantof £20 had been ob tained for improvements, which was left in the hands of the com mittee, to utilise to the best of their ability, which brought the meeting to a close.
UPPER TRARALGON CREEK. THE PUBLIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 27 March 1914
UPPER TRARAL(iON CREEK. 1 THE PUBLIC HALL. 'A fairly well attended meeting of the subscribers and all interes ted In the public hall, was held on Saturday, the 14th inst., Mr. VW. Beaton presiding. The secretary (Mr. J. Hogg) read the balance sheet, which showca that the debt on the hall had at last been wiped out, ana that there is a snall credit balance in hand. This was considered very satisfactory, and the report and balance sheet were adopted, on the motion of Messrs. G. Guntzler and R. Elston. Mr. A. Beaton said that the business of the hall had been car ried out in a very satisfactory manner by the secretary, but with much inconvenience to himself, and he had much pleasure in moving that the secretary be donated £1 is for services rendered. The motion was seconded by Mr F. Guntzler, and carried. The rifle club committee was again appointed to carry on the business of the hall for another 12 months. The following are the office bearers: Chairman, Mr. T. A. (Downie; secretary, ...