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LAND SLIP. ON THE THORPDALE LINE. TRAIN BLOCKED. ON FRIDAY LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
LAND SLIP. the thorpdale line. train' BLOCKED. on friday last. Quite a sensation was caused when ut became knrwu that the Thorpdale train whs blocked through a landslip about half-a-mil&lt;i on the Narracan side of Coalville. A number of spectators soon assembled at the t-pot, when it was seen that the slip was rather hq extensiveone—the earth (Mine from a cutting in the side of a hill —the rails being buried at a depth of between -lit and 5ft. News of the occurrence was telephoned from Coalville to S.M. Wain(Moe) about 3.35 p.m., who im mediately communicated with the De partment, Uoadmaster Lowe, and the stationinistress at Narracan. He also made arrangements for an engine to be sent from Traralgon, "called up" local railway employes, and despatched trollies to convey the passengers and mails to Moe. Not long after Ganger Reid, with his able assistants, retur ned with the " cargo"—among the passengers were about half-a-dozen ladies—white S.M. Ward brought the mails on a tr...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
MULTUM IN PARVO. The Scva. Tin- host local paper. W arragul council has struck a Is. (id.rato. Now on! Gray and Hyatua' great clearing sale. Narracan shire council meets to morrow (Friday). No business at the Yarragon police court last Thursday. For first-class printing at moderate prices, try this office. Advertise in this paper and your business will prosper. Our YarragOQ correspondent reports ! that measles are prevalent in the district. Since 1852 Australia has produced £611,000,000 worth of gold and other minerals. The Moe Swamp school children have had a bad time of it during the rccent, wet weather. Mathieson and Davis fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, 23rd September. A very interesting article 011 the art of cutting seed potatoes will be found in another column. The subscription to the Xewa is 2s'. per quarter it' delivered, and 2s. (id. if posted. The leading local paper. The High Court of the Common wealth is again busily occupied in upsetting decisions of ...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
AUCTION REMINDERS. Messrs. Matww>Ti vuL-DnKi1 hold tlieiT usual fortuightly s Trafalgar on Saturday, 23rd Rep! ber. Mathieson and Davis, Moe rattle sale on Wednesday, w Messrs. Skews and Patterson's monthly cattle sale at Yarrngon on Tuesday, — September. Public Opinion.—That the tours is not only the leading local paper, but that its 4ultum in Parro column contains more useful and interesting information than half a dozen columns of any other paper in thin locality. When colds and influenza rage, They add to life a dismal page, They make us all look twice our age— And aOatter death around. 1 'Tis then we find a friend so soro, In WiLUAK Woods Grxat PEpriTtfurr Cuhx Which, always certain, always pure, Will sare ua m^ny a pound When He la Not A Fool.—A man is nearly always a fool. If he be young (be world Hays, "When he is older he will know more.1*' If he l>e older it says "He is old enough to know better." Ami when he is old it aaya, "There is no kind of fool equal toAO old f...
DAIRYING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
DAIRYING NOTES. We were shown a wire from Mel bourne last night giving price of butter ex cream, and Mr. Inglis will pay O^d at Trafalgar until Saturday next. Mr. A. W. Wilson, secretary of the Gippsland Co-operative Association, has recently been lecturing on the advantages of co-operation. It is anticipated that good results will follow. Recent cables from London announce that business m butter is quiet, prices being a trifle easier. Choicest brands of Australian selling at 110s. to 112s. per cwt. '1 he quality of recent arrivals is satisfactory. In the Legislative Assembly last week the Milk Supervision Bill was further debated. Mr. Maokey (speak ing on behalf of the Ministry) announc ed several amendments proposed to be made in the bill in committee. It was desired to reconstitute the board to be appointed under the measure, so as to give producers adequate representa tion. In addition, where municipal councils hud in the past, or within a reasonable time of the passing of the a...
TRAFALGAR MECHANICS' INSTI[?] MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
7^ MECH TRAFALGAR ECHANICS' INSTIT MONTHLY MEETING. Wilmotli, Ma*J[eyJ70t)d, Morris and Whitton. The secretary roportcd\&lt;ie uank overdraft \v;is £103. Accounts amounting t passed for payment. As a new fence was between the median the adjoining property on t j^outli side, it was decided- tc continued along tlie east enuv^ mechanics' land. \ The president reported that in connection with the fortlicolhg bazaar were progressing satisfact&lt;v. The ladies were working diligentljL making up goods for the stalls, & they had received numerous contrilA tions and promises of donations, bofl in cash and material. Two fetters from Mr. Jaggers, with reference to the bazaar, were dealt with. As a result of one it was decided to have a temporary 'lean-to" erccted along the north side of the main hall, in which a couple of '"side shows" could be kept going, and thus give more spice for stalls and for the public in the main building. The question of purchasing a jinkev, t...
PRICES FOR CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
PRICES FOR CREAM. List of prices paid for prime cr&lt; butter result by Messrs. Iioldenson and Neilsoti, Melbourne, for t! twelve mouths ending 15tli Septei ber, 1905:— 1904. Per lb. Soptmr.- 24 8-kl October- 1 8|d 1905. March April Per lb. 25 lOd '22 8k 29 8k - 5 8fd 12 8|d 19 8J&lt;1 1905. January- 7 8d U fid ? 28 8fd Febrary- 4 9d 11 9d May Dcmber- 3 8d June L4 om 24 Sfd „.|U 31 8a July- 1 yj-d 29 12d 6 lid 13 lOd 20 9kl 27 Uld 3 9|d 10 flfd 17 9*d 24 y*d S qU 15 !)]d 22 9jd .... - Q.U August- r. 10^d 12 10W 25 8|d Septrnr- 2 lOd Cream received daily at Trafalgar railway station by Mr. T. A. F. IngTis, local agent for Holdeason aud Neilson.
HOW TO CUT SEED POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
HOW TO CUT SEED POTATOES. This is a problem upon which, no two farmers agree, and concerning which numberless experiments have been tried by fanners generally, as well as by experiment stations. Re sults at all the stations liave been fl carefully studied by J. F. Duggar, who J concludes (Fanners' Bulletin No. U.S. Department of Agriculture) it is "more important to cut the tub(^^| into compact pieces of nearly unifo^^H size than to so shape the pieces have a definite number of eyes on set. No piece should be eutir^^H devoid of eyes, and the majority r sead pingfts shorlil ^ lnrff*.pjimji... support at least two eves, '»d three or more." 1'ho '-Id frotrf^H planting the seed or bud Q is lav»ej than from the stem or bu£»d of the tuber, the eyes on the se^end beinj" ^0 first to _ germinate, aiihcnce &lt;?' espccial importance wlj M> earl." crop is desired. ThePVd y»eM increases -with every ioiafe in the size of seed pieces from P f'^gle eye to the whole potato; fa increase o...
THE BUTTER SCANDALS. NO CRIMINAL PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
TEE BUTTER SCANDALS. NO CRIMINAL PROSECDTIOX. Acting on a recommendation from, the Butter Commission, the Govern / roent some time ago referred the evidence taken befni-e the ('"noniission to Mr. Finlayson, Crown Prosecutor tor an opinion as to whether further proceedings could be taken against certain people. The Attorney-General yesterday received a written opinion from Mr. Finlayson, the effect of which is that no one can be prosecuted, lie states that he has carefully weighed the evidence as its affects all persons connected with the Victorian Creamery and Butter company Limited, and the Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Co. Limited. He deals only with the question of criminal responsibility of tlie persons concerned, and "offers no opinion as to their civil liabilities or as to the transactions from an ethical point of view" Dealing first with the Victorian Creamery and Butter Company Limited, Mr. Finlay son states that the promoters were J. Bartrarn and Son and C. W. Gray and Co. ...
[?]RICT NEWS. [?] OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) [?]HE SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
ICT NEWS. OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) HE SETTLEMENT. - ont ruin? was the causc of ■fvt-'a! drains oversowing, and agouti dwi oHund Lowurdd the east end of Mr. Bewar^' ' ^o^be^^i^ji&lt;) / Works department, arrived on Monday \ morning, and was accompanied to the \ settlement by Mr. Hough. He was engaged for a couple of days survey ing along Gooding's drain, the work of widening which will be commenced shortly. A start will also be made | shortly with the catch drain alongside 1 the main drain. The pupils attending the two swamp schools have had a rough time lately, most of the roads unci tracks beiug in a very b;id state for foot traffic.
FREIGHT ON BUTTER AND CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
FREIGHT ON BUTTER AND CREAM. The Kevung Traders' Association recently complained that a truck of cream sent from Keran# to Melbourne cost £G 2s. Gd., while a truck of butter cost £19 3s. id. The Railway Commissioners ex plained that—"Cream in cans is parried at a specific rate per can. If it is in large cans or if, in any case it would be cheaper to do so, the charge is based on the class C rate, or the rate at which butter is carried. The tonage rate for cream would be less than for butter, assuming that the cream were in cans which weighed the maximum, or 120 lb. As it tnkes I between 2 lb. and 3 lb. of cream 10 make 1 lb. of butter, and much greater weight would have to be paid for if a farmer elected to have his cream sent to Melbonrne to be made into butter instead of having it con verted into butter locally." Thus it will been seon that the supplier helps his district and saves money by having bis cream made into butter at the local factory.
[?]YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
, AyARRAGON. * Among the successful competitors at. ibe raralgon competitions last week ! was Miss Ruby Pope, of Yarragon, who , Ruined first prize for controlto solo, *. ami second prize for a Scotch song. Much ralisfaction is felt here at Miss • Pope's success, and she has been the recipient of hearty congratulations from numerous friends. Everything in connection with the recently formed co-operative butter company is progressing satisfactsrily, ami all interested are enthusiastic at the promising prospects of success. lleascls are again prevalent in this locality, and a number of juveniles (and several adults) are laid up with this peculiar and very unpleasant complaint. General regret was expressed here when it became kuown that Mr. Fisher, an. old and greatly respected resident of Yarragon, had died in a private hospital at Sale on Saturday evening;, lie h,id been uivler tlie care of several medical men for some time past, suffering from an internal complaint, and, acting on a...
GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
GIX'PSLAND ASSOCIATION. One of our exchanges says:—"The I Gippsland letter Factories Co-opera-' tion, is advised that the London butter market is very firm, sales being realised up to 115s. per cent. The private agents are endeavouring by all sorts of misrepresentations, to undermine the co-operation agcncies but, except here and there where I "personal" influences have operated, they have not met with any success. The business so far transacted by the Gippsland co-operation has been highly satisfactory; and several companies that are not shareholders, are giving it their business.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
Business Notices. SLAUGHTER! SLA^XJ GHTER!! AT THE /ACME STORE, Main Street TRKFHLGHR, GIGANTIC STOCK-TAKING SALE. EVERYTHING TO BE SOLD BELOW COST. GRAY, HYAMS (Late T. COLQUHOUN) Every Article at an ENORMOUS - - SACRIFICE. All Goods Marked in Plain Figures. MILLINERY AND DRAPERY DEPARTMENT Are under the charge of MISS McllURDIK, late of Foy and Gibson and Robertson and Moffat. WE HAVE COME TO STAY. Agents for the ARGUS and TRAFALGAR NEWS. EW Season's GOODS. , SPRING AND SUMMER Patterns OP SUI^NGS, - SERGES, - TWEEDS, YCUNAS AND COATINGS. All Clthing made in First-Class Style. 1IT GUARANTEED. Special Line in Ready-to-wear Clothing. Tweedguits from - - 19s. 6d. Special Vain - - - 25s. Suits Eade to Measure from 35s. Trouses " '' " 10s. 6d. .1. YULE, TRAFALGAR. . PEDERSEN and SON, FARR & DAIRY PRODUCE MERCHANTS, COMMISSION AGENTS. PURCHASERS OF" SEPARATED CREAM. it:—MELBOURNE, WBLSIPOUL, VoUANtilflC. _ ... Agents for— bILTIC CREAM SEPARATORS, (Capacity, 1*6 to 900 gallons per...
The News. (Late Advocate.) PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1905. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
micros. (Late Advocate.) PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR. Published Thursday Mornings. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1905. NOTES AND COMMENTS. In next week's issue of the News we intend publishing an article entitled "A Trip to Britain," from the pen of Mr. A. Matheson, 3f Trafalgar. Readers of the News will find the article interesting, entertaining and instructive. Messrs. Mathieson and Davis, the well-known. Gippsland auctioneers, expect a good yarding of mixed stock at their Trafalgar fortnightly sale next Saturday. (At thc.Moe monthly sale on the following Wednesday, 27th, there will be the usual large yarding, the local agent, Mr. Stevenson, having booked numerous lots from various parts of the district. At the monthly meeting of the Buln Buln shire council last week the following resolution was unanimously carried—"That the thanks of this council be accorded to Mr. Herbert, for supplying and carting 117 yardsof stone on Apted's road, free of cost." Councillors spoke highly of Mr. Herbert's...
MOE BUTTER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
MOE BUTTER COMPANY. Operations were commenced at the I Moe Uutter Factory 011 Wednesday | last. Since then a fair quantity of \ both milk and cream has been sent in ! from all directions to the factory, and, | judging by its increase, the results will exceed the most sanguine expec tations. The factory "is q&pable of turning out five tons of .butter per week, but with a few additions would turn out up to 10 tons per week. It has been docided to make weekly payments. Mr E. J. Cooper was tlie success ful tenderer for the carting of cream, butter boxes, etc., to and from the station to the factory.
TRAFALGAR BUTTER COY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
TRAFALGAR BUTTER COY. The milk supply continues to make a satisfactory advance, and at the Tra falgar factory and creameries business is rapidly increasing, all working' full About five tons of butter will be turned out tliis week. It is expected that the new refri gerator will be in working order by 1st October. Numerous inquiries are being made for Trafalgar butter, letters reaching the manager daily, and arrangements have been made for the supply of large quantities at highest Western district quotations. Supplies are also being eagerly sought for the English market, where the Trafalgar brand commands a ready sale at high prices.
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. THE THREE RIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. THE TllKEE RIVALS. Keen competition is likely to eti^uc between the' three neighboring fac ! tories of Trafalgar, Yarragon and Moe, , and the directors of each will be put on their metal to secure trade. It is to be hoped, however, that their efforts in this direction will be confined to legitimate competition, and that cutting and undermining will be carefully avoided. The former, as a rule, is beneficial; while the latter often spells disaster and ruin. The area embraced by the three factories is extensive, the district is admirably adapted for dairying pursuits, and should be capable of maintaining the factories, especially as each year the business is steadily increasing. Much depends on the shareholders, but the great responsibility is 011 the directors. Judicious management almost invar iably means success and prosperity.