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THE NEWRY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

THE NEWRY DISTRICT. (By "Leader" Reporter. The. most successful farmers in the Newry distnrict, are those who make a point of artificially water ing' their crops every year .They have proved to their comilete sa tlsfaction how fallacious is the idea that there is no need for irngati n in Gipps'and. On the contrary, their exper ence teaches that e en in the wettest seasons a profit:ble use can be made of the irrigation plant. Every few years Glpps lana farmers suffer from long rainless autumns, mn which the grass dries right up, all vegetation wilts, and the dairy herds, de pnrived of succulent herbage, fall away heavily m the milk yield. In other years there is a dry winter' or spring, at which the absence of ram at a crrtica[ stage mn the plant's growth prejudices its full growth. The autumn of 19'2 w II long be remembered, 'e ause of ,the long, rainless period that inter venecd from the mliddle of ranuairy, untit pra-tically June. The dairy output fell away seriously, whi st the m...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A. M'Lean and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

A. M'Lean and Co. The Sale branch rero t having sold over 8000 sheep ,i ce Chr:st mas, at pri es similarito those ru ling prev'ous to the holi'ays,.gra ziers, notwi~thstanding the dry srell or weather, being encouraged to stock uo by the appirent y a sured increamce earn'ng capaciy of sheep owing to the hlugh rates xu mn for mutton and lamb caused by the demand for export. We helH a speria! sale a': the Bo-ough yar.s on Thu-s lay I st, when :we :ubmit tea 8,500 i:o au t on., Althcugh the sa'es were al title dra2gy, prices were very satisfactory, ani a big clearanre was effedlted. The fol lowing are rome of the rrices ob tained by us:-Ac .t. Exors. late J. Lee, Leebrook, 680 crossbred wethers, 4 tooth, good franies, and conditxon, 15s 3ct; W. pIy s cro s. do, 14s 9d; G. Waugh's crossbred ewes, well grovn, 15s; G a.? s fat owes, and wethers, 16s; ,Ker: Bros cross and comebacc ewes, good condition, fair framecs, 11s; J. L. Bowman's 1090'crossbred wet'-e s 2-tooth, fair frames, 13s Id; ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mathieson and Dvis [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

Mathieson and Dvis Report:-Fat ct'lIe: Good yard mng at Cowwarr, but hlghter sun ply at Sale. and prices a shade easier. Useful bul!o0ks so'd t £8 5s, lightwe:ght·, £5 16s, best rows !to £ 715s, 1u ef~;do. Itn £6 6s, hght weights to £4 15s, heifers to £5 5s. We sold drafts for Mcss-s. J, Monds, Kendal, D. O'Sulhvan, H. Roberts, Hammond Bros., H. Hainmi'l, W. O'Br'en, H. M l'chell, A. Holm, Mrs. Allman, P. O'Brien J. Garrat't. D.. O'Brien, M'Laren and G. Brooks. Storef'a~ttIe. Mo derate supply forward, an'! mark! t without anmmation. Forward con ditioned co;vs ?t £4 4s, st'.re cows to '£3 12; 6d, young heifers to 53s, steers 54s 6d, poddles to 3,3s 6d. Sheep: Light su'pply at Sa'e. At :tSratford we y.rde1 over 9000 very sa'eable sheep, princi pally from the brecde-s, and had a sp'endid clearance. Good qual ityv sheep continue to sell well. WVe sold Mr. Jno. Le_,s c:rossb ed wethers to 13s 3d, Thos. Fall's crossbred ewes in grand condlticn and well grown 16s 6d, Hal's u'l-. mouth c-o:...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

Auctioneers. A. McLEAN & CO., S co~ ~r.tirQ)t, Laod sii 018,1 Agents. TRARALGON. MAFFRA. MORWELL. MIELBOURNE Sales conducted under the per sonal supervision of Mr. W. J. TM'Lean. At the request of Melbouirne buy ers, and starting the moment the SMelbourne mid-day train arri ves ,it T1'aralon. SPECIAL SALE OF PIGS! At:TRARALGON and MOIR WELL. iWEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14. Starting at TRARALGON at 12.30 sharp, and at MLORWLL at 2.15 sharp. 'A. M'LEAN and CO. will sell at their yards as above: 250PIGS, including BaconPigs, porkers, backfatters and stores. Vendors will please book up as ~early as possible. Melbourne buyers arei assured, and the Traralgon district buyers, for stores wi!l be inhuilLattcndance. NOT.-Fast drags will leave Traralgon immediateiy on conclu sion of TraraIgon sales for -Mor well, so buyers and sel'ers will be able to attend both sales. $1,000 Splendid Store Sheep! ANNUAL SHEEP SALES MORWELL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 22nd. TRARALGON FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. A. M'LEAN and C...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. Report:-At Stratford on Monday, not many shecep in. Good yard:ng of tai and sYtore cattle, which sold well. Heifers to'£6 5s, cows to £5 17s 6d. Good yarding at Morwell, and brisk sale for all c!a-s-s. At Sale all our fat cattle pens full, and everything dispo-ec of, com peti'tlon being good throughout; cows to £6 8s, ,heifers £5 13s, hlight bullocks to t\5 18s, cows and vca ler calves, £ 62s. A fair number of store3, including several Icts of cows and calve , The bidding was forward and spirited, and nearly all sold. Lines of 2 year old steers to £2 5s, cows with cal ves to £5 4s, beifers mn call, £3 11s. Small yarding of sheep, and total clearance effecdted. 50 fat ewes at 15s 3d, 70 do. at 14s 9J, 25 wethers at les ld, small lambs at 10s.

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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BOYCOTTING FARMERS LUMPERS STRIKE IN THE RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

BOYCOTTING FARMERS LUMPERS STRIKE IN THE RIVERINA. Although harvesting or.er..trins are practica'Iy over, the trouble between the Farmers' and Set tlers' As-o:iation and the Rural Workers' Umnon is still serious. On Wednesday it was reported that all produ.e ca- ted by farmers or by non-unionists to the railway yards to be stacked or trucked would not be handled when it rea phed its destination. It was siatid that various umnions had azreed to refuse to handlk any wheat de clared black by the Rural Work crs' Union, and, faced by this pre dicament, leading buyers' a ents are inclined to suspend buying un til matters are'settled between the unions and the farmers. The buyers' representatives are not at' all eager to take the risk of pur chasing " b.ack" wheat to find the unions refusing to han-ll it at the -oast. Neither buyers or agents of the shipping companies were consulted when the trouble cornm menced.. A strike ozcured on WVedne; day. in the wheat yards mi'Hcnty. The lumpers re...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. - Traralgon 11 and 7, GlIenga ry 3 Mr. L. Sawtill. Blackwarry 11, Bulga 2.30 (H.C.) Calhgnee 8 .(H.C.).--Rev Pay.

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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MIXED BATHING. TWO LORD MAYOR'S VIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

MIXED BATHING. TWO LORD MAYOR'S VIEWS With the summer at its heigh the metropo'itan newspapers a e, as usual, dicuss'ng \ery fiercely the question ol mixed bathing. Views on both sides are express d by scores of correspondents, and "Everylady's Journai" has been 'o ithe trouble of collecting the ideas of such notab'e pecple as the Lord Mayors of Sydney anl Mel. bourne, Archbishop Manix and Canon Hughes, the Co.nmissicner of Po!ice, and a lady doctor, the Amern-an, French and Ge man ronsuls, and Mr. '-Snowy" Bater, the famous surt champon. Thc views of these varied folk, it may' be added, are illus:rated with a number of magnificien': ,a mera views, that seem also to offer arguments on both sides of the vexe:l question : "Should Mixed 'Bathing be Encouraged ?" The majority of people asked replied in favor of mied bathing~-withmi a reasonable limit. The Lordl 1vla" yor of Melbourne thinks that the sea i qcluite b'g tnough for men and women to s\vim mn, and his symnpathies are entirely...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

Presbyterian Church. - Callignee 11, Blackwarry 2.30 Carrajung 8.-Mr. Miles. Traralgon 11- and 7, Tyers, 3. -Rev. E. Law. TraraIgon Creek 11.30, Traral gon South 2.30, Flynn's Creek 8. Mr. Yule.

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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CRUEL PLUMAGE TRADE FASHION'S TOLL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

CRUIEL PLUMIAGE TRADE FASHION'S TOLL. Fo'lowing the lead .,glven by the Uliied tSates, a large number of people gathered.at the Whitehall Rooms on Monday to express tilcir approval of a b:ll intended t:,'pr) hibit the impo:tailon into ..he Unti ted Kingdom of the skins and the plumes of certain li.rds, says "L!oyd's Weekly" of the 23rd of November. Sir Harry Johnston ,the famous traveller, who presided, said it there were no insects, or worms, two-thirds of the world's diseases would come to an end, and for the limitation of these pests there was no such agency so potent as birds. If the normal proportion of b:rds were diminished cro-rs.a nd o r chards uffered. Farm r; and fruit growers of Southern England had complained of the scarcity of swal lows, due to the passion which pre vaile:i in Italy and France for: the destruction of sma'I birds. Hunters who worked for the great trading houses obtained the skins and plumes for the most'part itor dress trimmings and'hats of'he rich and t...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

Metho Church. Traralgon 1 d 7, Tye s 2.3) Rev. W. H. S

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

SPECIAL CoNCESLSIONS AT_ _ __ _ __ _ _ _'_ *m FOR m I POSITIVELY ONE WEEK ONLY. .Havin~ made a Hug o Pc tchase at--. Heavy Discount, we are placing before you ECrepes, repes, ptional Value ii ( : . Plain, Colored and Stripes, in endless Variety. Never before hbve we had !he opporiunityof giving such Startling Value. @repes. Seeing is believing. All we a~si of you.is Call and SEE WHAT MAC. CHR? ~STENSEN IS DOING. You.Should be Determincd [u rjectine th~e w-.,thles and f;reqently i. jurioPu cunterf it which a'e .cmetic. pushrd for t'e sAe df grearer grin as 'j',at a, gcod" na thse GENUnNE SANDER eI d SONS' PURE VO! AIII.E EU(AL PCI EXTRACT. B. not deceived ! SAN DER'S EXTRACT is reo gnised lIy tihe hi..e4t, medic l authorities as foss-tsing unique stinu?ati:g, ha~ling arid antis.ptic powers. 'lhe pre paration of SA ItDE,'. EXrRACT from nh., pure selecite! lees, Sr,,d the nefinemner.t y peci.Il proccs es givs it cur tie vistn.s peculiarly its own. 'Therefore, lI not mi-led I [lmind na,...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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A GOOD COOK WASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

A GOOD CO(OK WASTED. She had studrcd i >t philosophy, noz had daiitd w .:h theosophy. Which often tries to lift the veil for just a :htt:e look; She avoided the piano, did Miss Anr i.;A za Hannah, Andl d:vo:ed all her intellect to learn. 1114 how to cook. Wi:h In earnest air and serious she ',t ed - Heiws nysaerious, Aid oast:.ed all the pI)rocesses of Imal;ing whol?i~ome bread; 1ler pies were eachi a noein, and she 'ouldl podruly show 'emI; "Oh. how lucky will her husband be!" her friends and neighbors said. But, alas! for all endeavor, that fot ever .and for ever Showeth Faith to be a carping fiend, i of disposition cruel: 'or the fellow that sle married by dies. pepsia was so harried 'hat he wouldn't let her cook a thing but toast and tea and gruel.

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Worth Knowing. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

worm ,,nluwIrng. Philadelphta p~ssesses a great hlofe &or trups.. ±i is is a magnificen ,uilding of four etoreys, comprisin lining-rooms, rnading-roomus, and thi nevitable bath-rooms. Tramps wil ,ant a night's lodUging must do a cer. ;ain amount of work, graduated accord. ,ng to their physical cundition. .Inii mediately on enter ng the building they are taken to the baLh-room, fromi which hey pass to the courtyard to do their SAfter the toil is over they have in opportunity of going out to seek for work, and then they come in for the evening. Before going to bed, how. ever, they are compelled again to per !orm the ceremony of ablution. . Anybody who shaices hands with Henry Longman, of Summerville. Pa., -ets an electric - shock .of .eonfusing power. Three years ago, while peeling tanbark, he was struck by lightning and has ever since possessed the queer power of transmittinz an electric shock o everything he touches. By passing a blade of a knife between his thumb and finger...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

6. BRUNlIN ll & S4, NURSERYMEN, BBIGHTON ROAD, ST, KILDA, VIO. 1a4 GEST AND BE8. STOCK OF PLANTS IN THECOMMUNW"ALTH ~CatalogLes Post Free. Insk i foa Iavitad. TIlSEPBou 128, H rde. iM Don't be Penny Wise and Pound Foolish ! INSURE YOUR STOCK NOW WITH THE AUSTRALIAN COMPANY, The Insurance office of Australia, Ltd. Head Office for Victoria: 34 Queen Street, Melbourne, All Classes of Insurance Effected at Lowest Possible kates. R. FARRIN WEBB S. AGENT, TR RALGON. ---- RE.PRESENrATIVE, - Massey-Harris Farm Inlplemients. Duplicate Parts Kept in Stock. Farm Selling Call or Write for a Specialty. Full Particulars. FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON, 3 Doors f(;m Post'OfEce. . .. ......L---- --h_ -~~- ~~-i-s~ STUD NOTICES BALFOURS'S PRIDE WILL STAND THIS SEASON AT GLENGARRY & TRARALOON. And Travel the surrounding districts. ALFOUR'S PRIDE is a Bay colt, foa led 1908. His sire, Lord Balfour (in ported front New Zea'and) ; urand sire Dr. Seddon (352 N.Z S.1.), who won 4 firsts *nd two se...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GOOD WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

A GOOD WIFE. The characteristics of a good wife do nrot appear to atcr mnuch in the course 1f ages. At anty rate, we have the vet, bal portrait 9f one, by the Greek poet, $,phodles, who was born 491 B.C., that .Lcrves to be known. It will be ap. oroved by sensible men to-day. Fanittful-as dog, the lonely shep herd's pride. True-as the helm, the bark's pro' iectjng guide, Firm-as the shaft that props the towering dome, f weet-as to shipwrecked seaman and and home, Iovcly-as child, a parent's sole de light Radiant-as morn that breaks ; stormy night. Gratful-as streams that in some deep recess, With rills unhoped for, panting tra vellers bless. The Woman is happy whose circum dtances suit her temper, but she is halp, pqer who can suit her temper to her cir C:L IT:t ance5s. A man hns no more religion than wI arts out in his life. The seed sown in the ground contain an itself the future harvest. The har vrst is hut the development of the e,-r" of life in the seed. A holy act FtrFni. then...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COWWARR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

COWWARR. The following are some addi tional particulars in connec.ion with the presentation to Mr.' and Mrs. Robt. Douglas, which took place on the eve of thc:r departu e for the city: A very large and influent'al ga thering of fr:cnlds and xisito s trom Melbourne, Traralgon. Toon.ab bie, G!engarry and the isurround ng distr:cts, aemb.ed to bid fare well to Mr. and Mrs. DougIs. Counci:lor Morgan proposed the health of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, and the toast was drank w th musicat honors. Messrs. R. Farmer, J. Lanr, M. H-lammill, G. O'Bren, Parke-, H. Mitchell, and several other-, spoke in glowing terms of the departing guests. After tlhi4 the vounemn~erb:rs o the company amused themselves by dancine and a musi'al pro-, gramme. Songs were rende ed by Messrs. G. O'Brien, Pollock. Ha> rison, Hawe. and others. Counci'lor Morgan presented Mr .nd Mrs.. Douglas during the even ming with a purse filled wi h 0o vereigns, as a token of the great esteem by which they are hell by their many frie...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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TWO CASES OF SNAKE BITE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

i'IWO CASES OF SNAKE BITE. tWhilst fishing a'ong Bi!ly's Creek on Sunday last Mr. Robt. M'Ken aie, of North I-aezlwood, had a somewhat starting experience. In lumping down the bank of the creek he landed right on to:, of i large snake, which commenlced to ,wrigle round his legs. Mac. has klancecl many a good reel iq his time, but he never danced before like he did when he landed on the serpent He did rieels itwo step, cake walk and "serpentine," and various others without a strain of music, but when Mac. ¶elt a sud klecn sharp sting through his boot he stopped dancing, nn:l foundl the snake had di'appearel. He cal led to his son, who was fishing up the creek, and with a knife set to wvork on his foot o draw blood. AM Cashman's house was close by Mac hastened thither in the lo.e ol be ing suppl'ed with a thop of Scctch or Irish-he was'nt paiRticuIar as ;to which-and strange to say, he had no sooner reached Cashmari's than .Dr. Sutchffe arrived at the same place. It also happened that...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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SAD BATHING FATALITY NEAR TRARALGON. A GLENGARRY YOUTH DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

SAD BATHING FATALITY -o-- NEAR TRARALGON. A GLENGARRY YOUTIH DROWNED. A very sad bat ing fatal ty, 1;; .vhich a youth nametd A:bert (;l bert, 22 years of age, an I a resl sident of (;lengarry, 'ost his life, orIcured ini the a trobe river em Sunday afte-nooi. S!hortlv after tw. o' lock on. Sunday after :oo: thre y tun:,, Ien named Bertram (; 11>b r, !oc Mat tinson, and G;eor c El n, ', ent: down to a fav :ri e la c o tht river, abuttn; MIr. Vre 1 F ,rmcr's 1)roperty, to a s',ii. Th1,three went In where( the I)n3k l c\cs away quickly, an! tili:. wate rea ches a depth oft ron ui:lht i, ten. feet. All (ou! s tal i. tix', but, 'lot very mu " . Soe i rat r at r Gilbert and Matitn oi ' ent i to deep water, but IE to1 ke .t .car the bank. iThe two for?cr wcre coming out, and Mat ns,,n had actually rectdhe I lh" ban't when he hcard an exclaira ion from ;Gil bert, and on 1o king round ,aw mum sinking. Mat"lin o0 irlun ed mn agamn, and grAbbed Gi'b r by the hair, but the latter caughli ,ol...

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THE RAILWAYS. BORDER LINES PLANNED MOVE THIS YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914

TIE RAILWAYS. F BORDER LINES PLANNZD p MOVE THIIS' YEAR. SIn the coming session of th" New South Wa'es parliament, the p?roposai for the construction of bordler railways mn the Rivernma khstrict will again be considered. Some time ago the Premiers of New South Wales and Victoria en tered into an agreement in con' ec tion with the proposed extenslons :ot certain Victorian lines across the Murray river into the Riverma khstnrict, beyond Euston, Wnt worth, and Moama. Under the 'agreement Victoria is to buildl an extension from Chillingol ah north to the south bank of the Murray, at its own cost, Inad then to carry the Ii-e across the river to Eus ton, two-thirds ol the cost be'ng borne by Victoria, an:l ne-thi d by New South W\ales. A line wilt then be run almost Uue north into New South Wa!cs, at that Statk's cost, on the understanding that, when it is complete, Victoria will opera e this railway, an:d will a low New South XWa'ci current rate' ot interest on the capital expended. Rail...

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