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NARRACAN. WEDDING.—COOK—WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905

NARRACAN.1/vl?;> / WEDDING.—COOK—WHITE. I at me orjae s parem s residence, bar racan, on the 31st ult., the contracting parties being Air H. Cook, third son of Mr and Mrs F. Cook, of Buln Bu!n, and Miss Jessie White, second daughter of Mr and Mrs $tepb> White, late of Nairacan. There was a large number friends present. The ■ performed by the Rev. L. 1.1 of Trafalgar. The bride was gi away by her father, and looked i .handsome.in a travelling dreRS of grey cashmere, trimmed with silk and lace. wreath and veil. The Lily White, sister of the bride, who won voile, trimmed with lace, the t being Mr W. Cook, brother of the After the ceremony, the guesty sa down to a well-spread table. The Rev. Fielding, in a neat speech, wished the newly-married couple every happiness in the future. Mr and Mrs Cook were the re< , of many hearty congratulations and good wishes. The following list of presents received :— Mother and Father of Bride (Mr and Mrs ' Mrs. S. \ Mri>. While. Jun...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YARRAGON BUTTER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905

Iyarhagon butter company. The Yarragon Co-operative Butter Factory Company, recently formed in the neighboring town, is starting under exceptionally favorable con ditions. The company has secured a , splendid properly, at a reasonable cost and oil easy terms. Operations will .be commenced at a favorable time of itli^ year, with the prospect of one of «ie'' beBt seasons ever known in the aistrictJ Of the 2000 shares made availajne by the management, a large proportion have already been taken up and others are being applied for iud issued, suppliers having responded heartily in this respect. The director ate consists of thoroughly practical men, with, up-tc-date business ideas; while the legal affairs of the companv will be under the capable control of Mr. M. Davine, solicitor, of Warragul. The shareholders have every confidence in the management and in their factory, and nothing is so likely to ensure success as coniidence. Matters are so far advanced that operations will be commence...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WILLOWG[?]OVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905

\\ WILLOWGrtoVE. i Mr E. A. McKenzie, tho for five | years held llie position ol manager of tlic Willowgrove creamery, and is \ to leave the district, was accor ded a send-off on Friday Uight. Cr. Anstey, on bebalf of 'f'djnts of \\il Wrove, Hill End »"d MA, presented Mr McKea*»e with a purse of sove reigns, and Mrs Mckenzie with a haidsiiM silver tea-pot-4from her lady friend- at The Grovt.

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905

" MOE. Porter Richards, on two stationed for a terra at Moe, i sent at Trafalgar. During the past week the Sbire \Secretary (Mr. B. Langford) has been away in Melbourne in connection \ the law suit, Levietoa v. Shire. The work iu connection with the three bridges between Moe and West bury is nearing termination. The un favourable weatb?r, together with ill jio- - )i:is been much against the 7""select:!!" from Moe Club, journeyed u Wednesday, where on the local range.! .cored a win—by 19 , Mr T. Haigh lost a fable st^n Jjis block of land to It is believed that death through being —probably the work r of a rifle. meeting is to be the unused roads question, land loJders in thiLtrict having received lotices of aament. Not a iplain thalsessments made t /"to stiff." OnTirmer(Mr. W. Beck) ; jfhas, we be!iev« " part up" £1 per } (acre for use of iething like 10acres' of river frontngt Mr H. Robiii^ residing on the 1 Narracan CreekIfers a suggestion i j which, if caid into effect, i should c...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR PEARLS, A Tale of the Early Days [All Rights Reserved] CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905

✓ f<5r pearls, i*l fc\ ft. iiUJNTiSK. i. Tale 01 the Early Days lA11 HightB Bcseryed] CHAPTER XI. Aui-Vs. »uh# on ^ ior tlx- fami.y dl^cht!' ViXH'Z: iiflai, r^u»a ID Im^'nu'Jrr £'hJ£ | II us latter I Ml v.oil!L<5 "iid ojiingrler. 1':. i uilAin wondered ail., .Tuard, wiiut Mie would hav»' Jotic «r«^JKTtttS! »'>™ hal1 rrewvwl lioiu S^*w^rr;2:j2 tofesyaKt ■^sy&srat st'.,llld t!ie niDiiciianoL- tn this m™ h..J. Oi um lmui whosL- vwi-y look was :,at«. lul to hor, Harry refused t'j acknow ledge Spc.iicvi- »» his prospective bro ths other siiould'diV^foreUtiieIlitii yuitou* cej-t-mony took place- but bpencer, knowing tho nature of the v<?, iinit evilly t ;n,,ru;r,h;™;s"i'^';^hSd| juiuig jjn'ji.-—;ukJ „„ne j,u; o< & fcTJTuS JE,^ scrs^; '1":;,,^,"^^ :k brtL k„„„„ t0 UllU sell; but tho divine pa,.,';,,,, ieniod to have wry llttie to do with it. This tJi««t'wi,im. IwHoivr, w„ml c'ccilo not at all, , -i■',■[,■. to acid t„ tier mi, u...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALLAMBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905

\/' ALLAMBES. AA very disastrous lire lias occurred, which completely destroyed the dwell ing house owned hy Mr. Jjiramous, of Allainboe, and occupied by Mr. Plur, his son-in-law. While the family were engaged at Milking the house was seen to be in flames. 'I lie build ing and its coutents were destroved. There was no insuranc on either, "and the origin of the lire is unknown.

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905

SmiiE Notices. Shire of Narracan. LIST OF CONTRACTS FOR SEPTEMBER MEETING. fPFNDERS are invited and will J- be received at the Shire Hall, Moe, up tiil 12 o'cl"ck noon on Friday, the 22nd duy of September, 1005, tor— Contract No. 69 | 05, Form ing and Metalling »il»out 2 chains Jordan'* Road, Thorpdale. Tenders to be accompanied with a deposit equal to 5 per cent of amount thereof. Specifications can be seen at the Shire Hall, Moe, and at Cr. Dickinson's Office, Thorpdale. The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. All accounts and correspondence must be in the hands of the Secretary on the Tuesday before the meeting. D. G. GALLOP, C.E., p.--** "• Shire Engineer. Shire Ball, f Moe, 7 i 9 |,05. i,y m fvsrjSYr m 3 W1,il" ,w*f s &1™™1 ,Uito ,fcif« «* "Sit «>,, rum? Iiri"dte U"'l'r' m"d' "S1" «»-» rigk» A^tS/SSJ^^ 8 ** ^One iw4l While IlTO!, ,10 ^ Mr' **eaap """' WW »«** »*»* tarn* JOHN McMAHON, iw^-rrm,_ • Busixess Notices. [cw,JR.] r<B 'gtore, TRAFALGAR....

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COALVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905

COALVILLE. rv A ren.arkab:o_thit.g bagejied . r. J. Tbor] "t)f the cows ' * • id ilk, having calved | eight days, gave birth to another calf. The first was a remarkably small on»% for such a large cow, but perfect iu other ways. The second one is a good-sized and perfectly healthy calf. The cow, until Sunday morning, seemed to be in a normal condition. A c ncert held io the M'-tbodiat C;uir<'b on W'cdnuMUj la-t with the ohj t of raising fund* t" ••ieut a Fence Tuntnl th>a Siait* Schi> <1. Owing to the indum> my <f the w. atSer, the attendance was only f*ir. These present, however, spent so enjoyable evening, the coramitte» having arrange! a good programme. The various i'ems w re well receive'!, the schorl children rendering their part of the pr gr M"i» excellency, ebow.ng (he effects of effi cient twining on the part of th^ir teacher (Miss Soaimervilie), who, with the coininitt>-e. went tow good deal if trouble f) make tlie concert n succ...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wheat Farming [?] Wimmera. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905

Wheat Farming Wimmera. What is popu/orly JaiQu Wimmcra district, is »vL"„h STi Qxu>n«">8 toun Tv-aSS miles north-west from m«i>1 *w. SiSria ttwny to the Kiver Suim!?Sfr»a^,Jffbt border"Th* i^Z theridiesrK^nVi™"568 St"ne oi ^ »S"«vS ™rurpw°S- ,!!f*??d "?»"«. and is production of wheat ^h^Wi^ and district was first occudiS „^,mmera lorai lease about £?Uftder P"8* the very earliest s«ftt ifgo' Hm<>ng Uphill),, i'irebraco (Vect/s) -Mc-Uooaid I,Upper iieeidrjs i>iL.K . an^ iidols A ofZ3C^>t Witt ">e over, camp * itr« 01 bow 'and' ?a° thro™1^ the and it 1S 1Pom selection, CnS%H w»miUfflS15- SutArf?jr,"psJ1y ,n>® io"??aa0' COUI8e' ^ P^cer^te Pw^aps, tiW cffilit^ST1k P'y- oue te^i of wSp«Waier fup* constantly emninwLi ea waa kept jeep th:ySSLl SS£*.£5tf Sa^?' 7879" ~Sf ££ purtment twice"* t1® Jia,i'>v<'iy Do ttw «m r n'J' * thJough it was a cVm£ '*«' i? ,those or 1 «gm lor a score Slc'S™r,w' wS'x surr */ ^ W a »v-eS tc Siv«'tS?ATd loss home {...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AVIAN TUBERCULOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905

AVIAN TUBERCULOSIS. The supervision over the health of most of our domestic animals id fair ly estabiisiKxl, and Ulere is ample 1-rooi vjiai tue instruction 01 nuimais suuermg iioui disease lo wnieii man is also nabie greatly minimises the risk 01 sucn to human beings,^ but tnat Lists m our leathered tribes is a known | tact to science, Out little is suspeci . votes t'iie whole of his professional time to the treatment of caged and pet buds, it is shown that over half the number oi deaths ia these have been caused by tuberculosis. To what ex tent tnis disease occurs amongst our Australian captive birds is impossible to determine, but, for many reasons, the iact that this and otner diseases dangerous to man do exist iu our fea thered friends should be more widely known; not for the mere curiosity of knowing the cause from which the birds die, but to warn people of the risk oi transmission of disease from birds to human beings. Curiously (perhaps naturally) people of delicate constitu...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAW CASE. LEVISTON V. NARRACAN SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 September 1905

LAW CASE. LEVISTON V. NARRACAN SHIRE An action in now being heard by Mr Justice a'Beckett, in the First Civil Court, in which John Leviston, farmer, is claiming £400 from the shire of Narraean, as damages for trespass. It appeared, from statements made during the course of the trial, the plaintiff became the registered proprietor of the allot- ment No. 26, in the parish of Moe, Gippsland   district, in June, 1902 but did not go to re- side there until February, 1904. On 18th June last shire officers removed some of the fencing, thus leaving his stock unprotected, with the result that 120 head, valued at L3 per head, strayed away, and were lost. Plaintiff was put to a considerable amount of trouble in looking after the animals and in securing others which got away from his control, losing the value of milk and their use otherwise while they were absent from the farm. The trespass was declared by the shire officers to be authorised, the fences being removed to open up the...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PIGS FOR SMALL FARM [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906

PIG8 FOR SMALL FARM There is < that makes them emiihati<| stock for the poor man farmer, and that.is the ~ turns which tlTèy.. aff rapfjifr with which i given ¿ in a good, thrifty ■ row two good litters of : that will run from seven t in each litter; and if proj care be given, these may be jeá&Vtotf market by the time they are eighi nine months old at the latest. No oth* er stock kept on the farm will make so good a return in so short a time. Sheep will come nearest* it, but in the same length of time a pig will make double the weight of a latnb, Another advantage with pigs is that they are marketable trom the time they are farrowed until they aro fat* tened for market. A sow with a lit ter of pigs, and growing pigs three, four or five months old, will always sell at full market prices; so that the farmer is not obliged to feed them to maturity to get a little money out of them. With a little management pigs may be fattened to sell In the spring and aut...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURE. ERADICATION OF WEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906

, agriculture. : ERADICATION OF WEEDS. ¿ Eradication of weeds already pres ent ía¿p$stureB depends on the parUcu-. Faáyjháve to b* repeated several tim$ during the gróY/ing 8eason, aa ïïiny of them- will ^d np,ne^prSt?^ the case of b-iennîals or perennial® with tap-roots/ cutting the latter -un- - der ground «4 befcenth the -crowñ" is effective. P^ennlals, which spread by underground stems, àre oKtremely " difficult to d^l with, because every "bup on such; a Tätern is capable of grow lag into a nëw, •plant. Ploughing under " siçiply »spreads the plant T>y cutting httiG prflpagatiftg-stems, and scattering* the pieces. No'Very satisfactory way of eradicating weeds of this kind can he ¿Ifen that will apply fot. all casés and conditio«»» A straw mulch, by < excluding the light,-, will sometime« kilf Xljem. .^femnjon salt applied to the ^oil iç,**eîfectfee, ánd arsenat®. of * -soda, one ï)Qund5HïssoWed in eight - quarts otiold Vater, is recommended. This -.can -bç obtained ...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAIRYING. MILKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906

. DA£^fclTto£ c MlUKINÖi > • BttouW ,T»e, ¿boxtè. à»iétly,i : QUíekljv^iBa lnifcs^leâaly a-áskipix. arf': possible." Cows are 'cáréme^%fiil<¿ and.'any -loud noise,, biows; or '"ttto -present© of à strange^dog- in, thfr cow :sScrabl^ ing. milling. It is objectionable: ior more than one reason. The taiik oi^, the fingers drips. bac]c into.'tbe' pail;, the teats, are- eftci\"*&¿oke¿l froifi-the practice; .it is-quite"unnecessary. No body whQ has tried mill3fhg,.-with dry •hands -would, éter -'think p£ -wfetÜüg* Ihèm." The milk "should he draw* by pressure,' not bjj: what .is known Tis ''stripping;", which consists . «^rawing the fingers? do-wn thejjteat.- Grasp the teats; one -tir each haiid, and press, then relax.the grasp, and.èet^the ¿nllfc.flow into the teat again';Before,-.repeating' the'pressure, A'very slight- doMWárd motion-is al.so fcecessary' Milkás quickly*, »s .possible. has. been« found that-*ho more rapldïy'a cow Is milked the larger isr hér^feld. .i...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARY'S REAL LITTLE LAMB. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906

_MAFIY'S "REAL LITTLE' L£M8.':' Mary, who "had a ltttlö£'Iaiab,"'.wag I d, Massachusetts gi/1, anriher-çarticu I lar îarab waô one bf twins, thrust out of tb.«..pea.,by its unnatural--moiheiv. Mary took it home, arid Jt became à family pet. One day it could nowtíeré [be found,,büt "as Mary went." staging [ on hpr way to school lt heafd'her voice ano lo^ioweu Her. AC üiÉssehobl she hicfit. in her desk, till she was called to spelling class, when tic lamb sprang out and pattered after her, to the genera! amusements scholars and teachers. A/féw «aya latet young: Rowlston, son'of a Bö* TjHx. çjdlng-master, produced ¿tttrse; ver sea öf the veil-known peeing Htfw if came, to he published río one knows, for he died soon afterwards,, ignorant of tte poïmlaûtty of hiS'clinesA .The lamh giw- tölpftturity, .«nd came to its deailfâjjy^iiic horas -of an apëry -tOW..:- ' •- rr.? ••

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DAUGHTER OF DORCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906

A DAUGtftfcR-OF DORCHESTER. A story connected -with Dorchester, Massachusetts, when .the town was a rude settlement, shows how-necessary it was then fot- the inhabitants to pos sess tiie quality of courage. An .In dian, on a war-path of his own, tried to entet a house. There. was no one ¿n- the butidfng but. a. maid an<i two ehlUretú Tbû jServitutes.first act "was to, hide the littte ones. ... "Now .lie sttti!'4; she commai^èai and. then she rak fw the fanli|y^tfev The Indian shot througtettíSwiadow • but missed his mark.^l3i^.gl$>did better. She hit tho-sa7dpî:wti&ôj9houl der, witfeh increased Kia^ößan^his deterc.in'àûon to enter the^honse."x • lis' foi-ced a door, but the girl was n>ady. With a quick movement- 'she dashed ,a shovelful of burning cóals : full in his faoe. " Giving a-terrific yell, | the BhU*ux iled.and. was' afterwards , fomui dead in the woods. I rs« goveramettè of MefisKctasott«: presented the- huroine wlth -a silver •'wristband" engraved...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XIII. An Unexpected Caller. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906

, CHAPTER OOII. An Unexpected caner. This imtivijhiiiA vbo baö suaaeiuy ap peared, íiq<1 ""was now mouating the massive steps of ^œth>view, was a very ¡-Ordinary-looting person/ rather shabbily cladj and «ppearing, on the ».whole, as i£ the w<.-(d had not used: him very well of while he was •also pale and •emaijat.ed, as if from loiig illnt-ss. He removed, his^bai^end bowêd -in drew near the lady of the* aS-; though a plight smiJe curved his lipà, as he .observed the eudden pallor, tîurt had driven all the briybta^ss tffTth Imogen's face;"- • . v. "Gooi-xuoniing, madam," he raüárlt Sa m a respecuut tone. i -jgarceive that you remémher rae, In of thé" -clïaoges which I-am a^a0£*iime has meal's' private coUYëls&t.Ioii with Imogen's mind been working with ¡¡ghtuing-lik^TüpiclUy whii£ he wag speaking, aÄä-"ßiie had -resolved upon hcr'couvseV";. ¿ "Good-XDoroingî" sir," shü .resjSftpdéá, 'politely, but somewhat coldly:';"but I thiuk you have made amisiake...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
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IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906

IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE ' By Mrs. G. SHELDON, Authoress of "Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," 'Morta, or The Secret of a Royal CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) "Come, grandpapa,-Chub is at Üie ^uoor, and 1 am all ready," called' a fresh young voice from the great hall of Castleviow—the -viiamt; of Roiand Fletcher's estaje, ^áml so named,-iie manded of Windsor Castle—and the next moment a slight, gracegft. girl, clad in an immaculate suit o( white linen, a [.retty hat set.. ccxiuottishly upou ht']' htad, issued ii'om the door and su-i>i«'<l out Uie porch. Only a minute ^.cfore híi elegant phaeton, dr^wn by .a _ strong, s feck, fat pony, had come whirling around from tlte stabil«, driven by a trim-lookingr Rroum, and siopjjeñ before the ea» ' •** Very well, dour, I will be v/itfe you pre^nil^" wfts- Hie ' roplyv; wJUchi ap parently issued from, the library*." with in, and in tones that sounded strange ly familiar. -, , The young girl is OJive Fletchsr,, the proR]H'Ctive heiress of Castl...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906

DISTRICT NEWS. (FBOM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) NARRACAN. is now general, am) are turning out much bette{ T than was expected. Caterpillars are doing a great deal of damage throughout the district. The holidays passed off quietly. The 3D Qua! picnic, held on the 27th December, although scarcely so well attended as in former years, proved a very enjoyable outing. A concert and • ball was held in the Narracan East Mechanics' Institute in the evening, and was well attended. A grand concert aa<fc.te¡fllf in aid of the Public Hall funds, was held in the hall ou Wednesday last. TJaere wa^a very good attendance, and an excellent programme was presented, the com «gittee having secured the services of jffias L. Hobsón, of Melbourne, who ' was ably assisted by a number of local .artiste. The famous items were nicely rendered. Mr J. Diinond again scored hearty applause with his humorous songs. Miss B, Weir played the aëccfmpaaiments in a oleasine maimer, Cr Sommers satis factorily carried...

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