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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
A CARD, A CARD | E, R. WARREN, Commissioner of the Supreme Court for | tailing ntVidavits. HDuiiucncL'il the practice of his | fession ut Trafalgar, visiting TARRAGON on FRIDAY MOE on TUESDAY and Thorpdalc when required. ' INCOME TAX SCHEDULES MADE UP 'Melbourne Agents GAYAN. DUFFY A ICING (A CARD(. Mr Hubert Kelly, M.A., L.L.P>. Barrister and Snlimlur, J'rochir &lt;fc Conveyancer HAS commenced the practice of his Profession in MOK and visits the Surrounding Courts when required. Income The Returns compiled. Loans Negotiated and other Ageno Work Ellected. DENTISTRY. F8ED H. MACARTNEY, Etocorded by the DKNTAh Board of Victoria MAY bo consulted at hia Surgery Contingent St., TRAFALGAR vhere the best advice can be obtained, dud all appliances up-to-date. The Amesthetic usedlms been certified q by Or Afoliison, Bacteriologist. Mel ournc Hospital, MOE visited first and third Friday in cuch month. XA^RAGON visited Second iwkI Fourth Tuesday iu each month. Private address: "Eure...
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT CATHOLIC CUUUCH Thorpdalo-Muss 9. Moo-.-Mttsa 11. Trafalgar-Vespers 7.H0. Church of Euglaud services lor Sunday next Trafalgar 11, Shudy CreoleYarragon 7. (n.r.) G. W. Blanclmrd ; Moo°JI, Trafalgar E. 2.80, Trafalgar, 7. Mr Fislier. Presbyterjan Services Trafalgar Sunday School -Imiivcrsury. 11 11.111. and 7 p.m., ROV. II. A. ?Diinti'iiii; Yarrngon '2,:)0-Same ; "MOD 7 p.m \r» \V, H. Qreen. ' ' ' Methodist services will be hold neit Sunday at. follows - : Trafalgar 11, Student, Coalvillo 1), Wells; Thorpdale !S. Caunter; ChildeiH 3 Wulkor, Narracan ii, Student; Nurracan 7, Student; Moo !!. Green , Tunjil Sth. i), Rev Mitchell; Willowgrovo 11, Mitchell.
The Times. FRILAY, MAY 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
FRIu.YY, MAY Sth. The Uov. Crossley, who took hie dojnimiI'D from Trafalgar a. week or two ii^o, left lor England 0:1 Wed nesday last. Tho iv-JCl mooting oC the "aro.\n Shire Council will bo bold on May tho IRfcli. AH iiimoiincuil in our last issue the local Statu .School Committun in f.tMul holding n Bu/.nnr and Sain of Gifts, surly in July. The proceeds will bo dovotod towards the erection of phullor shi'df), purclmae of piano, sewing machine anil garden tjola. Donations in money or ^oods will ho welcomed by the Committee, and they anticipate ;i liboral rosponao from those interested in tho School's wulfare, The tnujurity of settlers west of the seven mile, have clcmied out the drains ;&lt;buttinp their holdings. If this practise was more tfunevally adopted, tho danmgo done by flood waters would be minimised consider ably. A wide spread feeling of regret was expressed thnmaliont Trar'alyar and distriot, when it lieenmo known thut. Mrs Macartney, nuilhur ot Mr ITred. II, Ma...
Scheme Interested Him. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
Scheme Interested Him. The "Black Hand" Soclcty wrote a man a letter demanding that ho put £1000 In a box at the corner ol X and Z streets at nine o'clock on Fri day night, or they would blow up the beautiful homo o£ his wife's mother. Instead of the money tho man put a note In tho box, "Nothing doing in the money line, but tho BCheme you suggest interests mo." It is curious that a man and a girl who have found room in the same chair before they marry often And there is scarcely room for them in tho same house nftor they aro mar ried. Maude: "She's such a quiet little person that I'm surprised to hoar she's wearing a diaphanous skirt." Edna: "Perhaps sho believes in the ojd Baying that little girls phould be wi. but not heard."
BLACKIE'S SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
BLACKIE'S SYMPATHY. A delightful story is told of the grand old professor of whom Edin burgh is so proud. Professor Blackie was lecturing to a new class with whose personnel he was very imperfectly acquainted. In answer to some direction giVen by the lecturer, a student rose to read a paragraph, his book in his left hand. "Sir!" thundered Blackie, "hold your book in your right hand." And us the student would have opoken, "No words, sir! Your right hand, I say!." The Btudeut held up his right arm, ending piteously at tho stump of its wrist. "Sir, I hae nae richt hand," he said, ami his voice was unsteady. Before Blackie could open h'.s lips, there arose from the class such a ter rific storm of hisses as one perhaps must go to Edinburgh to hear, and by it his voice was overborne as by a wild eea. Then the professor left his place and went down to the student he had unwittingly so hurt. He put liis arm about the lad's shoulders and drew him close, and the lad leaned up against his brea...
THE OREAT COVENAN[?], [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
PHE OR 10 AT COVENANT, Uy lMstrtr WL'SSKLL. Tex I: "I have Hvroru. siith Jehovah, % . . Ttmt f will greatly blrs* tW, and I will ( n'.«\\!iir.ly Miti'iijilv 'by >. «..) :h thcr .-tar.-, ni' hi.iv.ru ,in&lt;l ,i&lt; ;Ih« miiuJ uni&lt;-h i« upon iho . . .Anil in !vi»>m intf thy >rtil >' ill ;*'I llu- n;tti>.iis ot tlio 4-arth fili-tf :li. iii>i l\r&lt; " .Si* tln»ll-il tul Vt H - A20, ID IMill, Maker in justly >i-n toiioin-.' Hi* ili.-i'huU tnt children tn intiMi.th (I tli.it iiUi (iniiti'ly tl"' Si I-.I ol the WOIIMII W'llM ilinnft thr N &lt;i»* iii's lita.i. 'n.i> l.i.M.M JjHuinivL' \v,i&lt; ( 1M- lii -l inlinuiion ill tlii jOiviiu- tuctvy wiiii li our Cr«at&lt;»i pur|K>M'(l in llimsrli" [[PASTOR. RUSSELL)) from h&lt;fn;e t!u' i-'iiii ilati.'ll of till' w.irl'1 tunes niter. C"'l -I"1-1' !n. Au''> lum, .ilt. i- li'&lt;-t ic>ti11in- f.iitl" Ipvil'y. liiin nn n'i..ti'>1 I'1'' ......
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All nights Reserved. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD By L. T. MEADE, Author ot "The Soul ot Margaret Rand," etc. Published by arrangement with Ward, Look and Co., London & Molbourne. All nights Reserved. CHAPTER iv. Mrs. Bollairs waited anxiously lior huBband. She wanted to toll him J\hat alio had done, but at the same time Bho honestly dreaded Imparting her news, for it' there were an up right, steadfast, high-principled man, t was 1 oter BelialT. Ho might not like her having written to the hotel to Invito Mr. Kruger to lunch, and yet she could scarcely keep him in ig noranco, for only by telling him could she got possession of the motor-car, which was to convey the worthy law yer to Sunnyslde. In the afternoon a letter arrived from Ralph. He implored his mother to let him have £100 without delay. I liavo got into a littie trouble over bridge," ho wrote, "and must pay it at once. You'll manage, won't you, mums, dear, for you never failed a follow yet." (No, and never shaii," thought the mother.) Iler hopes w...
WINDMILL WIRELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
WINDMILL WIRELESS. Holland iB so flat that tho wind mills with which It Is studded aro landmarks that can be seen for miles. So tor centuries tho windmill arms have been used as convenient signalB. Blrtlis, deaths and marriages aro often announced by tills method in stead of by newspaper. Tho whole neighborhood knows that there has been a birth In tho miller's family if tho arms are seen In tho po sition of a narow capital X, and with tho two upper sails unfurled. It tho millor is being married, the arms form a broader X, with ull tho sails unfurled. A death In tho mlllor'a family ia announced by tho wheel being turned till the arms form an upright CTOBB, with all the sails unfurled. When this signal Is shown all tho other mills of tho region show their sympathy by following suit. Tho code of windmill "wireless" Is quite a lengthy ono. Tho doctor cau be callcd, an appointment postponed, and tho messago road miles away.
HISTORIC STAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
HISTORIC STAINS. Visitors to the famous castle of Wartburg, in Germany, are always very carefully shown a big black patch upon the wall. The room where this stain upon the wall is shown was occupied by Martin Luther when he was a prisoner In this castle, and here he commenced his famous trans lation of the Bible. The tradition is that Satan appeared to him in this room in order to make certain plaus ible suggestions to the great Reform er. His reply was to take up hie Ink stand and throw It at his visitor's head. It crashed against the wall, leaving a stain which has been rever ently preserved ever since. Undoubtedly the most Interesting room in Scotland Is the sleeping chamber of Mary Queen of Scots, In the Palace of Holyrood, which still stands as it was when she occupied it. The walls are hung with tapestry, and half-covered by It is a small door leading to Queen Mary's secret stair. It was by this secret stair in the year 1566 that the assassins of the Queen's Italian secretary,...
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
CHAPTER V. When Sheila camo to Sunnyside it was precisely as though the entire house was lit up by something joyful, something which strongly resembled sunshine. Sheila, whatever the Afri kanders thought of her, was only a child, and she behaved exactly like one on this occasion. Her face was wreathed in smiles, her eyes were more expressive even than usual, the gleam of her pearly teeth showed when she laughed and talked. She was particularly affec tionate to Peter Beliairs and to Mar garet, his w^ife. She ran gaily about the grounds picking the daffodils and violets, and altogether behaving like a young thing who had never before enjoyed the delights of full liberty. Sheila waB very much interested in her new garments, and as she tried on oach jacket, each skirt, each hat with its simple band of ribbon, she flew out to try to find her beloved Uncle Peter. She always called him Uncle Peter. Ho was hor beloved, her darling. Peter Beliairs gazed cri tically at the frocks and hats. Ho...
II. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
The dusk hail fallen some time, and had almost turned to decided dark ness, as Cranlelgh'a -wife stood l)y the open studio window, waiting for Cur tis to come up to dinner. She hated having her meals alone, and since her husband's departure Dick and she usually dined together, either at home or out at a restaurant. They had been very pleasant, all those llttlo tete-a-tete meals, and the little jaunts that had been the order of things dur ing this past two monhs of Cranleigh's absence. And it was wonderful, now she came to think of It, how quickly the time had passed. Two days later licr husband would bo tack-dear, good-natured, easy-going "old John. And Dick-to-morrow Dick would be gone. She wondered curiously, as she leaned her arms on tho window-sill, watching the twinkling lights on the river, that turn it .by night Into a won derful enchanted land, full of mystery and fascination, juBt why ho was go ing off to AlgiorB on tlilB trip; and she realised with somewhat startling sudde...
THE TEST. STORY OF A WOMAN'S AWAKENING. I. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
THE TEST. STORY OF A WOMAN'S AWAKENING. 13y Constance Enne. Cratileigh, on his side o£ the break- | fast table, looked up witn a sudden exclamation of dlsnmy from tho letter 1 he was reading-a hie, ollicial-looking document. "Little woman," he said, regret fully, watching his wife's face, "I've got to leave you." She put down a morsel ot toast and stared at him in pretty consternation. "Leave me?" she echoed. Then silo Hashed all the armor of her dimpling smile at him. "Tired of me at last, John?" she aslted lightly. lie laid a strong-looking brown hand over one of hers as an answer to her query. 1 "I'm afraid it's going to be more than the usual few days this time, .Midge," he said; "and I can't take you out with me-Cairo. It means a couple of months, 1 expect. The Chief"-he turned to the big, import ant-looking sheet again, headed Down ins-street-"The Chief says I'm to hold myself in readiness to start to day, if necessary." Her brow pucltered into n frown. "But 1 don i see In the...
IV. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
iV. The woman shrank 'back with a cry of tear, and Dick Curtis flung a pos Bcssive arm about her Bhoul'ders-an action which maddened the man con fronting them. "Take your vile hand from my wife, you 'brute!" ho said violently. "Since you've turned up at this in opportune moment," said Curtis BIOW ly, "you may as well learn the truth onco and tor ever. It you hadn't boon a blind tool-surely tho simplest God over allowed to live In this topsy turvy world-you would have known better than to go away and leave mo In charge, so to spcalc. of your wlte. 1 tried to blind myself to things, tout 1 was not quite strong enough; that's all. I'm only a very human, ordinary ilesli-and-blood chap, you sec-not a saint, not even a level-lvcadcd old slow-conch like yourself, without any thing like real deep feeling. And your wife loves me, d'you understand, (Jranleigh? It's damned hard on you, perhaps, but thero it 1e-a sort ot 'Fate,' you see. The pity 01 It Is we didn't all find out before you marri...
III. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
III. Someone in the flat below was play ing a violin, exquisitely, tenderly, and the long-drawn notes of "Salut d'Am our" came floating up. "Does anything, even 'playing the game,' matter in a case like yours and mine?" asked Curtis. ."I-oh, I don't know," she mur mured weakly. "I-I've always 'play ed the game,' Dick; and now-It's so madly difficult. He has been good to me." . "Good!" echoed her companion, hla voice tense with passion. "D'you think that's love? 1£ he loved you, or you hiin, I might have gone away and said nothiug. But in your heart of hearts you must know it's mo you love. And to a woman like you, isn't love-love, I say-the only thing that matters?" She shivered. "John," he went on-and liis tone was contemptuous almost-"Is a good sort. And"-lor a second the best in him rose-"it's because he's been my pal that I've held back as long as this, but he's a good deal to blame himself, tor all the world would say, my dear, that lie has simply thrust matters in to my hands;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
This House from £.135 . If so, Then Don't come to a FINAL Decision About Your New Cottage before Consulting Me. Trafalgar Timbe Yards B.S.A. Bicycles From £10. Upwards. All Duplicate Tarts Kept i" Stock. I.ucal A^ont for the Scottish Union and Nat ional Fire and Accident Insurance Company. ^''There's Nothing like Leather" -Excepi the Fine Leather and Skilful Wotkm&nship used in the Saddfei, Harnei*. and .ther requisites supplied by The Trafalgar Saddlery W- S iLate of Melbourne). HAS .^talili~hiil An KllVeiivu Sy>ti".uof KHUIMVUIIJ an.I Tnins IIIirIiT)tr Orders liy POST und MAIL. Customers - l)OX'T HESITATK. Satisfaction As sured. Tilt-: Shop bus been specially tilt. il tip to to eater for all l.neal mill District Require ments at Guaranteed Mel bourne Prices. All Itepuir Work Ncnlly :u>d Promptly Kllcctcd. Contingent Street, next Mechanics Hall, &lt;8> &lt;g> TRAFALGAR &lt;8> &lt;8> All orders promptly performed. Charges Mod...
COALVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
COALVILLE Special Rcchabito weather greeted the -It,!), Anniversary of the local tent, when celebrations appropriate to the occasion were held in the Methodist Church, on Sunday after noon, 2l>th. and continued in the form of a public meeting and cofl'ce social on the following evening. On each occasion thero was a good attendance. Bio. J. Lydiate, D.D.R. who occu pied I he pulpit, proved interesting and had the .satisfaction of discours ing to an interested congregation. Special temperance hymns were chosen for the occasion and Sister Small officiated at the Organ. Although Sunday was an ideal day, the wet, side of the question was in evidence 011 Monday, which induced the 1).D U. to say that even Recba biies found its Tent, serviceable to keep out the wet. However, the en thusiasm prevailing in the temper ance movement in this district, ia well established, as there war* a good attendance, including visitors from Narracan and Moe. l!ro. Manly, lJ, I!, occupied th(! chair, and s...
TRAFALGAR MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
TRAFALGAR MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Committee Meeting. Tlw monthty meeting ol' thoabove was held "ii Tlmi-siliij, tlic liOili. nit. There was u lull aiioiid incH oi mem bers, tho President. Mi- Wmron, presiding. ^ An application from Or. Marsden, Secretary of tin' Cinderella Club, for a i nduction in the charges fortheuso of tho ball for their functions, was dealt with. No reduction was made, but it was agreed to permit tho use of tho hull one night, free, in the event t&lt; the club holding (fight dances as statod by the applicant. S. Smith, Caretaker, applied for an increase in salary. It' was resolved to increase Bamo from £18 to £20. I'ROPOSKI) M/nntATlOXS TO nUIIiDlN'c, Estimated Cost £280, For some time past, tho Commit tee htivo been considering tliu quest ion of making various alterations to the Institute and bring it more up to-dato in utility and appearance. Mr McLean, an architect and mem ber of the Committee, was instructed to draw up plans and submit them fov tbe con...
WADDING BELLS. MA[?]NUSON-MATHIESON. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
WADDING BELLS. MA.0N USON-MA.THIESON. . A very prettv wedding whs cole brated at the residence of the bri le's parents, "Kaycmont" 17 Muir Street, Hawthorn, 011 Wednesday, 15th. April, when Mr Herbert Magnuscn, third eldest son of Mr and Mrs A. P. Magnuson of Sale (late of Trafal gar). was married to Miss Alice Mntheson, fifth daughter ot Mr. and Mrs A Maihesmi, of Hawthorn (late Trafalgar, Gippsland.) The ceremony was performed by the Isev. Saloway. The britle who wai tiivcn away by her father, looked charming in a town of white ivory Crepe-dc-chinc, whioh was made from the latest Parisian Fashion, with an ovcrskirt of shadow lace. A tulle veil with a Scotch thistle worked in each corner was arranged with a wreath ot orange blossom, and she carried a shower bouquet. The bride wore the bridegroom's gift-a ruby and pearl necklet. There were four bridesmaids in attendance,-the Mifises Annie and Florence Mathcson (Bisters of the bride) and Misses Dolly and Amy Alaanuson (sisters of the...
Australian Workers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
Australian Workers' Union. Mr llollowny, organiser for the A, W.U. iiddrensud ouvurul hundred el ectorH in 'i'l'alulgur, on Saturday nigln. Tlio speaker wus accoidi'il a somuwhnt mixed rt>20|itioii and tray ersed lunch of tin; ground initially covered 011 Labor jdiitfornm, jrout licduetiona in furniture during May-A Special DmcuuuI of 1'2J per cent (3/0 ill tlio £1) will lie allowed on all ' tSjjut C'usli Putcliiii-eB of Furniture.
Yarragon Cinderella Club. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 8 May 1914
Yarragon Cinderella Club. Tli" C.iwlerell:i Janui*, held in con nect i o n with the Yiuriigon Tennis &lt;Jlub. on Wednesday, the 29th. ult. wa« ik most enjoyable all'air, About fifly couple wisre prusmit, and the euoceas attained has fully demon strated that the popularity of these functions during the winter months will bo fully assured, 'l'lio refresh ments provided woro much apprec iated. The floor was in oxcollent trim, and the tnnsio provided was sufficiently enchantiuf,' to win ap proval from tho merry "trippora" whose enjoyment wan so pronounced that tliny seemed loth to depart on their homeward way. &lt;