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MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
MOE. At the Narracan Shire Council meeting on Friday last, a circular from the Fire Brigades' Board was laid upon the table, which is of a very voluminous character. The following extract from same may prove of service to many of our readers: — "Farmers and others shóuld not wilfully place other people's lives and property in grave jeopardy by burning off stubble, -pastures, or cuUggpnh durir.g Jan uary", FWrsuxy, or March". But if is imperative that thoy must do so, the law demands that notice must be given of soch intention to all neighbours in a certain radius of the day of burning (which should not take place before 4 p.m.) so that other landowners and the members of the local fire brig ade inay see that proper precautions against the spread of fire have been takjn, and if necessary assist i o confining the fire." The "Advocate" of Tuesday says:— The many friends of Mr. E: J. Delaney, accountant at the Bank ot Yictoria, Trafalgar—who was recently an inmate of St. Vincent's Hospi...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
M KLDO UIOCE rief'' Xi A UK KT. Messrs. A damson, SirHlÍ9":u>*fí&lt;}, ^Ubiirnc, report under the di^v'jf Thursday 11 tbm*t.:- -0ÍJU piys \rai\3ed. Stores.- ^ Sparingly roptoenLr-d; sold well/ Small, from ™ IDs. to J.2s.; l.-irge; to 17s. J'orkei'$—Heavi.-, supplied; the demand was .steady tbreughout, especially for prime light one. -uedinm weighN - , Prune light. IBs. to 22s.; me li.iui, 23k. to 2Gv • prime, henvy, 2-8 to 30s; .^eoaers-Lsr».- . yaruin^ prices on the wlio'c iully up to laic rates, closing sides being ¿ir. •. I'riineheaw. ,40s to 448. a few choice, I» medium, :tfs to 38s.; light, from 33s.
THORPDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
M-' THORPDALE. Mr Syer, Churcb oí England reader, has been transferred from Buiiyip to Thorpdale. Prior to his departure, he "was presented by the congregation of Sé. Thomas's Church: with a vest ment. a clock, and a morocco-houud prayer and hymn book; Mr Syer also received presentations from the Long warry and GarfieJa congregations. 'L'Jie Rev. S. H. Bçôeze, late of Thorp dale, is Ins successor. À farewell soHaI w;is tendered the R§y. S H. Breeze at ThorpWale on 'Wednesday >1 ¿if^beín^ alargase* Oomplitnentary-roierenc^ ! to the good wort achieved' by /thé rev. gentleman- were- made, wfeilst expressions of'the good-wrll sx tended towards him by, all sections o/'the commuúity¡ accompanied éy those of regret- " at his were also ,,-tnadé use "of. During the evening Mr Moncur (head teacher of the State School), in the course of a few appropriate and feeling remarks, handed to Mr Breeze a purse of sove reigns, subscribed by local towns people. Alt^eth^-tíífi.a^air-wa^ of a ■b^^fcnjo...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
[fí JtlÇTlON REMINDERS. » :&lt;te38^B*;.í«finiinjí3 íl'"' Al o lu Tratulgn? rtftclf'i'iU* lu&lt;i and third ■Satird.iya in each Meó-¡rs. Malhieson awl L>íivj-¡: T rafale:1 stock sali s »flcoiift ;md third" Saturdays in &lt;■:i• ' month. iu'Xi silo--January '27. Messrs. .Nfathiesou aiid Da.id sales last Saturday in each —January 81. Afeßsrs. Skeiv.s and P.-iltoií-' stock sales fortnightly. Ncx', - 30. lltissrs. Adamson. Strettlc and bourue stock sale* as folio Tuesdays, and Wednesday-; C Yards, Thursdays and Friday-'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
u cAim.i J. A. WILMOTH S O N, SOLICITORS, MELBOURNE asu TRAFALGAR. Mr. R. J. Wilmolb Visits Trafalgar c First and Third Saturday in eacli month. (CumvfN^oricrs for Affidavits). HUBEî^ KELLY, Barrister and BûucitoR, proctor aW conveyance»*, TRAFALGAR, MOE ^vkiîy Tuesday. AI! kinds of LKt.iAL VOHK Transacted. GRAY, FRIEND & WILLIAMSON Notary fublic; CoramUubuers of the .Supreme Court of Victoria and of the Bigh Court of Australia. TRAFVLfrAR - VISITED - EVEÜV - SATCRBAÏ. (11.30 a.m. to 5 p.nj). Or on other dates by appointment. TRCST MONIES TO LEND. FRAIfK GEACH, J LL.n„ TRUST MOJI EYS TO LEND. ETr,u> Offjce: QUEEN STREET, WARRAGUL fNcxt 'o "Guardian" Office), "Wlicvo Sir. O.acli may be Consulted Daily. M. DAVINE, TaKIKG ■ST 'i^lO^Lr • i,Kai,rj?J park, SQUCITdt?, 'J 19 CÚLLRÍ.1 ST., M'ELTiOUilSÈ.' j^ONÍES to LKÑD. £100 to £10,01)0. \0 COMMISSION. Tix'olioldy, Leaseholds, Wills and Ollici' Securities: LOWEST 1KTKKEST. medical. La c.vtípJ. DR. 0. F. CMEUN Í.M.I».), TRAFALGAR....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
Business Notices. Still we i. i:.\ i>. SLAUGHTER I SLATIGTEít ! ! AT THE ACME STORE, MAIN STREET TRHFHLGRR, GIGANTIC 1SŒW" YEAR_SALE. GRAY HYAMS Every Article at an EXOEMOl'S - SACRIFICE. All Goods Marked, in Plain Figures. MILLINERY AND DRAPERY DEPARTMENT Are under the charge of MISS CRUTHERS, lute of Ball and Welch, -, BUYEBS — OF — HIDES — SKINS — AND — TALLOW. Agents for the TRAFALGAR NEWS. S. MORRIS, PRACTICAL ^VATCHMAKER JEWELLER & OPTICIAN, A FALGAR .. KEFUL ATTENTION, lU^í^cbbd. TRAFALGAR Cheap Cash Store. MRS. M'tROREY, General Storekeeper, Trafalgar, DESIRES to inform Uie pu blie of Trafalgar and surrounding districts that she bus a Lai*go and Wiill-acieolod Stock of Drapery, Groceries, Boots uud Shoes, Ironmongery, Tinware, &c. Ready-Made I lotliing of all descriptions. Everything sold at Reasonable Prices. ■ifteiit for the Age and Leader, ^Firnes uud Every Saturday. -T: AbeYov Interested ¡n jewellery? cash drapery sioue. 'Î MISSES SMITH (Sovon-Mile Bon...
The News. Nee lemere, [?] timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALCAR, AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
"©fie ^leit) PRINTED - AT*- TRAFALGAR, Published Thursday Mornixgs. THURSDAY, JANUARY IB, 1906. NOTES" AND COMMENTS. By direction oE the council, the sbire secretary is now issuing summonses against all ratepayers in arrears. De fended cases will be heard at the Moe court of petty sessions on 25th inst. In consequence of t)¿e continued spell of dry weather, work was suspen ded for a few days at the Moe saw-mills. In the meantime holes were sunk, and the engine will be started again im mediately. Mr. Catani, C.E„ and several other i officials of the P. Wt department, are to spend some time in the Baw Baws shortly, when they will no duubt make a close inspection of the country in^ that remote and little known of region. - We learn that an area "oT "10,000 acres of grazing land, stretching from Tanjil South, the Baw Bnws and through to Toongabbie, has been re leased from the Government by the previous lessees, at about one-quarter of the former, rental. The land was secured in open ten...
CRICKET. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. THE DRAW. SECOND ROUND: [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
CRICKËT. WEST GIFPSLAND ASSOCIAT!»* THE DllATC. SECOND ROUND: J lie second rouna 01 matcuôs. i& connection with the West Gipgeland Association commence on. SaJrarday 20th inst. All matches to be played on the ^rounc! ot. the lifölriiauic-d club. * - JANUARY 20th. ^ Piouiu V W arragul Warragitl West v Ddrrami Trafalgar v Longwarry FEBRUARY ¡Uta. Warragiil v Trafalgar P*«ium v JVouin . Lotigwurry v V\ avingut W'esl FEBRUARY 37th. £|;ivouui v- ^Yarniyul Trafalgar v V\ arrayul W «.-sr. MARCH 3rd. Tnraum v Trafofgav __ Wiin-agul West v Drouiit Locgwariy v-Warrn^il MARCfl 17tu LongvraiTy v Danniin Warragul v Wnrriigul Droiùu v Trafalgar W biîst playing in a cricket match for the Broa i J ford sbire association, pennant, J. Doyle, öf the M.U.I.O.O.F, team1 bit a ball for which 0 nui« were scored without any overthrow, the ex act, distance tra?evs$] by the IrçU . being 207 yarqi
THE NEWS AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
TU H isTEWS ERTISÍNG MEDIUM. ' would .respectfully direct the .¿Mention of our numerous readers to ^tlie following new* advertisements ap pearing iu..this issue :—=■ First-class sewing machine, Singer's... for sale; cheap. ï-ee advt. ¡ Trafalgar horticultural society's ¡ third armnal show, on Wednesday,4th April. - Coulter's dramatic company, at Tra falgar, this evening (Thursday) —"East Lynnc." Messrs. ii'Kvay and Co., 51 Market street, Melbourne, money to lend- on couutry lands. Trafalgar Dramatic Club. Meeting of members, at mechanics' institute, to-morrow (Friday) evening. . Messrs. Gray and Hyams, store keepers, Trafalgar, give notice that all outstanding accounts due to them must be paid not later than Thursday,"■' 25th inst. WnEV He is N&lt;vr A FpOL.—A man is nearly always a fool. If he be young th© world savs, "When be is older he will know more." If he be olderr it says "He is old enough to know bettevr." And when he is old it says, "There ia no kind of fooj equal ...
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. j ; .Messrs. Mathieson ;v-l Oavis bckl their usuiiï fortnights -i.r,ck sale ,ot Trafalgar on »Saturday í.i-r, 13th insi., m hou they yarded u,",v,N&lt;ts of ¿00" head of mixed cattle, the iiveater part of which they disposed of at prices rather in favor of buyers. I hey auote:—Springers, from £i 2a. Cd. to £■5 58.; store- cows, at from £7, ,€'}, 10s., £3 l¿a. 6d., to £ii »a. A line o£ 2 year old steers, £3 ud. Yearl ings, to £l JOs.; lines ^f heifers At from £1 15s. Gd. to £ö if. Gd.; ows uitn calves, £3 12s. 6d.
NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
KAj?&lt;?ACAN SHIRE" v COUNCIL. o^ñígr-y meeting, $m>ay; ' The ordinary monthly meeting of .die Narracah Siura^ouoc:] was held oft Friday last. Were were present : Crs. Sommers '"(presidènt), Lloyd, Williams, Anatey, Diekinsorv Evans, Mahocy, Da^tój^d* James, ,v Tfie outward correspondence being read and approved ofietbe principal inward was dealt with as follows :— From W. Bloxom, Hill End, referring to the new r^ftd which Mr Went-is applying forpthrough the mining reserve ou Stouj" Creek—and asking that it be continued as far as Oscar Larsen'e» boundary, as lie had no road into bis block.—Received. Robertson,l'Mirboo North J 30,;Mi; forwarding account for repairing land slip on Pohlman'e roa&lt;(. [The account was certified to by Exfyr. Campbell].— To be placed on next paysheet. From E. Towusead, Yarragoh, asking what steps tbe council propose taking in the matter of making the , road to bis block, situated iu Taugil, passable.—£1 to be expended uuder engineer's...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
MULTUM IN PARVO. Advertise iíi this paper ami your business will prosper. To-night (Thursday) Trafalgar — Coulter dvumaùe company — Easfr Lynne. The kosedule sbire council paid dur ing 1905, £92 15s. for destruction of 371 foxes. MsUhicson a ad Davis fortnightly' cattle sale at Trafalgar on »Saturday, January ^7tb. Another'effort is being made to have a lock-up provided at the Trafalgar police .station. All descriptions of Job Printing ex ecuted ;U the ' Narx olRco •• rjuicldy, neatly, cheaply. Mr.X¿icey, late of t'Óalville, icfi the district 'last Monday «veiling, &lt;:>> route l'or England. During 190") tlie indoblodin^s of til© Trafalgar mechanic*' inaiitute was j reduced fr-nn £111 to L'GS. V j Mr. Ii. ■). Wilmolh, solicitor, vijsiu Trafalgar fortnightly—every uHernakv Saturday. Next visit, Saturday, Jmi liary 20. * At the Warragul council meeting last week Contractor B. Oonlev, of Tra falgar, secured several fairly large contracts in Warragul shire. j A large and ...
VALUE OF MAN[?]RE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
_ VALUE OF MAN J RE. Reports bave been received by the Director of Agriculture showing the results of the 23 experimental wheat plots scattered throughout the north- | em area, 10 of them being in the mallee. The returns, show that on the unmanured sections the average yield was 12.6 bushels per acre. Actions where 40 lb. superphosphates was used gave an average yield oí 15.G bushels, while 56 lb. resulted in a return of 18 bushels, and 75 lb. gave 18.6 bushels. The inference drawn from this is that under average con ditions it pays to use 56 lb. of sup erphosphate, as the use of 40 lb., in comparison with that quantity, means a loss of ll\ bushels to the acre, represeuting at preseut prices a loss oí 7/6 worth of wheat for-«fche saving of 8d. worth of manure. I A correspondent, writing on [ of men employed on Goodiog-k draiö^ ! m ¿he Moe Sir-í^p, complains that on : tbe rwAid of piecework paid it is im possible for the workmen to earn more than 3s or 4a per day. He states that one ...
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. An-- experienced" dairyman writes: —Dairying is a difficult matter to deal with, as so many varying condi tions prevail, such as size of farnj, number of family capable of assisting, etc., but I can safely say that an in dustrious farmer with a growing family can make a more regular income from dairying than lie can ¡ from any other blanch of the farm, 1 more especially sincé the market ig almost assured and the separator and milking machine within the reach of all. . What class of cow should the dairyman keep? That is a difficult question to answer. I have been con nected with dairy cattle from my earliest recollection, and am firmly convinced that one of tlie best all round dairy cows is a cow as near the shorthorn as you can afford to go; broad deep hind quarters, plenty oí good soft hair, good colour, and good compact udder. Mate with shorthorn bull from a m*Uk¿ng strain, and your young stock will be saleable at two years old, while your income from ten of...
RATIO OF GRAIN TO BUTTERFAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
RATIO OF GRAIN TO BUTTËRFAT. gives milk with a high percentage oí solids really needs more food than one whose milk has a low percentage, and that in round numbers she needs with a well-balanced ration as many pounds ol grain in a day as she yields, of but - ""f hee¡:S yield. Sy tie , herd haa "been brought tfp to >Si>r> ! »Ib. of mttk tn a year„.as -an avenge, S Si : station cows arc.kepi In good .coa» ThiyJWoufiTaeàm like à heavy grain3 1 ration for a herd f uch as we described a few weeks ago (says ^Americàn CuM Ü^vitor'i) of which^mè, were giving^ afcuqt 4'OOlb. per weeV¡& î-^er- cent. > "butU'itat, or 161h. -a^wçek- of butter-1 £at„to- give them ißlb. of "grain daily, ó-A still more woultiit'áíem heavy for tie Jersey cows that produce 181b. to «21Ä- of butter- a week; "but thjs was racéh less tha* was "fed to Lily's Sig gráin waá increased very gradually for two years before they found tlie am-; vount that, she was able to eat, digest, and tprti into butterf...
THE COULTER DRAMATIC COMPANY. RE-APPEARANCE AT TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
J'THE COULTER DRAMATIC COMPANY. EE-A1TEAKAÍÑCE AT TKAFALGAR. llie above favorito and highly talent-' j ed company made their re-appearance , in Trafalgar on Saturday and Monday evenings last, alter an absence of many months. 'Í he pieces produced I were "A London Waif" and " i hunder , bolt the Bushranger." i he former is j a very fine live-act drama, abounding in stirring situations, and affording j the company ample scope for a dis play of their talents, and the members take full advantage of the opportuni ties by making the most of their parts, 'i'he play ran smoothly from start to finish, and -was deservedly ap préciai d by one of the largest audiences ever seen in the building. " I hundei*bolt the Bushranger," (also a five-act drama) is, from intellectual, entertaining and amusing points of view, far and away in advance of what might be expected, judging from its title. If any of the audience expected oi hair-raising scenes of .'e, with their accompany of bluster aixl swagger, ...
FLUCTUATIONS IN THE BUTTERFAT PERCENTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
FLUCTUATIONS IN THE BUTTER FAT PERCENTAGE. lng of factories giving them Inaccur ate readings; low readings of butter« fat in the cream, and some are tempt ed to say that there is something very wrong at the factory or cream-testing depot; that mistakes are being made, and they want an explanation. Fluc tuations undoubtedly take place in the percentages of fat. One day the per centage is 35, the next day it is 37, the next day perhaps it is 41. Who. is ■ responsible? Whose fault is It? Be J gin at the beginning—the cow. Sup posing the.-farmer has a dozen cows. He., separates the milk, morning and afternoon. One day the temperature of the-air is very "high, agreeable to the formation of milk. At night it Is also high. Next day the temperature goes down, so that you find a marked de crease in the quantity of milk, .ajid a marked decrease in the percentage o£ fat contained in that milk? Again, cow» are milked at regular? hours, we wilt say, for two or.three days, then there is a change—...
AMUSEMENTS. TRAFALGAR RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 18 January 1906
TRAFALGAR RACES. A -StTOCESSTÜt-MEETING. The fluni annual race meeting of thg 1 J-al'algnr turf club took place I yesterday aftcrnooruu&d«tt>w«X'i¿wor- ¡ able conditions. 'The weather was. perfect for al fresco enjoyment, audi as a consequence there was an unusu-'1 ally large attendance of spectators; there were good fields for most of the events, the running track was in good order, the racing was first-class, and not an accident occured to mar the pleasure of the onlookers In all respects this was the most successful, ana probably the most enjoyable, meet ing the club has ever held. People were present from all parts of the dis trict, and the attendance numbered between 600 and 700 persons, includ ing a very htrge proportion of ladies, who evinced a very keen interest in the racing. Mr. G. Evans, acted as judge, Mr. J. Whitton as starter and Sir. J. Hough as clerk of course, each giving thorough satisfaction. Mr. J. T. Uribson (president), Mr. J. Yule (secret ary), ana-...