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WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 25 January 1906
WAllRAGUL STOCK SALE. Skew« and Patterson repqrt having held their usual weekly ' market at (heir yarde, Warragul, ou Thursday Inst, when theve was a good yarding of stock of all kinds, but, as the weuther continued dry, there were very few buyers, and the tono of-the market was dull, except for good conditioned backward springers, which were in good request, they quote as under Pus: Suckers 6a. 5s Gd to 8s, slips 8s to lis 6d, stores lis to 15s, porkers, small, 12s 6d to lCs, others Sis to 25s. No baeoaers yarded, " litters, 27s to 35s, sow, ' ' Fat & crojsbred ewes, wethers Ids 8d, do. lambs lis 4d to 14s öd, store ewes 10a Cattle—Fat bullocks £6, do covra£4 106 to £5 ßs, fonvard do. £4 7s 6d, atoredo. (best; -63 5a to £3 10s, second do, 6Us to 60s, others from 35s. Balls —Dr. ilayes'Ayrshire, 18 months old, £6 2s 6d common do. 45s to öüa. Milkers and spring er», best, LG to L7, second do. L4 15s to LS 58, inferior from 70s, springing heifers L4 tc L5 12s, do , 2 years, h'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 25 January 1906
"PfiOFSssiONAt "Notices. Lepat. -• $! (a cabd.J J. A. WILMOTH S ON, SOLICITORS, VBLBOCRKE asp TRAFALGAR. Mr, B. «T. Wilmotb Visits Trafalgar on First and ïiurd Saturday in each month. ; (Commissioners for taking Affidavits). cajtd.] HUBERT KELLT, ^••MmtsreR and Solicitor, 1f*foctor and conveyancer, TRAFALGAR, Visits MOE Evert Toesday. All kinds o£ LEGAL WOBK Transacted, ' tMY, FRIEND & WILLIAMSON v Barristers and solicitor«* „ WARRAGUL. .. • »Notary Public; Commissioner» ó! the J * Supreme Court ot^cto^s aûâ of the High Cotirtof Australia. •«ttfttWI - Y181TIB - £VRY - 8ATTKMÏ. (11 80am. to 5p.m). Or on other dates by appointment. TRUST MONTES TO LESD. ►-FRANK GEACH, «Ï'ÉYS TO LEND. ■ÍN STUFET WäRRAG L ^^(Next to " Guardian Office), Rrr Mr. Geacfa may be tionsuue^ßaöf. Finaxgiàl. TRUST MONEY Skews and Patterson hare £i4>ooo to LEND on broad acres from 4> per MOS SWAMP LANDS. We hay» a large Jfmount of MONEY TO LEND On the above Laads, at from 4 pèr cent. I upwards. I A....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 25 January 1906
Büsiness Notices. S. MORRIS, WATCHMAKER JEWIlUtJk OPTICIAN, TRAFALGAR ' All Work Keccivw— PEOMPT AND CAEEFUL ATTESHOV, - Aim IS GUARANTEED. Select Stock of Watches, Clocks, .Towüllery, Plate, Silver Mounted uoods and Spectacles At City PaioES. Every article marked with- tlio .Victorian Jewellers* Association quality etr.inp. Ane You INTERESTED IN JEWELLIRÏ? H. NEWMAN'S - ;'~ilËUSTBATED — CATOLOOOE May be bad for the askmgl IF you want to buy a Present for a Friend, or Bometnihg for yourself, this c-itologue •will give you an. unrivalled selection of articles to choose from. When, buying jewellery you must rely vjargoly on the honesty and judgement of the ' jeweller. ' Common sense, therefore, demands that you should deal with a firm or ctore where no advantage will bo takerfof yon. Ours ie the oldest-established jercellety business in Melbourne, and our reputation for straight dealing extends all over Australia. If you cannot call on us, you caa shop with us by post, and rely upon b...
COALVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 25 January 1906
COALVILLE. A buab fire was discovered at Coal ville North 011 Friday last, which was travelling in the direction of a heap of slack, the refuse of the old work ings of tfoe raines. The men on the permanent way proceeded to the spot, and/hi iter working assiduously for ab.^ut two hours—water being carried -- in buckets from the' Navracan Creek, ' which was cJo3e by -where the fire was raging—overpowered the en ein y before any serious damage was doue. "The origin of the fire is unknown. Another fire was in existence on the previous day, near the junction of the Jiorwell and. Thorpdale lines, inside ; and outside thefence. The permanent way men engaged in the neighbor hood-stayed the spread of. the fire be fore any damage was done to the rail ^-«ay fencing,
RUNNING A HOSPITAL. Interesting Facts About Some London Hospitals. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
RUNNING A H08PÍTAL. interesting Facts About Some London Hospitals. Glance over the housekeeping ex peases oí a big hospital, and you will gain some idea of the great, good work which is being done year in and year out by these institutions throughout the country. It will, however, a faint idea, for the expenseWjfSe no mention of that" loving sympathy and careful attention which is bestow ed upon the patients—inestimable vir tues which have won for our hospitals lasting honor. Tangible proof of the good work done, however, is to be obtained from the housekeeping expenses, and those of some of the biggest of the London hospitals afford interesting reading. The genial secretary of the London Hospital (Mr. E. W. Morris) recently gave just a few items from his house keeping expenses for the past year, re marking at the same time that all the quantities will be considerably high er for the current year. 300,000,000 Pills Given Out. "In the first place," said Mr. MorriB, "there are 925 bed...
THE PEOPLE WHO LAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
THE PEOPLE WHO LAUGH. [ Children and women laugh more than men, not because the cares of life lie less heavily upon them, but be cause the former are more excitable, and because the moderating power of the brain is less In them than among men generally. But laughter is an index to the con t dition of health. Healthy, vigorous I people are proverbially of good-humor- &lt; I ed, joyous, laughing natures, while the i I "sallow, gloomy-eyed dyspeptic" is a description scientifically accurate. I The envious, wicked, and malevolent I rarely laugh, because, phrenologists j I say, they arc impregnated with bile, ► and are, therefore, morose. The haughty, the vain, and the awkward also laugh very little, for fear of losing their dignity. i People who have lines extending ! downward from the angle at the mouth toward the chin well marked rarely laugh, and, moreover, show a tendency to pensivoness in youth and melan choly in after life. Those who have lines raying out ward from the eye...
A NOVEL COMBAT. Horse and Tiger. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
A NOVEL COMBAT. Horse and Tiger. In his book, the "Private Life of an ' Eastern King," Mr. Knighton writes of a horse of unparalleled ferocity. He says:— I was driving in a buggy with a friend through one of the finest of Lucknow's streets, on the way to the palace, when we suddenly noticed the deserted condition of that part of the city. No inhabitant was to be seen in any direction. "Some execution," we whispered. Just then we came upon the body of a woman which looked as if it had been trampled to death on the pave ment. On we went. No citizen was in sight, and the houses everywhere i were closed. Tho next thing we saw ! was the figure of a youth lying dead I upon the road. On the top of a neigh ' boring house I spied a trooper Intent* ly looking up the road. j "What is the matter?" I called. I "The^ man-eater is loose. Wallah, j he has turned! Look out for your I safety, sahibs. He is wild to-day." I had heard of the fierce animal own ed by the troopers. ¡ "He is coming! Take ca...
IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE CHAPTER XVII. In a Perilous Position. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE1 By Mrs. G. SHELDON, Authoress of I "Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," I "Mona, or The Secret of a Royal ! CHAPTER XVII. in a Perilous Position. ' Have your daughters completed their education," inquired Judge Ash burton ol Mrs. "Weston, who was " coming deeply interested in the cJe family. "Ves;" and emd witJi m.^o.vvA p. lut- «nu lym. "They both gradual ed from Madame B 's ¡irivate school, In &lt; ilfteenih of this month." "Indeed," said Judge Ashburton, when their father was taken ill, and their tuition had been paid for the fu!) year. We expected they would have to leave when it was up; but madame was very kind—she said they were among her brightest pupils, ehe wanted to graduate them. ou« therefore allowed Alice to assist her in some of the school work for lier tuition during this last year; while i Ma\, being a fine musician, secured : quite a large class ot pupils, through madame's influence, and thus they were both able to finish their course which the...
CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
CHAPTER, II.' It was Ash-Wednesday, l'aiis h-.d closed her ball-rooms and theatres, and all good Christians, wearied by the long fast, were steeping the sleep of the 'ighteous, Two or three aibincts only were lighted up in the Maison d'Or. In one of them, opening on to the boubrwdy a man and two women Mcmed to be Shaking im patiently the tfrrival of a ftnmh peison. The man was standing, smoking a nigar, with his elbow leaning on the corner of the mantelpiece. "What time is itj Wiilielinine?" asked ane of the women. " Twelve o'clock has just struck." "What can have happened to San ^ittle ?" murmured the woman who had %«ked the time. * !" said the smoker, shrugging hjs shoulder» there's no need to be an xioi'5 yet. He may have been detained during the journey longer than he antici pated. 'Butas he named this night as the utmost limit of his absence, you may expect to see him any moment n#w. So you love him still, Ludka ?" " How can I tell ?:1 replied Ludka ; " tie is necessary to my l...
MR. E. J. DELANY. PROPOSED PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
MR. E. J. DELANY. rrtoposeu presentation. A public meeting was held in the mechanics' institute on Tuesday-eewKiwR- relative to the pro posed presentation to Mr. 15,-;?. Delaayv (late of the bank of Victoria and late stage manager of the local dramatic Club)| ''it IHMi|IWClHttjlnloftilHhej|WjîrtlWl6tp On the motion oí Mr. Keogb, secon ded by Mr. Heywood, Mr. Rolls was appointed chairman. On the motion of the chairman, seconded by Mr. Morris, Mr. Heywood was elected secretary and treasurer. Ther* ' - held during3jie.j>reyious -wgakit. a decided^that stejisJ^^ïKÊitiw-stfitably recocíase ftfr^gltiny's setvieès to the di&triçi, blji-i^va^'resolved to give the public an opportunityof -joining 1.1.t ~ iCj)eB^^tti^-p're8etir, trred to the interest Mr. ....taricrna. public sustained by his departure from the district. As a result of a general discussion r it was resolved that a presentation be £ made to Mr. Deltuiy, and that the 5 secreta 17 prepare subscription lists fot | the f...
The Missing Hand. ADAPTED FROM THE FRENCH OF AURELIEN SCHOOL. CHAPTER I (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
Th« Kissing Hand. Adapted from the Fpench o» Aureuen Schoil. By E. BRANFill. 1IAKKIS0N. OHAl'TI'IK I (Continued). Clotilde smiled in her turn. "No one," she asked, "can take a «»man away from her husband, on they ?" "No une," replied Robert; "unless, of course, the woman should consent.' " Oh ! then," said Clotilde, " I ani j>aiis lied." This adorable naiyeti enchanted Ro bert, who gently took thi young gitl by both hands, and drew he.- li>«;u«ls him. Clotilde blushed pink, ami her Jo\er, after gazing upon her for a moment in ecstasy, placed a lung kiss upon hci |>uie The arrival ofM.M. c!e Rieux and d'Attigny was publicly annourcct: ; then rooms were prepared, and Fr;mui Bibard, who had been installed as ser vant in the château three days before, found himself specially assigned to the lervice of these gentlemen.
THE MAGNETIC WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
THE MAGNETIC" WertAN. Have you ever met a magnetic wo man? Scattered about in the world there are a few women of this sort with whom it is a positive pleasure to come in contact. She is enthusias tic, and her enthusiasm Is infectious. If you meet her on a wet day you soon flqri yourself wondering why other peo ple say wet weather is so dispiriting. Light-hearted she always is, with a voice thàt thrills one, and always good company. A day in her company is invigorating, and when you part you wish she had been a sister or a rela tion that you could keep her with you always. She is as popular with the men as with the women, can crack a joke with all, untiring, ceaselessly en ergetic, witty, refined, and resource ful. She is a born lady, and nobody begrudges her one whit of her social It may bo inbred, but as often aa not it is a matter of cultivation and restraint. We are all magnetic, to a certain degree; some are attracted by a woman's ways, others are re« pelled, but It is very larg...
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. DAIRYING RECORDS. AN EXTRAORDINARY YIELD. 16 LB3. OF BUTTEr PER WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. DAIRYING RECORDS. AN EXTRAORDINARY YIELD. 16 LB3. OF BUTTEE PER WBBK. For some time ] lgegp proceeding h Hätourac^j^tfilion thé &lt; ■gauyTecord^ l|j|¿yield • cows .w^ES,qd©feá/ahd a&lt; wdsiiu' ■ .listed in the di? following figures, supplied^ noy "Daily Telegraph" by Hyam and »Sou, of Newru. ;1 interest. making butter than in August —at that time the weather beinw dry and cold, in fact, the two coldesl months we have liad for years. Thin cow will calve again in March, and would gö on producing if allowed to do so, but must be dried off to meet an important teat. Taking the butter produced -for 40 weeks, at lOd. pet lb., it woulcUôrae-V^f
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
AUCTION REMINDERS./ Mtesi-s. Jenuings and Mollinea. Trafalgar stock salas first and third Saturdays ia each month. N'esi sale—February a. Messrs. Matlueaoo and Davis. Trafalgar stock sales second and third Saturdays in each month. Next sale-February 10. Messrs. Mathieson and Davis. Moe stock sales last Saturday in each mouth. Next sale —February 28. Messrs. Skews and Patterson. Yanagpaj stock sales fortnightly. Next sale—Februlry , 13. ! Messrs. Adamson. Strettle and Cor ..Mel bourne stock sales as follow—Nerf&arket, 1 Tuesdays, aud Wednesdays; OajtjioraUoii Yards, Thursdays and Fridays. , ^T
SLEEP AND WASTE OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
SLEEP AND WASTE 0 Sleep will do much to cure Irrita bility of temper, peevishness, and un* easiness. It will build up and make strong a weary body. It will do rauch to cure dyspepsia, particularly taat variety known as nervous dys pepsia. It will relieve the languor and prostration felt by consumptives. It will cure hypochondria. It will euro the headache. It will cure neuralgia. It will cure a broken spirit. It will cure sorrow. Now, no man Bhould do more work of muscle or of brain in a day than he can perfectly recover from the fatigue of in a good nigfit's rest. Up to that point exercise is good; beyond are waste of life,-exhaustion, and decay. When hunger calls for food, and fatigue demands rest, we are ia the natural order, and keep the bal* anee of life. When we take stimu lants, to spur our Jaded nerves, or excite an appetite, we are wasting life. There are wrong and mischief in all wàste of life. A man should life so aB to keep himself at his best, and with a true economy. T...
DAIRYING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
DAIRYING NOTES. Iq the Poowong and Jeetho slure, there are 294 dairies and upwards o£ 10,000 cows. On Saturday last no Iras than 120 cans of cream, equal to about 2£ tons fcff butter of the value of about £233, was received by Holdenson and Nielson, and despatched from the Warragul station. This is satisfactory to the company, considering the prolonged spell of hot weather.. At the first half yearly meeting of the Neerim Co-operative Butter Factory Company the profit for the half year (only two months' actual working) was shown to be £211 18s. 9d. . There were 115,973 lb oî cream rec 'Wed, producing 25 tons 5 cwt. 1 qr. 17 lb of butter at a ce8t of £2113 17s. 6d. The gross sales of buttar .'amounted to £2267 9s. 10s. At the 31st half yearly meeting of the Glengarry butter factory com pany the balance sheet showed that £4029 13s. 2d. was received for sales of butter, &c., and £89 16s. 8d. from sales to suppliers. The expenditure included £365018s. lOd. paid for milk; £63 14s....
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
PROPERTY SALES. Messrs. Mathieson and Davis report having sold the following properties- On account of Mr. A. K. Davis, 170 acres 3 roods and 33,. porches, at Fish Creek, lo Mr. L. It. Wright on account of Mr. H. Price, his farm at Stony Creek, containing 207 acres, to Miss Irishman, and have leased, on account of Mr. S. J; Baird, his property at Honiewood, containing 1057 acres, together with homestead, i o Mr. J. 0. llobertsou.