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MELBOURNE BUTTER AND CHEESE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
MELBOURNE BUTTEL AND CHEESE MAliKET. Tlio Gtppsland Butter Factories' Co-operative Produce Company Limit ed (Mr. A. J. Wyett, manager) report under date of January 25th:— Butter.—The market to-day remain ed unchanged at late rates, but their is a tendency for the margin, between Gippslands and choicest westerns to increase owing to the fact that of late a largo percentage of Gippslands were not up to their usual standard; in man\r instances several qualities were found in the one consignment. It is also noticeable that in some of the consign ments the color is loo light for local sales, probably owing to the pastures getting drier, aud wo would recommend addiug a little more colour to the butters intended for this market. Choicest westerns still maintained Is.; other good brands, ll^-d. to ll|d.; choicest Gippslands, ll£d.; choice, lid. to ll^d.; other grades lower; ^Separator lines, 9çd. to 10d.; dairies, 8M. to 9}d. Cheese.—At late rates. New, 5d. to 5£d.; welllirands slightly big...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
Bösiness Notjoes. S. MORRIS, WATCHMAKER JEWElLfR & OPTICIAN, TRAFALGAR (SEAE THE »>»K,.) All Work Reçoives— PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION ANT> IS GUARANTEED. Select Stock of Wate (ice, Clocks, Jewellery, Plate, Silver Mounted nods aod Spectacles At City Prices. Every article marked with the Victorian Jewellers' Association quality stamp. INTERESTED IN JEWELLERY? H. NEWMAN'S ILLUSTRATED — CATOLOGUE May be had for tile asking! P y°" buy a Present for a Friend, -L or sometniQg for yourselt, this catalogue will giye yon an »„rivalled selection of articles to clioose from. &lt;te-you should deal with a firm or store where no *d?anUtge «'ill he taken of you. Ours is the oldest-established jeweíleiy Witless m Melbourne, find our reputation for straight dealing oxteods all over Australia. If you cannot call on us, you can shop with servecl ** 3 "P°u being honestly • II anything we send you does not meet with complete approval on arrival, wo will exchange it for anything...
The News. Nec temere, nec timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. AND PUBLISHED THRUSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
fieros. Nec ternie, vec timide. PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR, Püblíshed Thursday Mornings. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1900. NOTES AND COMMENTS. Trafalgar supplied a large number of pnssangera to the excursion train last Friday, women and children pre-^ dominating, most of whom intend spending a few weeks with friends and relatives in and around the metropolis. At a conference of delegates repre senting the Bairnsdale, Warcngul, Sale and Trnralgon musical societies it was decided, subject to the approval of the respective societies, to form a Gipps Jand competition union, and to offer grand champion prizes at the annual competitions. ^vj ^Tae Roman Catholic bazaar at Wa3 ^ragul will be opened on the 7 th February by the Hon. J. Murray,/ Minister for Lands. Mr. Bent was:g asked to perform the ceremony, but! was unfortunately unable to accept | the invitation. The Hon. J. E.} Mackey will also bé present at thtí opening. " The Leongatha "Star-" says that Dr.; Corbett, Bishop of sale, waa so im p...
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free of cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SUNDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 4, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices aro inserted fies oí cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SofDAT Next, Febro^t 4, 1906. I Wesletan CüUiicif.—Trafalgar, 11 a.m., I Mr. Green; Trafalgar, 7.30 p.m., Rev Fielding; 'Trafalgar South, 11 a.m., Rer. Fielding; ! Thorpdale, 7,30 p.qj,, Mr. Atkins; Childers 3 p.m., Mr. Weir; Narracau, 3 p.m., Mr. Atkins; Narracau, 7.30., pm Mr. Mellon; M06, 7.30 p.m., Mr. Akora; Swamp, East, 3 p.m., B«v. Fielding. Phesryteriax Cuuroh.—The Rev. J. A. Taylor will conduct services next Sunday as follows:—Moe, 11 a.m; Trafalgar, 3 p.m.; Yarragon, 7.30 p.m.
FIRMNESS OF PURPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
FIRMNESS OF PURPOSE. I A great mind can only judge of ! great things, and we are eure to get J I the better of Fortune if we do but con* i tend with her; If we flee we are un done. The man only is happy who draws good out of evil, who stands fast in his judgment, unmoved by any ex ternal violence; the keenest arrow of fortune cannot penetrate him, but, like the bail falling upon the root of the house, crackles and skips eff Again, without damage to the inhabitant. Á wise man will ever sustain his cour age, and stand upright under,any pyw sure of mlsfprtan©..
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Messrs. Adamson, Streltie auf) Co., Mel bourne, report under the date of Thursday, 25th inst.:—2400 pigs yarded. ^Stores: extra strong, to ltis. Porker*— Heavy sup ply, and prii'os ruled considerably lower. Primo heavy, 25s lo 27s; medium, 20s to 23s; light 16s to 10s, Baconers—Largo yarding. Tnero was a full attr-ndmce of both town and country buyers, and competition was good at rates. I rime heavy, 40a to 44s; medium 35s to 38s; light, 30s to 34s.
DON'T WANT MUCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
DON'T WANT MUCH, I would not care to be so rich That all the world would envy me; I do not crave possessions which Would bind me down to slavery; I merely want a little more Than they who live next door. To have the worldly means whereby I might outshine my friends, and not Be forced to strain, would satisfy And make me happy with my lot; I merely want a little more Than they possess who live next door. ! Thus favored, I would leave behind I My richer friends, and move away, ■ And richer, prouder neighbors find, ¡ And there, as now. still meekly-pray But to possess a little more ¡ Than they might have ^who lived next j door. I would not be bo rich that hate Must follow everywhere I went; 1 As I have tried to plainly state, With little I could be content; All that I ask is always more Than they may have who live next door.
FOR THE TOMATO SEASON. Cold Catsup. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
FOR THE TOMATO SEASON. * Cold CatsuD. Cold tomato catsup is a great favor ite. Peel half a peck of tomatoes and chop very fine. A nu-at-chopper is just the thing for this work. Drain the tomatoes in coarse sieve or colander, then turn into a large mixing howl and add haif a cup of grated horse radish, one cup of salt, one cup mixed black and white mustard seed; two tablespoonfuls;,. of black pepper, two red peppers ©hopped fine; also two roots of celëry-and a cup of nastur tium seed, a cup of best brow.n sugar, ground cloves, all-spice, cinnamon and mace to suit the taste, and a quart of strong cider vinegar. Mix well, and place in bottles or small glass jars and seal. Chill Sauce. Peel a dozen iarge ripe tomatoes and chop fine, chop fine two large onions and four green peppers of the hot variety. The vegetable must be chopped very fine -ajid separately; then thoroughly mixed wufrt^o table spoonfuls of salt, third of a Wifi of sugar, one tablespoonful of groufld cinnamon and a pint ...
LAUGH ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
I've tolled with the men the world has blessed, And I've toiled with the men who failed; I've toiled with the men who strove with zest, _ And Pve toiled with the "men —v wailed. And this is the tale my song would tell, As it rings over earthly space: The sounds of a sigh don't carry well, But a laugh runs a hearty race. The men who were near the grum bler's side, O, they heard not a word he said; The sound of a laugh rang far and wide, And they hearkened to that Instead. Its tones were joyous and sweec and And clcar as an ev'ning star— The sounds of a sigh don't carry well, But the lilt of a laugh rings far.
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. ANNUAL MEETING. Tlip annual meeting of members of ilie nfîi.ve was lieid on Wednesday night last. There wns :i poor ^Hii-nctiince, the Kev. 0. Uu^ra occu pying tlie clmir. ^^tferjin^-4H4'Oii i. test"* annual following report by tbei ^etuty (Mr T. Treloar) was read : — It affords me touch pleasure tore port that our church at Moe has held its around,during the post year. T funds raised by the sale of gifts J9UJ have been expended in erecli a vestiv and lining and renovatii the interior of the church, the resi being very satisfactory. Our Bish onducied the Oedi wllÍalf-"S4wt*aW%¿* i; ^distributed "Ibe t h ei-Sütídá'rSehMf*1$fídlar3. We bave suffered during the past year in the numbers of our congre gation bv the removal from this dis triot of several of the most consistent supporters of the church, - amongst them being two of your guardians, viz., Messrs T. White and T. Coulson. To fill their positions, Messrs 1). Bennett and Crosse were elected, but the latter ge...
THE DRAW. SECOND ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
THE DRAW. SECOND HOUND; - The secoud round of matches in connection with the West Gtppslctnd Association commenced on Saturday last. AJI matches to be played ou the grouud of the first-named dub. FEBBUARY 3rd. Warragul v Trafalgar I arnum v 1 rouin Longwarry v W arragul West FEBRUARY 17th. i'arnum v Warragul • I rouin v Longwarry - Trafalgar v W arragul West MAECH 3rd. Earnura v Trufafgar . arragul w est v Urouiii Lougwarry v A arragul •MARCH 17tk Longwarry v Darnum Warragul v ^'arragul West Ürouio v Trafalgar Wkes He is Not A Fool.~A man is nearly always & fool. If he bo young the world says, "When lie is older lie will know inore." If he be older it says "He is old enough to know better." Aiid when he ia old it saya, • "There is no kind of fool eqiial to an old fool." .And tfiough at all age3 "a fool and his money • are soon-parted," there is one time in his life when the business than is no fool, and th«t happy moment occurs when he makes up his mind to advertise in this ...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
-»,■ —y MULTUM IN PARVO. Meeting Trafalgar band lasfc night; report next issue. For Crst-class printing at moderate prices, try this office. Advertise in this paper and your business will prosper. Mathiosou and Davis fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, February iOtb. Ali descriptions of Job Printing ex ecuted at tue Xcios office—quickly, Ineatly, cheaply. It is anticipated that 1SOO addition al motor omnibuses will be installed in London this year. j The cricket club dance held 011 Fri I day night at Moe was a social success,, 'but a iinancial failure. I The private wealth of Australia now amounts to £928,000,000, and one j person iu six owns property. Very bitter complaints ave being made regarding the reckless driving of motor cars in and around Mel bourne. The subscription to the News is 2s. per quarter if delivered, and 2s. 6d. if posted. The leading local paper. Mr. R. J. Wilmoth, solicitor, visits Trafalgar fortnightly—every alternate Saturday. Next visit, Saturd...
HILL END. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
JS HILL END. Entries for the Hill End Sports, which are being held in aid of the District Bush Fire Relief Fund, are rolling in from »II quarters. Mr Peter McLaren, the champion axe man, lias already enter.ed.so visitors to the sports should see an exciting contest, in the handicnp chop. The heroine of the Hill End fire; was Miss Linda Espie, who, when twD strong men would not face tiie ¡ flames, gathered her skirts around! her and dashed through the fire to I asîist lier broij^r -D-nive! to save the hoya-fTof" Mr M. Mitchell, which, ___^ií£,Jívorking desperately, they sue- ■ ceeded in doing, although the house! was alight several times. Missj fCspie has suffered considerably¡ from temporary blindness and sme ¡ eyes ever since, caused by the smoke, j •\v; dast and heat. '
ABRAHAM LINCOLN WORTH STUDYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
ABRAHAM LINCOLN WORTH STUDYING. A young man writes: "Please re commend me an interesting biography' to read. I want to get away from novel-reading and get on to something I more instructive, just as interesting, I and yet something that won't kill my I inclination at the outset Tell me what man's life to read and I will make a start od it." Here is something simple, i ing, historical—the life of Abraham Lincoln. Read a little book called "The Pioneer Boy and How he became President." Any bookseller will get it for you. Perhaps it is In your free library. We have chosen Lincoln in stead of any other gTeat figure in his tory because Lincoln made his own cir cumstances, prospects, projects, and prosperity. Many other great men were the creatures of accident and chance. Lincoln was born with all against him. His father was a poor, shift less creature. His mother was a strong-minded woman, but her hope less ignorance made this little virtue a drawback to herself, her husband, and her son...
LIGHT IN THE DARK-ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 1 February 1906
LIGHT IN THE DARK-ROOM* ' There la no reason whatever (saya a photographic writer) why the dark room should be so dark as it is. Pro vided proper attention is given to the color of the light by which he works, the photographer may safely employ a much greater volume of It than be is generally In the habit of doing. Nor Is there any reason why he should deny himself the pleasure of a smoke because he forgot to "light up" before beginning development, for Sir Wil liam Abney has rhowu that "if the most sensitive plate in the market at the present time be exposed to the light of a candle at forty feet distance I for ten seconds no action of such light can be traced on the plate."