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POPULAR ERRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 17 April 1914
POPULAR EREOEB. It is a popular sanitary error, osyv i contemporary, to think that the nore a man eats the fatter and itronger he "will become. To beiieve that the more hours shildren study the faster they learn. To conclude that, if exercise is good, '.he more violent the more good is lone. ' To imagine that every hour taken !rom sleep is an hour gained. To act on the presumption that the imallest room in the house is large iiiough to- sleep in. To imagine that whatever remedy .auses one to feel immediately better s j:ciod for the system, without re ;ard to the ulterior effects. To eat without an appetite, or to' ?ontinue after it has been satisfied, ?lerely to gratify the taste. To eat a hearty supper at the ex 'cnse of a whole night of disturbed Ipi'P and weary waking in the morn
MRS WICKS ON MARRYING YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 17 April 1914
MRS WICKS ON MARRYING YOUNG. It's not a question you can settl&lt; tfght off, as the boy said when some »e asked him ef he loved his father. jfow, to my thinkin', marryin' young's sn excellent thing fer a young man. Host of them go through a stage oi snagininf ..lhat the whole idea of the Dreation was just a leadin' up to themselves, so to speak; an' DO one :an knock nonsense out of their heads juicker'n a capable young woman ef ihe gives her mind to it. Nothin'll nake a young man feel his own little ness, fer instance, like givin' him a i!re to lay an' light or a table to set, jf he's not been used to them. An' a wif'll steady him, too, an' keep aim from mischief. There's nothin' j .ike a bit of real love in a young fel ler's heart fer bringin' him home I reg'lar at nights an' makin' him work Derseverin' fer a rise an' put by fer i rainy day. 'Twon't hurt him a mite leither to think a deal of himself an' lis own concerns fer the sake of her ihat's dependent on him. There's ...
COWS IN THE ALPS. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 17 April 1914
COWS IN THE ALPS. Ths cows in the Alps are generally ..ery large and fine, of a dark mouse jolor, growing white at the muzzle, writes a correspondent. Each one has i name, and a bell around her neck, uul as the herder must be with them ill day. they are so accustomed to be :ug with humankind, that they really icem to have human intelligence. Sev eral mornings, when staying in the homes of the mountaineers, I have got up at. daybreak to see them milk and care for their herds, and as I saw how gently they handled thenv«and t.he trustful way the cows would lay their head3 against the keepers, as if trying in their.dumb way to express their affection, it added to my regard [or the sturdy fellows, who looked as if they might be as rough as bears. One cow, who leads the herd, has a much larger beil than the others, and as she starts off, the rest fol'ow along the narrow path up the moun tain side, the different bells 'tinkling like chimes in tiie early morning air and forming a very roman...
THEY ARE CURIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 17 April 1914
THEY ARE CURIOUS. Many wild animals are very inquisi. .ivi;. The polar bear is said to be itlracted by anything out of the com An Arctio explorer declares that one vas so fascinated by a steamer that n her eagerness to find out what the strange thing was she came so near ?t that both she and her two cubs were killed. Sailors, when chased by polar bears, have taken advantage of this habit :o secure their own safety. During their flight they throw away anything, ,^uc:h as a. handkerchief or other ar ticle-gaily coiond for choice. The bear cannot pass it. But while the animal is busy examining the Mrlng the seamen ..;re gaining ground uid escaping from danger. Of course in some oases it is not nere curiosity that provokes the beai :o waste time, but a desire on its par* &lt;> learn whether the strange objec nay not be something harmful.
TYERS. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 17 April 1914
TYERS. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. (From our own Correspondent). The anniversary of the Tyers Sunday school was celebrated on Sunday. The service was &nbsp; conducted by the Rev. Jas. Smith, who preached an eloquent sermon from St. Mark's gospel. The children were accommodated on the &nbsp; &nbsp; platform, and under the leadership of Mr. Jolly special hymns were &nbsp; sung. Solos were rendered by Miss Ewart and Mrs. Jolly, and a quartet the piece by Miss. Swift, Miss. &nbsp; K. Swift and Messrs. F. Paulet and J. Gilmour. The anniversary was continued on Tuesday evening, the Rev. Smith again presided. The following programme was rendered -Song, An Emblem, Miss. M. Ewart; song, Children's Dreams, Mrs. Jolly; songs, Anchored and Ora Pro Nobis, Mr. Etheridge; song, Who could it be ? Rev. Smith (jnr.); song, Bedouin Love Song, Mr. Jolly. Several anniversary hymns were sung by the children, and the choir, and addresses were given by the Rev. Smith,...
OUR SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
OUR SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS. One reason why we fail to take a! he comfort and enjoyment we might roin our friends and neighbours is thai 7e are all ambitious to make our social nteitainments too elaborate. Thej oon become a burden and an expenst call but the very well-to-do. Nobcd; as satisfactorily explained why the act f eating together promotes good fellow hip, but we all know that it does .'o secure this result, however, it is not - n the least necessary that what i: a ten be rare or expensive. A' little uoney will go a long way in pleasant ntertaining, if we are sensible.enough o make it very simple, and let good eeling largely take the place of monej n the ordering of our hospitality. '
DEVOTED WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
- DEVOTED WIVES. Edmund' 'Burke repeatedly declare* hat " every care vanished the momen! ie entered under liis roof." Mrs. Burk* ras spoken of. even by her own sex, a: ,11 that was beautiful and amiabl&lt; mong women. But it was not a beau iful lace, nor refined tasie, nor menta ulture, that gave this woman her won leiful influence over the statesman ?he secret of her power lay in hei fioughtful devotiofl. and intelligent sym iathy. Mrs. Burke "kept her husband'i ccounts, regulated bis pecuniary tran actions, soothed his natural irritation., .nd made his home happy, that hf .light remain free, and elastic for bis .ublio duties. The wife of Sir William Hamilton irofessor of logic and metaphysics, alsc llustrated the devotion of self-denying ove. She identified herself with hii vork, and by her energy kept bim fron .ieldjng to a naturally indownt disposi .ion. During the season of the Umver it.y be wrote his lectures on the nigh' lefore the morning.ha delivered them ihe sat up...
A. M'LEAN & CO., [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
M'LEAN & GO., Sale Branchj, report:-A good de mand continues for all classes ot sheep and cattle at high ruling pri ces. Fats are realising extreme prices. At weekly market at the Borough yards we had a good yar ding ot both .sheep and cattle, and effected a good clearance. Fat cows to £'712s; (bullocks to £7 10s,, backward springers to £4 2s, heit ers £4 10s, Wethers 14s 9d. At Clydebank on Thursday we I 'held a very successful clearing sale jon account of Mr. J. Mitchell, senr. Milkers.sold to £7, the lot making a very" fair average; young cattle at £1 15s; horses to £8; stack ot hay £22 10s; farm implements, etc, at satisfactory rates. We also sold at the same Itime on account of other owners, 20 tmilkers and sprin gers, 20 young cattle, and other lots at good rates. Privately, we have sold on ac count ot Mr. H. M'Lean, 770 cross ewes at 19s icash; acct. other own ers, 450 cross 'wethers, 15s cash; 800 cross, do. at a satisfactory price; also a line ot bullocks at £6 10s....
Mathieson & Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
IMathieson & Davis. Mathieson and Davis report: Fab Cattle -Good supply at Trara! gon; light yarding1 at Sale, and total clearances effected at "ruling high rates. Prime heifers £ 7 iOs, medium do. to £o ios, best cows to £1 18s, useful do. to 3s, medium bullocks at £8, light heifers from £3 i8j. Store Cattle-At Heyfield we yarded a very saleable lot of nice quality cattle, and almost all sold to good competition Forward cows 13 £5 i5 store cows in lines to £4 2s, speyeo heifers young to £3 11s 6d, poddies to 28s, springing heifirs ^,5 5s. Large ^yarding at Traralgon, fleshy cows and bullocks selling well. Milk era £6 Is, store cows £2 18s. steers £?1 3s, heifers in calf to £4, 03. Seeep-At Traralgon we yarded 2OOO and sold a fair number. Fall mouth ed merino ewes; some broken, in lamb to Licons at 28s, aged cross, ewes 12s 3d, fat wethers 18s 6d, aged come back ewes 9s 4d.
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
COMMERCIAL GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. Theo. B. Little and Co. report: Fat Cattle-At. Mcrwell on Tuesday we liad a big yai'ding, all sold very satisfactorily. More than ilsual in at Sale, plenty of buyers for good beef. We quote prime cuwo to to os, go do. from _^5 12 heifers £6 2s, liglr do. at £o, S ore Cattle A ven heavy yarding at Mo'well, all «*-1h sold well, resulting in a splendid sale. We yarded I5O bead at Longford, sold nearly everything. At sale all our pens were filled, and though biddings were not very s tinned we so a majority at good prices Fo:war. sj ringers to £7 2s, .sp-insring hpif £6 5s, pens of backward do at £4 iOs store cows to £4 is), 3 vearo'd bull ocks £5 15s, 3-year old do in forward condition £0 12s, 18 month steeis to £3 13s, young heifers £2 18s, yearl ing heifers and steers £2. - We yarded 3000 at our Longford sale and though only, about h. inch fell &lt;he wet weather interfered with the sale, the sheep looking their worst....
The JOurnal. TELEPHONE, 10. TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
TELEPHONE. 10. TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1914. Mr. C. I. iDu Lie.-The iriends ot Mr. and Mrs. Du Ve, late ot Rose dale, who removed to Elsternwick, a few months ago, will be sorry to learn that both have been unwell Mrs. Du Ve is improving, but is still rather weak. Mr. Du. Ve has found the removal from the familiar scenes and faces in Gipps land too great a wrench, and he has not yet settled dovvn amongi strangers . Very probably he will soon feel more at home. ' The Tyers Lime Scheme.-We understood that the Tyers Lime Syndicate intends to build ia large dam across the&lt;fiv;er &t Ithje off-take for the town water supply. The dam will impound a large body ot water, as well as increase the tall to the power wheels lower down. It. will Ust) have ;thu effect of increas ing the pressure in the water sup ply mains, and thus improve the town supply. The preliminary in vestigation for the scheme is not yet ^complete, so that it will be some time before the -company's proposal fo...
UPPER TRARALGON CREEK. SOCIAL TO MISS F. CLARKE [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
UPPER TRARALGOft&lt; CREEK. ! SOCIAL TO MISS F, CLARKE A social evening was tendered to Miss. Florrie Clarke on Easter Monday night, when quite a large number assembled at the hall, de spite the rain, which had been fal ling . all day. ' The evening was; '.mostly spent in dancing, with se veral songs and games. About the midnight hour, Mr. P. Johnson, on behali of those present, said hef Avas sure all were aware of the pur pose they were gathered for that aught, namely, to tender a social evening to Miss. Clarke, on the eve of her marriage with Mr. F. King. He also said that the resi dents had subscribed for a little present, to show that they fully appreciated her willingnes"s to-as sist in anything that was held in this hall. Mr. Johnson said he hi'ad much pleasure in presenting Miss. Clarke with a. [biscuit barrel, and m wishing her and Mr. King happi ness and prosperity. - Mr. King-responded, for himself and Miss': Clarke, arid said they greatly appreciated the kindness ...
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. YESTERDAY. Present: Councillors Futcher, iW&lt; Henderson, Davis, Kenevan, Lang - and UmphelSy. j..j . TENDERS. : C.R.BJ-1: Supplying 500 yards ot maintenance gravel, Port Road, J. Cartlege, £98." C.R.B.--2: Supplying 300 yards ot maintenance gravel, Gorman dale road-J. J. Murren, £89 15s.: C.R.B.-3: Supplying 1000 yards maintenance gravel, Rpsedale-Sale road.-Fresh tenders. C.R.B.-4: Painting Backwater bridge, Rosedale.-T.'A. Duck, £60. 24-14: Re-decking culvert . at Hawley's, Toongabbie: To be done by day labor. s. - 28-14: Culvert and forming near Kelly Bros: Fresh tenders. *V 29-14: Clearing and forming East boundary road, Kilmany: J, J. Murren, £49. 30-14: Clearing out drain at J. Pendlebury's: Murren and Bate son, £4 13s. 31-14: Reforming near Low Bros Denison: Murren and Bateson, £29 13s 6d. i "32-14: Excavating water hole, near Denison Bros., Nambrok: J.; Bridges, £64 17s 6d. 33-14: Excavating water ' hole) at junction ot Glengarry and Toon ga...
FEDERAL ISSUES. A SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
FEDERAL ISSUES. A SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE Federal minsisters must be con gratulated on the outcome ot the Premiers' Conference." It is on their administrative doings rather than on any measures they can hope to pass that they must rely. And ;by the display ot tact, mastery ot detail and a conciliatory spirit, they have got out ot the Premiers' cconference the best it is possible tor that body to give. It must be admitted further that the tone ot the conference was, on the whole, admirable. The display ot party, feeling referred to last week was natural enough, but when big is sues came under consideration there was arrowing inclination to put Australian interests first, and the scoring ot party politics se ccond. It will be 'understood that the conference has neither legislative nor administrative powers. Any thing it has approved, anything it recommends, "may be condemned by any one ot our fourteen parlia ments. If after consultation with each other, ministers de^pide on any administ...
SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
SALES BY AUCTION. W. Christensen and Co. an nounce that they will hold a sale of furniture and sundries for Mr. Monds on the 30th mst. - Mathiesen and Davis will hold a special horse sale at Morwell on 24th inst. To-day, at the Heyfield yards, Mathieson and Davis will conduct a clearing sale for Mr. D. Lang lands, -of " Medowra,"-500 head of dairy cattle. There are 300, cows, heifers and springers, all choice animals. A. M'Lean and Co. will have ai big cattle and sheep sale at Trarjtl gon on the 27th inst. It is notified that Pentland, Can field and Co., in conjunction with' John English will offer a Carra jung farm, ot 88 acres on Satur day, the 25th inst. Theo. B. Little and Co.'s Tra ralgon horse sale will be held on. /the 30th inst. Melbourne buyers will attend.
THE SANDBANK. MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
THfc SANDBANK. MEETING OF..COMMITTEE., A meeting ot [the Sandbank com mittee was held in Pentland, Can field and Co's office on Fridayj evening last. Mr. Pettit presided^ and there were also present Messrs Ganfield (secretary), King and T. A. Williams. The tminutes of the previous meeting were confirmed, and ac counts amounting to £21 . 14s 9d were passed for payment, and £4 6s Id for the previous month. The secretary said that the con tractor for re-forming the tEack had informed him that the work was finished. Mr. King said the work was not satisfactory, and would have to be ploughed again. The chairman also said the work was not satisfactory. Mr. Williams said it was said the specifications for the work were not explicit enough. It was decided to ask the con tractor to meet the committee on on the ground on Thursday after noon. Mr. Williams suggested that be fore spending money on the rustic bridge it would be better to im prove the tree guards. Substantial guards were; required,...
THE FLOWER SHOW. THE SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
THE FLOWER SHOW THE SPEECHES. At the ilouer s io.v on Thursday afternoon, _ The pre^iaem i,Coundlior Pettit) in introducing tue i-ion. 1'. Living ston, and Air. xJarues, M.'s.L.A., said he had to a^o.o^ise for the absence oi tiie j. Drysdale Brown, Mim.-iie- foi ivn.ies and' Forests, who;a t,ey expected to formally open the s>;o»v. They were pleased, iiOive»'er, to welcome their own weil-t.ied member, who needed no introduction to a Tra ralgon audience, and with him his colleague, Mr. Barnes, the hon. member for the adjoining consti tuency of Walhalla. He was glad toj inform these gentlemen that the show this year exceeded the society's expectations, considering the bad season they had encoun tered in drought, high winds and bush fires. They were gratified) that under the circumstances they had such 3 fi'ine display of fruity flowers, and produce generally. In regard to the fruit especially, Mr. Livingston and Mr. Barnes would be glad to learn that the liberal jen couragement giv...
CARRAJUNG. CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
CARRAJUNG. CONCERT AND BALL, . A concert and ball in aid of the hall fund was held in the Carra jung I13JLI on Monday last, and, withstanding the wintry weather, both-, were-\veli attended, the total proceeds amounting to nearly £13. The- concert programme was pro vided by. local, Calhgnee and Yar ram artists. The Yarram party made a picnic of their outing, and left in &lt;a[ (drag, in chatge ot Mr. Stoner,-'about 10 o'clock in the morning, arriving at their destina tion at one o'clock. After walk ing up the big hill leading to the township, the passengers were m (extra good form for the dinner pro vided by the hostess of the Carra jung hotel, and proved that driv ing was a 'fine appetiser. The wea ther, after dinner, was showery, and kept the visitors indoors, al though two of them were venture some -enough to go exploring for mushrooms, which made an appe tising adjunct to tea. f_ The Carrajung hall is rather a surprise to the uninitiated. It is capable of holding comforta...
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
THE CONCERT. I;.o.e was a iairly good atten dau c uc the concert in the evening Cul.u. u.or Pettit presiding. i. o cnairmati said it was mo at to find that the snow had Deen so well supported. A wet:-.- previous things looked some what discouraging, owing to i::e dry », eather, the tires, and losses caused Dy starlings and haii stones The committee appreciated tne spirit shown by the growers at Moe, Yarragon and Trafalgar, in senciing a large number of ex hibits. Mr. Pettit also ret erred1 to the fact that the society had been favored with the Government gold medal for export fruit for three years. Mr. Martin, of Cowwarr, had won the medal on each occa sion, with his very fine exhibits. It was gratifying to know that such high-class fruit was raised in the district. This season Mr. O. S. Martin was exporting 1000 cases of fruit, most of it going to Ham burg, Germany. The section tor export fruit \vas initiated some' years ago with a"small prize, and then the Government medal was sec...
BEETSUGAR INDUSTRY. LAND OWNERS AT FAULT. SAYS MR. LIVINGSTON, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 21 April 1914
^ BEETSUGAR INDUSTRY, LAND OWNERS AT FAULT. SAYS MR. LIVINGSTON, M.L.A. * Mr. T. Livingston, MX.A., for mally opened the Traralgon flower show on Thursday afternoon last. Referring to the determination of the Government to close . the Maffra sugar factory, Mr. Living ston said that if the public looked at the matter in the proper light they would see that the govern ment had taken the proper course. It seemed a regrettable step, but it was not. The large landowners around MafTra never made a seri ous attempt to keep the factory alive. The local people started^ the beet factory at Maffra about 20 years ago, and lost their money. The Government- then came for ward, and put £60,000 into the in dustry, in order to revive it, but still the landowners did not grow the beet. The government went further, and bought portion of an ? estate, and cut it up into small . lioldingS"to help the production of beet. Mr. Dyer, the manager, was also very enthusiastic on the ques tion of beet culture, a...