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MRS WICKS ON MARRYING YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 April 1914
,.f RJ' .~q MRS WICKS ON MARRYING YOUNG. It's not i question you can settle bght off, as the boy said when some me asked him ef he loved his father. sow, to my thinkin', marryin' young's m excellent thing for a young man. Iost of them go through a stage ol mnaginin' that the whole, idea of the Greation was just a leadin' up to themselves, so to speak; an' no one :an knock nonsense out of their heads luicker'n a capable young woman eof she gives her mind to it. Nothin'll nake a young man feel his own little ness, fer instance, like givin' him a are to lay an' light or a table to set, of he's not been used to them. An' a wif'll steady him, too, an' keep aim from mischief. There's nothin .ike a bit of real love in a young fel ler's heart fer bringin' him home :eg'lar at nights an' makin' him work .erscverin' fer a rise an' put by fer i rainy day. 'Twon't hurt him a mite seither to think a deal of himself an' uis own concerns fer the sake of her ;hat's dependent on him. There's ev aryth...
ALBERTON SHIRE COUNCIL THURSDAY, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 April 1914
ALBERTON SHIRE COUNCIL -o-- THURSDAY, APRIL 11. Present: Councillors W. Power (president), BIarlow, Christensen, MlcGilliard, : Nightlagalte, Fahey, Bland and ,O'Connor. Woodside Progress Association asking the council to approach the Country Roads Board, with a view to having the Port Albert to Sale road proclaimed a main road. Received. Fired. Heinrich, Madalya, agree ing (to keep road open for traffic for three months, and asking for compensation, £2 per month, from thereafter.-Cr. Fahey to move. E. Cumming, Glenmaggle, ask ing that fence be erected along sur veyed road through his Blackwarry property.-Cr. O'Connor to move From Public Health department, requiring particulars oJ Kjergaara hall, stating that mn the meantime the building must not be used for public purposes.-Received. - C. T. Lucus, Carrajung; re the bad state oi'the road leading to his place, and also iin regard to trees and ruts on the road.-Cr. Nightingale to Znove. ' Jas. healey, Tarra Valley, offer ing to put r...
THEY ARE CURIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 April 1914
THEY ARE CURIOUS. Many wild animals are very inquisi. :vie. The polar bear is said to be tttracted by anything out of the com. non. An,Arctic explorer declares that one vas so fascinated by a steamer that .n her eagerness to find out what the trange thing was she came so near :t that both she and her two cubs sere killeds Sailors, when chased by polar bears, h'ave taken advnutage of this habit to secure their own safety. During their flight they thlrow away anything, .iuch as a handk.:rchief or other ar ticle-gaily color-d for choice. The bear cannot pass it. But while the animal is b::sy examining the thing the seamen are gaining ground uid escaping from danger. .. Of course in some cases it is not Inere curiosity that provokes the bear :o waste time, but a desire on its part i, learn whether the strance objec; nay not be something harmful.
POPULAR ERRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 17 April 1914
POPULAR ERRORS. It is a popular sanitary error, sayL t contemporary, to think that the nore a man eats the fatter and ,tronger he will become. To beiieve that the more hours :hildren 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 ;malest room in the house is large :nough to sleep in. To imagine that whatever remedy auses one to feel immediately better a good for the system, without re :ard to the ulterior effects. 'io 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 e'se, of a whole night of disturbed :ecp and weary waking in the morn f g.
THE FLOWER SHOW. THE SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
THE FLOWER SHOWi THE SPEECHES. At the flower show on Thursday afternoon, The president (Codincillor Pettit) in introducing the Hon. T. Living ston, and Mr. Barnes, M.'s.L.A., said he had to apologise for the absence of the Hon. J. Drysdale Brown, Minister for Mines and' Forests, whom they expected to formally open the show. They were pleasel, however, to welcome their own well-tried 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 toq 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 a fine display of fruit, flpwers, and produce generally. In regard to the fruit especially, Mr. Livingston and Mr. Barnes would be glad to learn that the liberal en couragement given by the govern...
Mathieson & Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
Mathieson & Davis. . Mathiesodi and Davis report: Fat Cattle-Good supply at Traral gon; light yarding at Sale, and total clearances effected at :ruling high rates. Prime heifers A 7 I0s, medium do. to £5 I5s, best cows to',7 18s, useful do. to £6 3s, medium bullocks at £8, light heifers from £3 18s. Store Cattle-At Heyfield we yarded a very saleable lot of iice quality cattle, and almost all sold to good competition Forward cows t > £5 15 store cows in lines to £4 2s, speyed heifers young to £3 Is 6d, poddies to 28s, springing heifirs ,5 5s. Large yarding at Traralgon, fleshy cows and bullocks selling well. M?,k ers £6 Is, store cows £2 38s. steers :,3 3s, heifers in calf to £4 5s. Seeep-At Traralgon we yarded 2000 and sold a fair number. Full mouth ed merino ewes, some broken, in lamb to Licons at28s, qged cross. ewes I 2s 3d, fat wethers 18s 6d, aged come back ewes 98 4d.
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. YESTERDAY. Present: Councillors Futcher, WV. Henderson, Davis, Kenevan, Lang and Umphelby. TENDERS. C.R.B.-1: Supplying 500 .yards ot maintenance gravel, Port Road. J. Cartlege, £98. C.R.B.-2: Supplying 300 yards of maintenance gravel, Gorman dale road.-J. J. Murren, £89 15s. C.R.B.-3: Supplying 1000 yards maintenance gravel, Rosedale-Sale road.-Fresh tenders. C.R.B.-4: Paintmg Backwater bridge, Rosedale.-T. A. Duck, £60, 24-14: Re-decking culvert at Hawley's, Toongabbic: To be done by day labor. 28-14: Culvert and formming near Kelly Bros: Fresh tenders. 1 29-14: Clearing and forming East boundary road, Kilmany: J. J. Murren, £49. 30-14: Clearing out dramin at J. Pendlebury's: Murren and Bate son, £4 13s. 31-14: Reforming near Low Bros Denison: Murren and Bdteson, £29 13s 6d. 32-14: Excavating water hole, near Denison Bros., Nambrok: J. Bridges, £64 17s 6d. 33-14: Excavating water hole at junction of Glengarry and Toon gabbie roads: J. Bridges, £57 11s 8d. 3...
A. M'LEAN & CO., [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
A. M'LEAN & CO., Sale Branch report:-A good de mand continues for all classes of sheep and cattle 'at high ruling pri ces. Fats are realising extreme prices. At wveekly market at the Borough yards we had a good yar ding of both sheep and cattle, and effected a good clearance. Fat cows "to £ '712s; bullocks to £7 10s, backward springers to £4 .2s, heif ers £4 10s, \vethers 14s 9d. At Clydebhank on Thiursday we held a very suc~cessful clearing sale on account of Mr. J. Mitchell, senr. AMilkers 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 time on account'of other owners, 20 Imilkers and sprmn gers, 20 young cattle, and other lots at good rates. Privately, we have sold on ac count of Mr. H. M'Lean, 770 cross ewes at 19s rcash; acct. other own ers, 450 cross Wethers, 15s cash; 800 cross. do. at a satisfactory price; also a line of bullocks at £6 10...
Mr. C. I. Du De. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
TELEPHONE, 10. TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1914. Mr. C. i. Du IJe.-The triends of Mr. and Mrs. Du Ve, late of Rosc dale, who removed to Elsternwlck, 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 SVe has found the removal from the familiar scenes and faces mn Glpps land too great a wrench, and he has not yet settled down among strangers . Very 'robably he will soon feel more at home. The Tyers Lime Scheme.-- We ulnderstood that the Tyers Lime Syndicate intends to build a large dam across the (river at the off-take for the town water supply. The dam will impound a large body of water, as well as increase the fall to the power wheels lower down. It, will .-lso have the effect of increas ing the pressure mn the water sup ply mains, and thus improve the town supply; The preliminary in vestigation for the scheme is not yet 1comllete, so that it will be some time before the company's proposal for supplying electric cur ...
DEVOTED WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
DEVOTED nTIVES. Edmund Burke repeatedly declarel hat " every care vanished the momen' ie entered under his roof." Mrs. Burke ras spoken of. even by her own sex, x .11 tlhat was beaut'fi!l and amiabl moilg women. But it was not a beau iful face, no!r ainced tai c, nor mncnta ulture, that gave tl;is woman her won el ful influence over thE statesman :he secret of her po\:wer lay in her houghtful devotion and intelligent sym ,athy. Mrs. Burke kept her husband's ecounts, regulated his pecuniary tran actions, sdothed his natural irritation: .nd made his home happy, that he .iight remain free and elastic for hi, .ublic duties. The wife of Sir William Hamilton ,rofessor of logic and metaphysics, alse llustrated the devotion of self-denying ove. She identified herself with hit york, and by her energy kept him fron ,ielding to a naturally indolent disposi ,ion. During the season of the Univcr ity he wrote his lectures on the nigh tefore the morning ha delivered them ;he sat up with him and co...
OUR SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
OUR SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS. One reason why we fail to take al he comfort and enjoyment we might rom our friends and neighbours is tht,, re are all ambitious to make our socia& ntertainments too elaborate. They oon become a burden and an expen, o all but the very Well-to-do. Nobcd: as satisfactorily explained why the act f eatingtogether 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 iT aten be rare or expensive. A little loney will go a long way in pleasant .ntortaining, if we are sensible enough o make it very simple, and lot good eeling largely take the place of mone! a the ordering of our hospitality. 0
CANDID GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
CANDID GIRLS. Some girls are proud of saying that they never stoop to subterfuge, and are candour itself. They are verS complacent over the fact, and call it a virtue. This is all very well, and though desiring always to speak the truth, and nothing but the truth, i' is not right to do so at the expense of other people's feelings. To go abou: the world uttering pointed officious home truths is not necessary, and has no element of kindness in it. Suce girls are not popular, and their ad vent is usually dreaded. And though popularity is not everything, a girl who is a favorite is generally kind courteous,.and gentle, and those arc the virtues to strive for. Sincerity is one thing, over-candour quite another and there is not the slightest necessity to go into society with such a weapon to fell your acquaintances. If you Sre asked for your advice, give it, but use suavity?')and gentle words, and give it in shch a manner that no of. fence can be taken. Do not go about acting the role of ...
THE BEST PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
THE BEST PRESENT. The three sons of an Eastern lady €ere invited to furnish her with ar expression of their love before she weni a long journey. One brought a marble iablet with the inscription of her name; another presented a rich garland ol 'ragrant flowers; the third entered hei ,resence and thus accosted her: "Mo jher, I have neither marble tablet not Iragrant nosegay, but I have a heart: lere your name is engraved. here yaour nemory is precious, and this heart, ful i affection, will follow you wherevei rou travel, and remain with you'wher wver you renose." The teeth, should be cleaned all or er. Cleansing the mouth should be practised after every meal with the same regularity with which the childi gets its daily bath. Especially is the tooth toilet necessary after the last meal of the day, because more mis chief is done in the night while the tongue and jaws are at rest than at any other period. Principal of University to newly. made Yankee millionaire: "Now, sir, if you wish t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
Bartlett's Gippsland Opposite Railway • Station, Motor Garage. stiSALE 'PHONE 115, Day and Night Service. l[in erva, ft~i~erva Touring Touring cars for Cars for Hire. Hire. Complete Overhauls Carried out. Work Guaranteed. Most MIodern Machines and Hand Tools Used in Automobile Construction. gP Inspection Invited......... ............ .................Inspection Invited. Night Attendant Always on Premises. Ring Bell at Door Full Stocks of Dunlop and Continental Tyres Always on Hand. Petrol, Oil, Grease and all iaccessories. Sole Agents for leading makes of Cars. Catalogues on Application. Jno. R. SHAVE, late of BA RTL ETT'S Daimler Works and Wolseley Works, England; GARAG E, SA L E. so ellowand Faliner's, ,. OPKINelb., Head Engineers. J. G, HOPKIN'S, Manager. _1 When you are not sure if Mr. A. J. Trood, the well-known Gipps land dentist, is at home, just ring up phone 38, and make an ap pointment. Fourteen years' prac tire in Traralgon speaks for itself. A MINER SAYS For Years He Wor...
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
II . .COMMERCIAL. -0 S o - GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Thee. B. Little and Co. Thee. B. Little and Co. report: Fat Cattle-At Mcrwell on Tuesday we had a big yarding, all sold very satisfactorily. More than usual in at Sale, plenty of buyers for good beef. We quote prime c,,w: to so os, go do. from £5 12 heifers )6 2s, hgh do. at £5, S ore Cattle A vero heavy yarding at Mo well, ll cla-s: sold well, resulting in a splendid sale. We yarded 150 head at Longford, sold nearly everything. At sale all our pens were filled, and though biddings were not very s irired we soua ,a. majority at good prices. Forward si'ringers to £7 2s, springing heifers £6 5s, pens of backward do at £4 s0s store cows to [4 4s, 3 year cd bull ocks [5 1 5s, 3-year olddo in forward condition, £ti I2s, IS month steers to £3 13s, young heifers [2 18s, yearl ing heifers and steers 42. -h..... We yarded 3000 at our Longford sale andthough only about h it an inch fell the wet weather interfered with the sale, thesheep looki...
TO WASH LACE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
TO WASH LACE. In these days when lace is used fnr everything, and on everything, it ia necessary to know the best way to wash this delicate fabrio, for soiled lace is fatal to the appearance of any gown. however exquisite. If a womrn n values her lace she will wash it herself; it is no trouble, and the result is eminently satisfactory. The lace article should first be gently shaken to free it of all loose dust, then plunged into a basin of warm water with a little borax. It is a great mistake to rub lace, however gently; it is so apt to tear the fine stitches; it is best merely to dab it about in the water until it is quite clean. When all the dirt has come iway it should be thoroughly rinsed in pure water, and if a cream or dark shade is desired, it must he pas'ed Ihrough water in which some coffee essence has been pat. Having obtain. rd the exact tint, the nlace must bl ently pulled out and wound round a ig glass bottle, taking care that thbo right aide is on the outside. If tbhe ...
GOOD LOOKS NOT WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
tGOOD LOOKS NOT WANTED. No matter how plain your face nia? be you can become a stylish and fine looking woman if you cultivate a gooc carriage and a certain individuality ii dress. You know that the most fa. cinating women in the world have beds plain-looking. There is a charm of per sonality that has nothing whatever to do with bright eyes or pretty hair. D, all you can to improve your complexion Cultivate a pleasant expression by har ing a cheerful disposition, and thei train your body to symmetry and grace fulness. You exaggerate your defect .nd you are supersensitive.
CARRAJUNG. CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
CARRAJUNG. CONCERT AND BALL. A concert and ball mn aid of the hall fund was held in the Carra ,jung hall on Monday last, and, not-. withstandiihg the wintry weather, both were wel'attended, the total proceeds amounting to nearly £13. The concert programme was pro vided by local, Calhlgnee and Yar ram artists. The Yarram party made a' picni cof their outing, and left in al fdrag, in charge of 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 in extra good form for the dinner pro vided by thle 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, an though two of them were venture some enough to go exploimg for mushrooms, which made an appe tising adjunct to tea. The Carrajung hall is rather a surprise to the uninitiated. It is capable of holding comfortably 300 people, a...
KJERGAARD HALL. NEW RECREATION RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
KJERGAARD HALL. NEW RECREATION RESERVE. A public meeting was held in the new Kjergaar hall, at Blackwarry West, on Saturday evenmg last, when a proposal made by Mr. .T. Livingston, M.L.A., at the opening of the hall that a recreation re serve be estabhlished m connection with the hall, was discussed by a gathering of nearly 40 people. The chairman of the hall committee, Mr Mat. Thomas, was in the chair, and Mr. Henry Cook acted as secretary After discussion, it was unanim mously decided that a recreation reserve be estabhlished at the hall, and four acres are to be purchased from Mr. F. Cumming at £10 per acre. The following officials were ap pointed: President, Mr. M: Thomas secretary;,Mr. Henry Cook; com mittee, Messrs. A. Kenedy, F. C. Cumming, C. and G. Moorfield, T, A. Cook, jnr., M. Butler, H. Hea ley, J. Bunting, ana A. Berryman. A bollot was necessary before the committee were elected, as about 20 nominations were received for the number required. Towards the cost of the gro...
THE SANDBANK. MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 21 April 1914
THE SANDBANK, . MIEETING OF L?COMMITTEER A meetingof !the Sandbank com mittee was held in Pentland, Can field land Co's office on Fridayi evening last. Mr. Pettit presided, and there were also present Messrs Canfield (secretary), King and T. A. WVilhams. The iminutes of the previous meeting were confirmed, and ac counts amounting to £21 14s 9d were passed for payment, and £4 6s ld for the previous month. The secretary said that the con-. tractor for re-forming the track 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 saidithe specifications for the work were not exphicit enough. It was decided to ask the con tractor to meet the committee on on the ground on Thursday after noon. nMr. Williams suggested that be fore spending money on the rustic bridge it -would be better to Im prove the tree guards. Substantial guards were requi...