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OUTWARD CIRCUMSTANCES AND HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
OUTWARD CIRCUMSTANCES AND HAPPINESS. After the most humble competence, outward circumstances have very lit tle to do with human happiness; all depends on the discipline of the mind and feelings. A due estimate of things, according to their degrees of value, and a superiority to the vain parade of life put it in the power of almost every one to enjoy as much satisfaction as the frail condition of our being will permit; and he who tas lis his intellect to enforce these moral lessons is the most useful of all teacners.
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She Xar -f • TW Pre" Sommers (/■jsidení.), Aa Williams, LloyiB Dickinson, Jamas, Mahouy, Davies Wnd Evans. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, and the outward correspondence read and* approved of, the principal inward was dealt with as follows CORRESPONDENCE. From John Lardner, LeoDgatba, asking for a settlement of his ac count for services as a witness in the Jaw suit -Lenstou v. Shire.—Batanee due (£32 lis) to paid this meeting. From H, iiyron Moore, Somervili and Day, forwarding prospectus of 1 Joan of £1390.—Received. From Secretary Shire of Buln Bulu, apologising for the absence of presi dent on the deputation to the Minister I in the matter of increased subsidy 4th, 5th and Gth class shires, through^ a misnnderst^ßdmg.—Received. From"Traralgon Shire_ Council, re above.—Received. From Secretary ßiJI End Bush Fire Relief Committee, bringing under the Secretary's notice matter of re porting on stated cases of distress in the Hill End and Fumina dis...
A VAST GRASS CARPET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
A VAST GRASS CARPET. In the making of one gigantic carpet 6ö,000 feet in area, 200 people—practi cally the entire population of the vil lage of Glemsford, Suffolk—have been for many wooks employed. Woven of cocoanut fibre and raffia grass, with a "pilo" 1% inches in thickness, and dyed green, the carpet looks and feels like genuine turf, it can be rolled smooth like a real lawn, and cricket, tennis, and hockey balls "play" off it in precisely the same fashlou as tney do off real growing grass. In the mak ing of the carpet, which will cost £5000, more than twenty tons of raffia grass are being used. When finished the carpet will weigh forty-six tons. During the winter, croquet, lawn ten nis, cricket, football, hockey, pelota, and other games will be played on it.
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) "MOE. The annual Sunday School picnic in connection with the Church of England, Moe, was held on Saturday afternoon last. The place chosen this year was near Mr Bechaz's paddock^ Hitherto, the gathering has been hew at "The Pines," and tbo change of site is, we are informed, attributable to the small attendance, many families being conspicious by their absence, prefering to remain at home rather than risk being snake-bitten. The reptiles are known to abound in the long grass and undergrowth in the vicinity, where the children would have to carry out the day's programme. At Holy Trinity Churcù of Eog I nd (Mot1), on Sunday afternoon last, a ma riage service was conducted. Tb«* contracting parties were M¡99 Bessie L ng (daughter of Mr H. Long, pro prietor of the Club Hotel), and Mr K'wia Hosken (son of Mr Hoske», j»-e of Moondarra), of Moe. The brides iua:d» wer« Misses A. Long and S. Su1 ton, the • fficiating clergyman bein* the ßev. C. W. Ro...
TRUE STORY OF A [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
TRUE STORY OF A collie dog in Scotiaud, wl^^P I know well (writes a correspondent), Is In the habit of fetching from his master's room slippers, cap, keys, or anything he is sent for. One day, sent on the usual errand, he did not re appear. His master followed, aud found that . tue door of the bedroom had blown to, and that the dog was a prisoner. Some days later he was again told t fetch something; and, as the wind was high, his master,, after a few minutes' delay, followed him. He found him in the act of fixing the door firmly back with a doormat, which he had pulled across the landing for the purpose, and, having taken this pre caution, the prudent animal proceeded to look for the slippers.
CRICKET. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION TRAFALGAR v. WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
CRICKET. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION TRAFALGAR v. WAURAGUL. j^riio above clubs met on the Warra Crragul ground 011 Saturday last, and as Trafelgar was very poorly re presented the match, resulted in an easy victory for Warragul. The follow ing are the scores:— McDonough, c Nurse, b T. Collins Wolch, I.D.W., b T. Collins ... Small, b Heywood Davine, not out Tenney, c Nicholas, b Hey wood Total ...133 Bowlidg analysis. —Hey wood, 4 lor 20; T. Collins, 3 for 33; Ferrior, 2 for 15; A.. Cellins 1 for 5. TRAFALGAR. Ferrior, b McDonough Nicholas, l.b.w., b Welch ' Nurse, b Welch T. Collins, runout : 3 lieywood, c Davine, b McDonough A. Oollin6, not out Sullivan, b McDonough : Young, c McCracken, h Weich... ' Both.wick, c and b White Cunningham, c Teunay Total ... Bowling adalysis;—M' ' onougb, 3 for Welch for 21; Small, 1 for 2; White, 2- fo
SOIL INOCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
SOIL INOCULATION, Accounts have already appeared of thé recent investigation into the ques tion of soil inoculation for the growth of leguminous crops, which have been made both in Germany and the United Experiments are now in progress at most of the agricultural experimental stations in this country for the pur pose of testing the efficiency ef the material both in the field and in the laboratory, but it cannot be said that tne preliminary reports, so far re ceived, are encouraging. In view, however, of the interest which is being taken in the question, and the fact that the preparations are now obtainable commercially in this country, it may be well to point out that It is only under certain condi tions that the use of cultures is claim ed to offer any possibility of gain, These conditions, which have been referred to in the previous articles, are summarised by the United States De partment of Agriculture aa follow:— When Inoculation ¡s Necessary. Inoculation is necessary— 1. On a...
CHAPTER XXII. The Coming Fete. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
CHAPTER XXII. The Coming Pete. Fortunately for their owu peace of mind, the Weston sisters were too sim ple-hearted and unsuspicious to enter tain a doubt that the invitations which they had received for the coming fes and a gracious desire pleasure. True, they had never made their debut in society, for they had but I suing their education. Of course they had amount o£ social life, in connection | with this institution, for Madam B— was in the habit of holding periodical I receptions for the benefit of her pupils, | and they had all been carefully t ed in the rules of etiquette which go-1 verned such functions; but they had | never before received an invitation attend a ball or fete from any of t gentry of the country, although, children whom the Ellcrtons favored, they had been asked to juvenile par ties during their more youthful years. "Oh! how perfectly lovely," delight edly exclaimed May Weston, as having broken the seal of the daintily-emboss ed envelope, she drew forth the he...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
Î^bofsssiokai. Notices. Legal. ^ \a OAIîI>-] J. A. WILMOTH SON, SOLICITORS, MELBOURNE axb TRAFALGAR. Mï R -T- Wilmotl) Visits Trafalgar on First and Third Saturday m each month. (Commissioners for takln-; Affidavits). " La cart).] HUBERT KELLY, BARRISTE«* AND SOLICITOR. proctor and Conveyancer, TRAFALGAR, Visits MOE Every Tuesday. All kinds oí LEC.AL WORK Transacted. CRAY, FRIEND & WILLIAMSON Barristers and Solicitors, WATÏBAGUL. Kutey Public; Commissions of die Supreme Court of Victoria and oi lite Ilifeli Convt ol Australia. WAFAMATi - .VISITE» - HOT - SATBDAY. (11.30 a.m. to 5 p.ro). Or on other dates by appointment. TRUST MONIES TO LEND. PRANK G-EACH, TRUST MOMEVS TO LEND. Head Office : QUËEX STRFXT, WARRAGÜL (Next to "Guardian" Office), "Where ÄTr. Gtsich ¡noy be Consulted Daily. M. I) A VINE, Attends all District Courts. C0iraissi0NT.il op Tin-, S^vhemk Court '" TRUST &0Nl£YS TO LEND. Wj o jno.uoo. XU COMMISSION; •timid:-, T.ca««-!Wds, Wills and Otlior LOWES...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
Bt's?Mï8g NpTícra. S. MÚRmSf / . • pra-cticai,^. * - WATCHMAKER JÉWJLUB ¿ OPTJCIAX*^ TRAFALGAR («1ÍAR THB BA&Kf.) ' - ^ZTWork Jít'CPfves—"* > - *v PRÖill'T AND C'.-VEEFtfTi ATTENTION' "ANO IS GUARANTEED. * Select Sloct of WaWies, Cbch, .tóíycllery, Hate, Silver Jfeiirtoc) i . ooäs and .SpectnclS At-Cm' Pkioes. *v Every nrUíío^liíaí^ -frith -thó- Victoria ^--^vSïôrR1 A&aocjiitjfeu quaKt£&aia$ x '¡' ~l?r: Are You intÉested in jewellery? V H. lEWlAIPS^ -ttMJSTRA'TBDCATOLOGlfe' May be'had fpi'-the asking! - Ti'yoij.ivimUftlji,, à Present tggi Friend, ' -I or BOmelmnR for yonraÄ (l,is-cnlolog,,¿ $5f5J^W »'"«'o» of When tayinj^Wellcr? you must r0]y that y où- should deal with ji firm'or stoi vhero no *dv0„i^ çvjJl b& token oí you. , -, 0,™ ;» ■),„ oltóAtoblishcd jen-ellen. . Iwuum m »ma». ^ «pntatic * ' - straight dealing eslonda all over Austral . • Öyoojcannot onil on ne, you can shop witi I srn-lS. 2'J T"1 be'°3 ho"«st,y - If anything >ve send you ...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
. -NOTES ANT) COMMENTS. "ile I bim J.-iISöHorl Í3,U00Pc.lriyt'i„It7° month, a„,i Mother «titer L - netl » l,h WUL8r>, Oy ware ¿oaai^.. rtU' ®P'u«d 2000 ¡a 1 *r- l>. Wlkfe (&'V¡,w „..-.À ' informed the v „ at Friday % . e °M»ic¡r,: in tlie" luv' suit "'r »„'¡¡í' "l0 aWJea^ jouid ^baíív^, Í'SV-, Shire> fdu['»g ">&lt;= tot week in Ma«h. ™8 Seven tons of chaff hi^ Moe to the order t iml at ípr by the sufferers and ™y fres It «ppiicatkmt wh"eí° pLTfc4 """'—WLv^il beap-1 from tie GoTOrnmentTl>» iWlma also terns by the Goveí'ámiíJr'5' a,ld ÄÄÄ, sferera> I losses J)S io)Ws- „m,, 7 ^ lte BeamSí; ÏS?' ff; Mr. tt gcefc reported ? ïS-:H^?â=-Î ««»¿a®»' íiíuI grace which ren f ease TrafalMiMH-o , L Iii 7T« fo¡k ^'iiity of aoquirin?"?]6- a? °pp0r" aocomplishroent on rnv 0 "?1,nS '«ras, Sr.ss Kaye Xhn ',"ode!'ale considerable r>v¡L'- ^Ias tad present. &fr y » ni€Qi^ers were] treasurer iWed tLf? m' TbeI pectation, which ¿et m ' ex' to the bush firn ¿„t, ....
The News. Nee temere, Nee timide, PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR, PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
fieros. Nee tañere, nec timide. PRINTED » AT » TRAFALGAR, Published Teorsday Mornings. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1906. The Department of Agriculture iß sending circulars to various country municipal .councils desiring to know whether they wish to apply for authority to administer under the pro visions of the Dairy Supervision Act, or whether they would prefçr the Government to administer the act within their" respective boundaries. The meaning of this is, whether the council will appoint a duly qualified inspectoral- supervisior), or whether the Government will make the appoint ment at the council's expense. The act provides that an inspector must undergo a certain examination and ob tain a certificate of competency before being entitled to fill the office of sup ervisor. It is also provided that the minimum salary to be paid to each inspector shall be £150 peu- annum. From a monitary point of view this,-of course, is a matter of serious moment. Most country councils already employ (Ja...
IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE CHAPTER XXI. The Prospective Baronet. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE By Mrs. G. SHELDON, Authoress of "Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," "Mona, or The Secret of a Royal Mirror," etc. CHAPTER XXÍ. The Prospective Baronet. Alice's startled exclamation had been luised by the sudden and double re ort of firearms just behind their re leapi: cd to reconnoitre the premises. Pass- ! ing around to the roar of die naystack, I ho found a youug man standing there, j a huge black snake- which had been in I inc act of crawling from beneath the | rick into the sunlight, writhing in its death throes at his feet, while he him- . self was trying to Fiauneh the blood | which was flowing profusely from a wound in his hand, with his handker chief. clai ing himself kc "Slightly—it is only a scratch and I will not amount to anything," returned | the granger, lightly; "I had take lago in i bo haystack yonder," pointing j to another at some where they stood, "to escape the shower, but as soon as the rain erased . I started on my way again and had come thus far...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
AUCTION REMINDERS. Messrs. Jennings and Mclmies. Trafalgar stock sales first and third Saturdays in each month. Next sale—February 17. Messrs. Mathiesou and Davis. TiaLilgar stock sales second and third Saturdays in each mouth. Next sale -February 24. Messrs. Muthieson and Davis. Moe stock dales last Saturday in each month. .Next sale —February 28. Messrs. Skew« and Patterson. Yarragoa stock sales fortnightly. Next sale—February Messrs. Adamson. Strettle and Co. Mel bourne stock sales as follow—Newmarket, Tuesdays, uu&lt;l ' Wednesdays; Corporatiou Yards, Thursdays and Fridays. In anticipation of a monster strike nest-April, affecting 400,OUO miners, the mine workers of America are en deavoring to raise a sirike o! £1,000,000, In olden days the election agent - made a good deal more money ha does now. In one case anage^s enter-, ed among the various iterns^ anxiety» £500."
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
WARRMiUL STOCK SALI-:. Shew« Hticl Patterson report buviag lield their iHiial weekl« mrket *fc tli«ir yar.ls, Waira^ul, od Tbwrs''ajr i«sr. There was ft fair yarding of stuck, bub D'ices were again low, and b!ddio¿ was witli ut spirit. They qa-te as under Pius.—S'lckeie 3s to 5s, slips, Sj to 'Jar st'res, 10s to 1&h, small poik-rs. l-ta 'o 20s, lurg& fio. 22h Si to 27s. S .eep.— For war.) condi'iODe-l lauibs Us, C'Ule.— Porwa J cows i«4 t Li 10», store o. bo»t LS to L3 10a, o Ut» L2 'o í&lt;2 I5s, aged do. from 20s, milkers and springers b-at L6 t.&lt;j LG 10â, second do. Lö to L5 10s, o b&lt;T9, from L4. backward do. L4 10a t■> L5 5a, springing heifers L3 15« lo L4 15?, others fr->m L3 10s, do. 2ys, 50s la 60s, do. 18mtbs. 35?" to 4-5*, do. p ddi&lt;">, 15s to 20s, 8in-»ll, 12s fid (mixed sexes), -tie s (yearlings), 30s to ¿5s, bulls, 25s to Li.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. W. G. White, Australian Produce Auction Rooms. 491 to 497 Flinders Laue West, re ports as follows:— Cheese.—-Market - steady. Fair supplies. Prime imes of ne«- makes, öd. to 5¿d.¡ good matured, 8£d. to fid. Medium, new, to 4>d. Loaf size 5d. to ó^d. Inferior lots Fresh Butter.—Market steady. Prime fac tory lump realised lid. to llj-q., a few speci al lots higher, prime separator Old. to 104. good Bid. to 9d„ poor lower. Egg*.—Market steady. Ordinary Hues 7-Jd. dozcu. Private lines higher. Bacca.—Steady. Light town cured sides, 7d. to 7¿d.; middles 7Id. to öd.; ham« 7¿d. to 9d;lard,ó£d to Cd. bladders. Honey.—Prime extracted, 3d. to 3¿d.; me dium, dull, 2jd. to 2:¡d. Beeswax Is. Id.to Is. 2d. per lb. Carcase Pork. — Easier. Friday only. Prime light weights, well-dressed, realised 3jd. to 4d.; medium and heavy weights» 2>d. to 3d. Choppers lower. Prime vealers to Z*A others ljd. to 2d. Poultry.—Fair demand for prime table birds, poor lots very dull. You...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Messrs IIcPIüuI Bro? and port under dato of 8Ü1 iUGG:—About 2,050 pigs y much easier' throughout. Lxira prime »ora at from 2\ s to ¿lis ; prime, lite to 23s ; light, lös to l^a. Bacon woe fairly well supplied and of good quality. The demand «v¡«> briek for pens of best sorts at slightly improved rates Extra prime rnado from -iOs to lös, a few pens u little higher; prime, 30sto -10s ; light,from 30s. Baekfatters, moderate number penned. The demand was esceedinq dull, aud prices ruled decidedly lower. Extra primo and heavy realized from £2 10s to £3 7a tie! ; bulk at from £t 15a to J¡2 6s ; rough, from Ll 10s.
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. CREAM ANAD BUTTER IN TWO MINUTES A TWO-MINUTE CHURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 15 February 1906
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. CREAM AND BLTTEU l.V TWO MINUTES. Mr. Garbutt, a younjç agricultural implement maker, near Scarborough,, hss invented a cbura which will turn cream into butter in two minutes. Its working is thus described in the > "Daily News" of I¿th October:—"Mr. Garbutt, with his 1 two-minute churo,' hhs grasped the simple fact that it is the quickness and force of the blow given to the craam that determine the rate at whiek it will be converted into butter. So he has made a churn con sisting of a iixed barrel with revolving paddles, but a gearing-wheel makes the paddles turn eleven times for e?ery revolution of the handle. As the power is required chieily when each, row of dashers strikes- the cream, he has added a heavy flywheel to make the turning less jerky. And thoee two things—the speed gear and the flywheel—are the whole of the inven tion. It simply means that the cream is beaten ten times as fast as before, with no more effort. The old labor ious thumps are repl...