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INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. It is reported by the well known Pa tent Attorneys, Messrs. G. G. Turn & Co., of "Tiie Rialto," Collins Street, Melbourne, that in the ordinary course, Patents of tlie Commonwealth will be granted in respect of all or most of the following inventions. Complete spe cifications and drawings are publicly available. Milking Machine-hand operated (6313-1275)-The teats are aoted upon by .pads controlled by cords. - A. P. Heyman, purchaser from J. Neilson, Denmark. Cultivator (6316-127-5)-A channel iron frame, triangular with devices to receive ana hold twines.-A. E, Miles, Victoria. Wire Strainer and Twister (6380 1277)-A yoke carries a winch barrel, having horns, etc.-J. O'Callaghan, Victoria. Head Gear for Windmill (6559 1278)-This pump mill has toothed rt> duotion gear in an oil tight casing with oil distributing devices. - J ."Alston, Victoria. Detachable scarifier share (6616 1279)-Wrought metal with the socket integral.-R...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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ARTIFICIAL MANURING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

ARTIFICIAL MANURING. The whole object of artificial manur ing being to supplement the deficien cies of tlie soil, it is highly desirable that a farmer should ascertain by trails in the field ivhat is the actual amount of increase which he obtains from-tha application of the manures he purchases A few carefully-made ex periments will teaoh him what his land and crops are really in need of. Should he use superphosphate as well as nitrate of soda for Iiifj wheat? "What dressing of the nitrate is most econp mical? Is superphosphate alone suffi cient for his turnip crop, or should ammonia or nitrate be employed as well? What is the smallest quantity of. superphosphate sufficient for the crop? Will it pay to use potash salts for his' seeds, his pasture, or his potato crop? These and many other ques tions can only bo answered by trials on his own fields. On the farmer's knowledge of such facts will depend the economy -with which he is able to use purcihased manures, which are by some waste...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

Business No tices, It's so Easy to Get just what you Want IN AT LESLIES. So 3rou will find it to your big advantage, both in Time Saved and Quality Gained, to come to this Store when you need :. a Pair of Shoes. Come and Try on a Pair or Two. 1. Ladies' Good Glace Kid Aida pattern Shoes, no toecaps, ro.s. 'soles, iu square or round toes, at 6"s lid pair 2. Ladies' Real Enamel Coltskin Derby Shoes, dull kid tops^in.s. '".^soles, full round . toes; Cuban heels, at 9s 6d pair. 3. Ladies' best glace Mazeppa hide Lace Shoes, patent toecap and facings, m.s, soles, Cuban heels, at 5s lid -pair .4. Gents' real Boxhide Golosh ad Lace' Boots, unlined, m s. soles, comfortable round toes, at 9s 6d 5, Child's Ileal Glace Kid Lace Boots, m.s. soles., smart patent toecaps, sizes 7 to 9, 4s Gd pair, sizes 1U to 13, 5s 6d pair 6. Special lot of Gents'good grade Glace Kid Goloshed Lace Boots, plain toes, in sizes 8, 9, and 30 only; ordinarily sold at 12s 6d. Our special price 9s 6d 7- Child's Best Gl...

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SIDELIGHTS ON BALLET-DANCING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

===== ' I, SIDELIGHTS ON BALLET-DANCING. t -- There are very few professions con cerning which the general public knows so little as it does of ballet dancing. ? , J'allet dancing is a difficult'-art--to learn,'a girl of average talent seldom, heing- fit for a...firSt-cfass ballet'??foe-', fore she has had five years of hard training, and to make a "star" dan ger at least ten years' training'is.re quired. . The public ought to be disillusion ed as regards tlie "fafoulous" salaries; [laid to dancers. .Three pounds a week is a very good salary, and the: majority of dancers do not receive', ?more than £1 a week. Even the few "stars" only get from-£20 to* £50 weekly, which, in most profes sions, would foe considered a very poor ."top price" indeed. . . The most helpful training for dan cers is known as "side practice.". The budding', coryphee clings to a; handrail with one hand and, thus supported, goes carefully through the various motions. . The battle was over. . The gallant Twenty-t...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS. CHAPTER XVIII. RICHARD HAMMOND'S LAST RESOLVE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS. (By W. Howell Poole). CHAPTER XVin. RICHARD HAMMOND'S, LAST RE SOLVE. We should not Hurry to realise a bloody sentence; A word may be recalled, a life oan iiever fee. .-Schiller. Mary Hammond was suddenly throw upon the mercy of a selfish world; the gaunt spectre of starvation stood, be fore her threshold; a sick child was crying in her arms for food denied-. No t'din "5 ii2.d ? bcr rfi'oci-lis.r. iiu? band since 'his cruel desertion-a de sertion she attributed to the cruel in fluence of his evil associate, whose machinations he had ever been unable to understand. So day by day, she returned home, wearied andr exhausted by a futile search for labor; day by day she read upon the thin pale faoe of her stricken "child, a fever, hurrying on for want of nourishment to fight it off. In response to many applications she liad made for employment, but one had consented to engage her to work about the house, and to this lady she was indebted for a day's food and two shillings...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

MONEY TO LEND ON2S- FARMS DUNCANWELLER 6XQUEE-N 6T A1EI/B9URM: : ; : . AT LAST! HIGH-CLASS SWEDISH EEPi-EU TORS available at prioaa HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our introduction of tha NEW* MODEL "VEGA" His dealt a death-blow to the Exorbitant Prices charged by our Competitors. MAKE NO MISTAKE! The New Model "VEGA" 1ft roughly and cheaply^ constructed e*pa» ator, , It has no superior in quality, and prioe there's nothing to approach it. WE ASK all intending buysre verify tihase statements, and tk SAVE MONEY, which ia nona pies tifal these times. PMCE8: 19 Gal. £8 15 6 18 Sal. £7 0 fl 66 Gal. £10 10 0 60 Gal. £1* lfl Energetic Oommicola* Age*t» ihrongchonJ- Victoria. Splendid ^pportinitj smart aalasm. Writ® to-day, Dapartmanj "K.P.," Buckeye Harvester Co U f If VBA*CH0 IT., M>iaODSHft IN STUDYING YOUR DRESS, STUDY YOUR POOKET, TOO!!I Don't Pay Higher Prioes for Suit* no better than Mine! I deal strictly for Cash, consequently have no bad debts for w,hich yon have to pay. I import all my ma t...

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RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

RANDOM READINGS. (BY SILAS SNELL). Well, thank goodness, the holidays are over, and left people stranded financially, socially, and industrially. The only chap 1 know who keeps a stiff upper lip is Silfts, which is perhaps Hccounted for by the fact that he hasn't yet gone back to work, and doesn't intend to.- The cause of all the misery we see seems to be the craze people have for working. When I see a chap standing melancholious like after a week's dissipation, I go up to that young m»n and say, "Look here, my amiable chicken, you've been holiday making, seeing relations and friends, spooning around in the orchard, and gorging your overtaxed digestive org -ns with all the contradictory in gredients you can lay hands on. You have been luxuriating yourself on cake and beer and idleness-and you now wake up to the f»ct that life is real, life is earnest, and money is the goal, and the way to that goal lies through the valley of hard graft and up tlie hill of slavery. Mind you, I don't ...

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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

HAINFALL. The following is ft record of the rain fall at Hey field for the past 12 months, recorded by Mr J. H. Pearson : January ... 0.80 July ... 0 56 February ... 0.91 August ... 1 28 March ... 6.37 September 0.72 April ... 1,54 October... 2.87 May ... 3.35 November 3.17 June . ... 3.14 December . 0 33 Total-25.04in, _ 1912-18.58in. 191J-3051in. At Seaton tlie foliowiug fall is re corded : January ... 0.75 July ... 1.23 February ... 1.30 August ... 2.30 March . . 6.60 September " 0.93 April ... 0.56 October... 2.58 M«y ... 3 39 November 3.44 June ... 2 97 December 0.30 Total-26.33in. At Glenmnggie the record was 33.40 inches. George Reid says he is happiest in his pyjamas, and has received deputa tions and interviewers attired in those unconventional garments. A man is, no doubt, justified in .htiulying his own comfort, but. a High Commissioner surely oUght to be careful about setting a faxhiou in loose habits. A tejinis afternoon was held at Seaton on New Year's Day, when-there ...

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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.J0 ' Fat Cattle-3550 yarded, comprising 155P N.S.W., 900 N.E., 360G., 270 W., 260 N., 200 S. The demand was good for both local and export require ments, «nd prices ruled firm. Prime pens bullocks L10 10s to L12, extra to £13, good L9 108 to L10 5s, light and lmndy L8 to L9, seconds and inferior from L6 to L7 15s. Prime pens cows L7 15j to L8 15h, odd beasts to Lll 15s, good L6 to L7 5i, others from L4 10d. Fat Calves-580 penned, prices for small calves easier, others unchang ed. Mathieson and Davis sold 221 fafc cattle and calves.

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MADAME LENA CONLY. WILL AGAIN TOUR GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

MADAME LENA CONLY. WILL AGAIN TOUR GIPPS LAND. The music loving public of Hey field and district" will be pleased to learn that Madame Conly's talented concert company will commence a tour of the principal Gippslatid towns early in th& present year, and propose to visit Hey field some time in April. Madame Conly has just completed a most suc cessful tour of the Commonwealth, and the following press notices should con vince residents that they are particu larly favored by a visit from this com pany. The Sydney "Bulletin" says : - "In 'Sing Sweet Bird,' most-singers get more applause than thev deserve, by reason of a hard-worked flute doing the genuine canary trill and Bhake. With a mere piano at her elbow, Madame Conly did the bird-warbling herself." The Adelaide "Advertiser" : "Beau tiful quality of voice, complete control of all phases of shade, perfect in tonation, and great sympathy made Madame's songs delightful. . , She fully sustained her great reputation." The Brisban...

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SINGING M.P.'S. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

SINGING M.P.'S. ---f-- ? ... Ail Irish inoml)er oL parliament once .suggested - that-. a lew comic songs sung" in the 'House ol -O0111 moiis would considerably enliven -thu debates. . If that course were adopted many _ of the 'hcyiouralifle members would bo-able to indulge- in.their pet' hobbies. The late "Air. Gladstone, J or "instance, not -'only delighted in ...»n strumcMita! music,'but, it. is t-:aid. oc casionally sang ^omic'songs. One nigger minstrel ditty- Doo-dah, Doo-dali-dey"-in particular ? hail a peculiar fascination for him. ? The present- Minister- of \Var, Mr. Haldano is also devoted to music. Hut, .'un like the G.O.M., -his Ijent lies 111 the direction-of'-classical'-, operas and or atorios.; - '--y-r.'. ?- .v': .. Dr. Afacna'mera: is another devotee to classical .music; Mr. Balloui'7 on the other side favours' soi.'gs of the red nose.and dilapidated type, which proclaim the woes of tlie. much perse -uted married mtvi. AVhen listening to a dull, debate, Sir "'Henry. ...

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LIVING IN PINE TREES TO CURE CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

LIVING ffl PINE TREES TO CURE CONSUMPTION T . Living in a tree top in mid-winter is the way Mr. Charles Battersby is regaining: health and vigour, after a struggle with consumption. Three years ago the spectre of the white Death laid its finger upon him. ITc was then working in. a jewelry shop, and his physician advisee), him to go to a dry,.' bracing mountain region. Bu-t Battersby had little money, and felt that he could not afford-such' a trip. He decided to make a fight for.-' life by living in the open air at home. " , . ,-r His parents luive a farm iii an iso lated spot'. It is a -hilly' country, and has plenty : of fine' trees,' par ticularly pitch pine, that give^a bal samic odour, to the air. : Young Bat tersby, only- twenty-one then, had read that this was the quality of air I to cure him. - - ' - . ,' . _JIe began the fight -against his disease in a very simple way. "l)u^ ring the day- lie. did light work on the farm. At^iiglit lie slept with the windows of his .room wido...

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OUR RURAL LETTER. (Written for the Heyfleld "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

OUR RURAL LETTER. (Written for tne Heyfleld "Herald") Mueji is being made of tlie discov by the Country Roads Board that eritable Land of Promise exists in eytesbury and (Xw.:v Forest Thau is. however. an old pone who has even a casual the undeveloped resour -undeveloped for tho of the lack of faeili J;he province of the effort on the part hare been for mora ftion struggling to bring reductive areas into their need for railways and noi been recognised by ^ Tithorities. Efforts, little short desperate have been put forth by , two settlers to liave the justice of their claims for assistance recognised. But < lie uvil. of centralisation-the "pull" of the people in the big centres-has rendered these efforts null. The |jo:>.rd, during a recent -pilgrimage through .Heytesbui'V and Otway lror er.t.s, found that want of good roads i& .Holding back development in dairy iirming to a: marked degree, but dairy karmers are manufacturing cheese iu large quantities, because i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

Auctioneers. S[Itli[iesoira^^vis AUCTIONEERS. . ^TOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, IS&le, Trwalgw, Mra, Ssyfisld, ,. And 5 St. James' Buildings, Melboutn * PAT O'CONNOR, ; Local Agent.' Adaiqsoii, Strettle & Co PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 396 B0MRKE ST., MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their Bacaar Am NKWMA.RKRT-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat <'attle, Wednesdays Ar CoRPORATOON MARKET-Pigs and Calves, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays .CL'EARING-OUT "SALES A. SPECIALTY. '?PURE STOCK SALESMEN, Tirust Monies to lend, lowest rates W. L. DAHBEL AND CO. MAFFRA, Tbe ONLY Wine and- Spirit Mer chant iu Mafira Shire. ALES Breheny's-5s 9J doz, 6d bottle. Foster's Lager-8s doz, 8d bottle Victoria Bitter-8a doz, 8d bot. M'Ewan's-14s doz, Is 2d bot. _ Girl Lager-15s doz, Is 8d bot. Holsten's Lager-15s doz, Is 3d bot, STOUT Butke's qt., 15s doz, Is 3d bot. Bulldog pt., 10s doz, lOd bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

¥@U want . . 99 At least, we ACCORDION CKRTAINI/V presume you want the BKST the world produces-and tli.it is Lhe u MUZON." They cost a little others, but the -Well, r^an-likc Tone, a;?d see how exquisitely they .ire made and finished. VOICES 'The Crlestial Mezon, 30/-; The Or,-;«n Mezon, 35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Cxnnd Organ Mozon.C3/-; The Chromatic Mezon, 50/-. Carefully packcd and forwarded to any address. MY CAT* 1 ?-<}'-:** 1* <>* tn your her:?. Send your ar..ir'jsi tor. it to-day and i will mall it, i-ukb, " PLEASE NOTE Hint 1 have moved a little higher up the street. * My new address is 2-56 BGURKE STREET, M£LS3URftE 0»2 Dear Abovo Swansian Strso!. & QliBSR ¥058 SUIT BY MMii O'jp la'Mc f.'ai.'crJcr Department lias been specially c~!anizc:i for the benefit of Country Clients who ap. pre jkito style, rn-.isli at a reasonable price. Out SUITS TO msm from 42/ arc of excellent quality materials; the tine finish and the comfortable yet perfe...

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POST CARDS FROM THE NORTH POLE. AMUNDSEN'S NOVEL PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

POST CARDS FROM THE NORTH POLE. AMUNDSEN'S NOVEL PLAN. Captain Amundsen, who first dis covered the South Pole, will start, early in 1914, on another great adven ture among the ice. In his ship, the "Fram," he will fight his way across the -Polar seas, and finally try and drift to the North Pole itself. The cost of the great expedition will exceed L30.000, and so fart the full sum has not been raised. To quickly secure the babnce of the money Captain Amundsen has adopted a novel plan the sending of post cards from the North Polo to nil those who care to pay a modest fee for the card, and thus help on the great adventure. For this purpose a special North Pole card has been issued. Purchasers may ad dress these to themselves or their friends, and send them in a special envolope to Captain Amundsen at San Francisco. -All such cards will be taken on the "Fram" right to the North Pole, if Amunds n gets there. With the consent of the postal authori ties the "Fram" has been made a Nor wegia...

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The [?]field Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

PUBLISHED KVKKY THURSDAY MORNING Readers are reminded of the Garden F^te to be held at Hey field Park this afternoon. Stalls for sweeps, toys, strawberries and cream, etc., will be provided, also numerous other attrac tions. The proceeds will be devoted to the Hey field branch A.W. N.L. The annual picnic in connection with St James' Sunday School was held at Gibson and Knox's bridge on New ' Year's day. The Weather was delight ful, and the outing was greatly enjoyed by a large number of scholars,, mem bers of the congregation, and friends. It is the intention cf the business people whose premises were destroyed by fire at Mafira on Christinas Day to re-build in brick. Plans for a new butter factory build- ing at Heyfield are now being prepared, and when completed will be submitted to a general meeting of shareholders for approval. It has been recognised for years that the present building is out-of-date and too small to cope with the supply during the busy season, but shareholders h...

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MAIL TO GLENCAIRN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

MAIL TO GLENCAIRN. Mr Bennett, M.H.R., has received the following from the Acting Post- master General :-' Sir, - Adverting to my communication of the 6th Decem- ber, relative to the proposed renewal of the mail service between Glenmaggie   and Glencairn, via Glenfalloch, pro- vided that the residents contribute the sum of L12 8s 4d for the 12 months terminating on the 23rd May, 1914, and that an offer be submitted for the conveyance of the mails at the rate of L60 per annum, I beg to inform you that Mr Thos Kelly, of Glenmaggie, has agreed to carry the mails for the amount mentioned, but the required subsidy has not yet been received from the residents. Mr Kelly's tender has been accepted, and the service renewed for one month as from the 28th December, at the rate of L60 per annum. Should, however, the subsidy not be received on or before 27th January, the service will be dis- continued on that date without further notice."

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PROSPECT—A POPULAR RESORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 January 1914

PROSPECT-A POPULAR RESORT. (By a Visitor.) The attendance at this favorite sea side resort is increasing daily, and many tents will be pitched by the end of the month. Some of thr.se who have houses renmiu. here three or four months, and those with tents about a month or six weeks. The farmer wsil have his work in the field finished this month, and then he is off to the seaside* Many sojourn here - ever}' summer. At Prospect a summer school will open on the 27th January, and the Educa tion Department has intimated to Mr M'Lachlan, ML.A., that a female teacher will l?e sent there on that date. Last year there were as many as G9 children on the roll, and this season the attendance of pupils will be con siderably greater. The school has proved a great convenience to those families who can't get to the ocean till the middle or end of January. There are families here from Briago Jong, Maffra, Melbourne, and the Sale district, and they are greatly pleased with this resort. The trustees ha...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 15 January 1914

TURF TOPICS. 1 (By "Flemington.") It now seems pretty well assured that Radnor, Andelosia and Ulva's Isle will all finish their St. Leger pre paration at Flemington. Andelosia is already here; Radnor will join W. S. "Hickenbotham's team on his arrival", from West Australia; and as J. Allhop generally puts up at "headquarters"' on his visits from Sydney, it may be safely assured that he will be at Fle mington' before long with Ulva's Isle. The relative doings of the leading St. Leger candidates on the tracks are sure to be watched with a great deal of interest. It is evidently intended to give Bul lawarra another opportunity of distin guishing himself in tho llat racing de partment. The crack jumper" figures among the nominations for the Aus tralian Cup, a race that has several times previously fallen : to representa tives of the jumping brigade. As is usually the case, the Sydney siders have nominated very freely for the Newmarket Handicap. It has always been a favorite raoo with ou...

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