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CAPE CLEAR. SUCCESSFUL MUSIC PUPILS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

CAPE CLE Alt. SUCCESSFUL MUSIC PUPILS. At the recent examination held at BuUarat under the auspices of th* London College of Music, Elsie Kirk and Nellie Portenua—both pupils ol Miss Hoare., L.Ij.t/.M.—wore success ful in securing elementary certifi cates.

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROKEWOOD JUNCTION. LABOR SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

UOKKWOOI) JUXCI'IO.Y. lA.BOTT'StfGTAL. ' On Friday evening, the 2nd inst., Mr I). C. M'Grath, M.P., addressed a large and enthusiastic meeting in (ho local Mechanics' Hall. Mi M'Grath explained the circum stances '-ading up to hia suspension. He touched on the Prime Ministi r'n great objective—the double dissolu tion, remarking that if the Fusion party was in earnest. Parliament would be calied together early in April. Howevtr, he felt certain that Parliament would not meet be fore the end of J une, the idea of the double dissolution I'eing lost, in the desire of tho present Ministry to cling to ofiice. Mr M'Grath spoke at some length of the great necessity of bringing forward the Referenda Bills agaiu. Ho made a few remarks on State political mat ters, stigmatising the recent Redis tribution proposals of Mr Watt as the most Tory measure introduced in our State. The Bill aimed a death-blow at the one adult cue vote principle. At the conclusion of Mr M'Grath's speech Mr -J. Clin ton ...

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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PIGGOREET. FAMILY REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

I'lGGOREET. FAMILY ItEUNION. A very pleasaut reunion of family relations took place at Grassmere Farm, Piggoreet, on the occasion of the anniversary of Mrs Mary Bed ford's 80th birthday. Mrs Bedford arrived in Victoria in 1S5;!. by the ship Gipsy bride, and for T>0 years she has Yesii.ed on the one spot a» Pipgoreet. The party, consisting of ;•)(), airived from Ballarat in tho uioruing by drag, and included re presentatives from Ballarat, Mary borough, Corisbrook, Melbourne, and Gippsland. After the usual toasts had been honored several valuable presents were made by the company to the guest. Mr D. Bedford, of Ballarat, moved, and Mr E. D. Bedford, of Carisbrook, se conded, that these reunions of re lations be held annually. The mo tion was supported'by Mr B.Bed ford. of Maryborough, and Mr I. J. Bedford, of Piggoreet, and carried. The party then visited Melville's Cuve, libertine's Tunnel, and the Devil's Kitchen, the outing being a most en joyable one. SABBATH SCHOOL PICNIC. A ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

8s?. j. wmm ij Minister of the ; SI CONGREGATIONAL l| MISSION CHURCH, jj Fitzroy, u3e:baurne. | 3 Sends fils opinion of | ?5 S233 " I ivas recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from neroous prostration, with insomnia and severe headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right' and was worth its weight in gold. liI recommend this medi cine strongly. ( Stgrtrii) JOHN HOSKING." The Rer. J. HOSKING, D.D., Is known as an earnest church worker, and his leslimonyto CLEMENTSTONIC ww* ecu! lor the good it might do» This I medicine is ccrtaia in its effects on run | down or irritated nerves, and quickly ! rc!ir*« Bilousnci*. Weakness, Loss of ( ■ leep. Poof Appetite, Con'tipation and iodgestioa. ALL CHEMISTS and STORf. S S -LL IT. e

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AN OLD-FASHIONED GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

AN OLD-FASHIONED GARDEty.. Strange, is it not? She was making her garden, Planting the old-fashioned flowers that day, ! , Bleeding-hearts tender and bachelor's buttons, Spreading the seeds in the old-fash ioned way. Just in the old-fashioned way, too, our ' quarrel Grew, until angrily she set me free, Planting, indeed, bleeding-hearts for the two of us, Ordaining bachelor's buttons for me. Strange, was it not? But seeds plant ed in anger Sour in the earth and ere long all decay, Withered the bleeding-hearts, bVght ed the buttons, ^ml we were wed—in the old-fash ioned way. Sorao people, because of their own happiness, feel moved to help others. But more people, out of their sorrows, learn to minister to those'- who need love and kindness. For trouble car ries rich gifts under its black cloak. Thore is no wrong a man can do but la a thwarting of the living right.

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THE NEWSPAPER STRIKE LAUNCESTON PAPERS INV[?]LVED. LAUNCESTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

THE NEWSPAPER STRIKE r.AUXC:ESTl»N TAPKHii .IXVOI.VK1). I,A (INI)lOSTf) T'liursdav. Ijinotyjw operators at tin* "Daily Tel<w jjraph" oifHu\ Laiuu-^stoiu loft. work early thic* morning on discovering that inntNn* up iit that ollioo hail lout to the **J5ifc»ininer" oilico, whnv thwi» is a ^trilci'

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Commercial. RALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

MineiGiai. :o: RALIxAlLlT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. I Fat eattlo: 116 liwd camo forward for ixwlay's market, only a t~mu.ll proportion heing good to prim-> quality, balanco u<*y ful dtwcrijrtions. The attundanw of buy ers was .1 full one and competition was brisk, all descriptions mooting an active demand at a (food advance oil lato valuos, Uio iidvano.i- beinp more pronounced on best quality |>«ns. Quotations:—Prime liens bull«.k>', .£12 to .£13/12/6■ good jx-ns bullock*, .£"9,00/ to .CU; medium, .£7/15/ to .1:8/10,'- Av<.T;ig"S: Mr J. li. Crocs, Gazetto iY.lat<\ 10 bullocks, .£13; Mr J. <3. Kobortton, Mount, Mitchell, 20 bul locks. .£10.'4/; -Mr H. A. Austin, Elaine, 8 bulloel:* U0/1/3. 3 cow .£6; Mr W. ."Fratw, W.usbra. 10 bullocks, .£8/18/. Calves: IS ]VJimsl, best forward Ki lling to .£6/17,0. Slict>[>: W43 penned for to-day'^ t>alo. only a Muall iiuwIht bcinp jvrinio quality. balance of yarding consisting Irosn Ro...

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New Exhibit by [?]ichards & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

Kevi Einifiit Dy Bieiiaras & Bo. | The Christmas display, by Rich | arda and C<>. is nsiiylly looked for ward to with keen interest by the public, as being an exhibition of the t v,*rJ' highest achievement in artistic photographing, and it is no exagger ation to claim that this high stand ! arc] it? perfectly maintained, if not | surpassed, by the magnificent exhib ; it now on view. The work of the [ master-hand is evident in each oL' the beautiful studies, and the com petent critic will discern an artistic progression, for this display is a dis tinct advance upon the last. Each , study shows artistic feeling. atmos phere and refim-ni-nt of treatment, together with dignified yet restful posing, and delicacy and taste in the arrangement ol the background and accessories, not often to be found in photography. In fact these are pic tures of the truest sense, made with the aid of the camera. The public should take the earliest opportunity of viewing these gems of m...

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BALLARAT PIG MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

BALL A RAT PIG MARKET. \Y<*dm*tocuiy. I CoN>i and I'ulluin rejiort:—T<»-<lay we '.icld tho opening pig salu of thi* year, and ! he supply in all claetsvs was a moderate <me. llaponers: The princii>al curern were in attendance as usual, ajid the market oiwned at rates comparing more than favorably with those ruling at our last sale held oil tho l~th I,e::oiiil>er. As the «iiVs progressed, lio\wver, competi tion became keener, and values generally (or bacon nigs e.an be quoted at quite 31 to 4/ per head higher tlian obtained at the closing «il« ot the year, tlio market closing tirni. The top price of the mar tut for a pi: of bueouerw was (secured by Mr S. Harrett, of Wi'iuiermerv, whose pigs brought. Xi'il twr head.; although the high price of .&4/7/ was realised for a very fine ningu- pig <*>ld for Mr R. Al'lvor, ■of Alacornu. We quote:—Prime baeon to .£'3 15/; oi' ra good baoonere, .43/17/6 to .i'4/2/ to .t'4...

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Fatal Fall Over Cliff. WELL KNOWN BERRINGA MINER KILLED. WILLIAM J. ARMSTRONG[?]S AWFUL FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

Fatal Fail m ciffl. "WKI-L KNOWN RER1UITGA MlN'IiU KII.T.liD, TS'ILl.IAM .3 A r.MSrr.OXG'S A\VFUIi PATH. Particulars am to hand of the sail Natality that befel William J. Arm •strong lit ai^Vuratah, Tasmania. The ihssesmed—-whom? elderly father re -»■.<<(-a at IJrnwnB, Scaradate—was a w-H known miner at IWringa and ither pari* of district, and was Ijighly respected by alt who knew iuai. At an inquest on the body ti-io following evidence was ad vanced :— Air 1). Jotus. coroner. beld an in at the £V. nil Eouso, Y/^ratah, ■<ua Wedtusday. touching the death ■«f William Armstrong., who was fc»*md dead iu the Savage Kiv. r List •JSalcrda.yv Herbert Osborne, storekeeper at Whyte lliver, s.dd that law Monday 3i*aaw the body of William J. Arm *>troi!g in the Sa\ngo Kiver between ttvo logs about :v mile above the Rio T'into bridge. It was at the foot of a very steep c!i!T; tho track along tiio ciiff was about ft} feet above the .^_t«ver. JNear the track som...

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SALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

SAT.T.iniT WHOLESALE PRODUCE i , WAIUvKT. ' The ij notations arcWiioat, a.'.'i to •>,'> lor prime milling. Oats: Fair l'efd, 1/7 io 1/9 for ntout heavy milling. Jiarlfj: -Prime, 3/6; lair to good, 3/3; Cape. 2/4. Tlour, .t8/l0/; br.in, .£4/10;; {X'tUurd, .£4 15/; ;>otato.-s, new Xl/10/ to X3. Hay: •Jkst cliaffiilg, iR'tv 85/, old 37,'C; now man ger £2,5/, cUd 0:2,7,6. Straw, 30/ to 32, U.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

■ x ■■ AnniO Famous for Quality 306 STURT STREET n_ 11_ -<mI il. I. Ivlllnnlo. Shoes & Boots. Morri«» si**, & CPhoae 579 Datiarali WB ■■ IIIVIIII|V| , , • fn Jte Wuto RmbIj. (Rigfei srtixt Tcnbridje'e New Furniture Arcade)

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BALLARAT WHOLESAIJ: DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

BALLARAT WHOLESAIJ: DAIRY I'RODUC'E AlAliKKT. Thursday, l Phillips tin J Chamberlain report:—Mut ter: prim.3 factory prints. 11 i<i; lump, lid to Hid: separator, *JJ to 9d; dairy, 8d. Hggs, 8.1. Baron: Sides, lid; uiiAiJus, 1/; hairrs, 1/3. Honey, 3d to ;${J. Lard, t)d. 6>d to 7)d. Onions: Drown Si»an ish, A'8/10/ to JC9. Npw potato**: Ik'auty ef Hebron, J5 to .£5/10/. J. T. lawless and Co. (lata M'Gwgor Sros.) report: — Butter: Priiny factory prints, Hid; lump, llid; dairy, 8d; sepa r;il ur, yd. Ivgg-;, 9d. Bacon: Sidw, Wd to lid: middles, If; hams, 1,3. I^ard, ftl. Honor, 3!d to 3J<1. Choofij, T'd to id.

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WEST AUSTRALIA'S POPULAT[?] PERTH. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

WEST mRftllft'S PUPlMTiiSI' VBRTH. T/t-t i»ptiSalion of lfu> State nhowed «ft ■ irnTi.-Jst: durinp the i>nst year of 15.43RC and nosr fitaiwls st yjO.SlS. Th«> toficSu MvnjirftMn ISI.S47 cuilc-e aivfl I33.3G6 & ■ » ntaT«i

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CHAPTER XXXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

CHAPTER XXXVjII. Timothy Dixey, police detective, na turally esteemed by the public as the most important witness, took his si mid in the witness-box. Mr. Candy: "You. were in the tem porary theatre on the night of the jewel robbery?" "I wa°." "Yeni were not engaged profession ally by Lady Pcttigew?" , "No." "How did you obtain admittance?" "As a property man." "Did you experience any difficulty?" "None whatever." "Did any one engage you?" "No." "You just walked in?" "Yes." "You were accepted as one of Mr. Silistone's stall?" "That is so." In answer to Mr. Bruce Hall, inter vening: "Mr. Sibstone was already known to me in connection with a peculiar advertisement." Mr. Cott, K.C., rose to question the relevancy of this. Mr. Candy: "The advertisement will be read in Court at tho proper time." Mr. Bruce Hall, K.C., on behalf of the Home Oflice, said he mqrely wish ed to establish Mr. Sibstone's identity with the advertisement. * Mr. Candy then continued his ex amination: "It is your op...

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THE VIXEN. Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXXVII. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

THE VIXEN, By l-EWIN FITZHAMON. Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXXVII. For Borne time the attention of the Court was occupied with an examina tion of the plan o£ the library, snow ing the raised stage, u»e stairs lean lug to the line 01 tnctecl dressing-rooms, and the passage leading to the con servatory running lrom the proscun iuni to the door on the G.i\, or right hand of the stage, when facing the audienc.?. A manner of witnesses—the butler, liome buige-nauds and property men were e\ liiiined. One important point was es:ai)iiolieil by ilu: auenioiJn's work—that the conservatory door huu iC-jTCeu "i'i> ' c'jjuo uue Oil to/ • > ;Siue ot the door a tier the robbery. " Lady Pettigew's housekeeper, under Are o£ .Mr. Candy's questions, easily satisliM Die Court that during her " . search she had fouud nothing sus picious either ill Miss Burney's dress ing-room or aboat licr personal cloth ing. She remembered srircl...

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III. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

I The Mystery o£ Dower House was a, I mystery 110 longer. The woman whe was carried out o£ the burning room in a dead faint was one of the upper housemaids, Mary Quayle. In her terror at the discovery she confessed the truth. Unknown to anyone Bho had had a lover In the village, a younvr man employed on the estate. He had been detected in stealing valuable pro perty. The Colonel had prosecuted Uim, and he had been sent to prison for two years. The girl threatened revenge upon the Colonel. She had ) quite accidentally discovered a cup board in her bedroom opened into the ColoneJ'a room by a sliding panel. It had been put there perhaps two hun dred years previously, for some pur pose, and in course of years forgot ten. When the Colonel was lying ill Mary Quayle conceived the. idea of poison ing him. She managed to get sonio arsenic from a farm, and at night, when the Colonel was asleep and his wife lying down in the adjoining room, she had crept through and put arsenic into the drink ...

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THE GUEST CHAMBER A CHRISTMAS EVE ADVENTURE, [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

THE GUEST CHAMBER \ A CHRISTMAS EVE ADVENTURE, By GEORGE R. SIMS Author of "For Life and After," "The Mystery of Mary Ann," etc. (All Rights Reserved.) "An invaluablo woman that," said my friend, Colonel Chudieigh, as his housekeeper, Mrs. Ransom, bade us .goodnight after receiving the Colonel's instructions with regard to certain ar rangements l'or the following day. "I don't know what I should have done without her." Jinj Ransom was certainly an idea! housekeeper, a gentle, grey-haired v;o man who said she was fifty. One would imagino that without the bluj glasses which she always wore she would look a good deal younger. Her figure was slim, her movements were graceful, and her step alert. The scar of a burn extending from the corner of her mouth up a portion of the right cheek made it difficult to judge what she might have looked like before an accidont disfigured her. The Colonel's housekeeper had come to him ac a time when his two little girls were deprived of a mother's care a...

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AUSTRALIAN BUTTER DEVELOPMENT OF THE E[?] MARKET. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

mrnim butter KGVKI.OVK.TCNT <IK THE EKOL2H» MAUKKT. MtfLHOUKNE, Thur^-y Hnmtly Mr Ji. W. Onborno, Kuaa^MK of tlio W«rt"5rn District <.Vn>|ioratiY8Dii«* tric.t Oompanj, on Lin return lrom land in a r*;jK>rt ir.:idti «jdm> can«tSo «»»«•■ ittenkj oa tlio condition of iwtuo of tS* Australian butior tbat arrived in Britain. Mr "iV.ri-i. tho l'rom^jr, utakivdF' tiwlay that when b". was in tho KM® Country Kiinitar vws to those of ]•»■* ' Jnlmrno had bt-on by a num ber of rtiprfocnlativi-H iiitcrratod »:» thf bnttnr trado. Sir Osborno'a loeoainWB— datiun» wore vrry ivnerally tiuj «pmve»»» Cif Oioru who tTiow most of tho cuiulitiniur of tho market at tho other end. Jlo H& Watt) hn[x*J to .idvain.ii tho question eft a di-oi-t stami:r rorrioo to Homo of tone outi-r Kn{;iif:li jxirts wiion tho next l*r» title rn' < A>ufereiic.»; took nlauo. A a far acr ho wvuM jutlgn, Aii/sfralian huttor wsnc hardly known in th« northern purtrt of £ni*!and. l...

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Sporting. CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 10 January 1914

sporting. CYCLING. At the recent International Roa*$ Cougreaa hold in London, a complete census of the World's motor ve hicles wao compiled for ibe Srstit tirne. As the United States leadB i» the production of automobiles, m> she also leads ia their operation. Is wat estimated that America possesses more than half of all the* motor vehicles in the world, th* nnmber, including motor cycles, bt< ing €28,185, an compared with Eog^ Iand'>» 125,728. The balance of »■ total of 1,101,911 fc) distributed throughout the other countries of the V7< rid. i'Vanee is ranked thirv* with 89,185, and Germany foortft with 70,00C. The total number ofc commercial motor vehicles, incloit ed in the above figures, is given w t>V,554>. Tfsually the number of automobiles in any country greailjr exceeds the number of commercial motor vehicle, although Germany is reported an having 49,12*5 com mercial lorrieo, and only 15,618' pleat are carfl. It should be noteck however, tha...

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