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FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 20 June 1914
FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. POSITION OF CMJB&. Games Played Won o ►4 Total Points Berringa 2 2 0 s Linton 2 1 1 4 SCAbSDALE 2 & 3 0 LINTON V BERRINGA. ' AN EXCITING GAME. The third association match of the season took place at Linton on Sa turday, when the above teams met. Satisfactory weather conditions pre vailed, and Berringa not only lined up a strong team, but were also fol lowed by a large number of sup porters, who were sanguine that the visitors should prove victorious, and the result was satisfactory indeed to them when the final gong sounded. Linton were also were represented by a strong team, bnt were slightly inferior in their play than were the Berringaites. The game was started a little late, the last quarter being played in seml-darkneBB. From the bounce of the ball Berringa showed superiority, and their players are to be commended on the way they kept their places, kicked the ball as soon as they received it, and ad hered to other useful hints nece...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 20 June 1914
Iiusincss Notices, j WE iiAKii the best i BRIDAL, PORTRAITS IN THE STATE. , Therein lies our claim to your patronage. Of tha thousands of Brides who bavo sat to us for their Bridal Portraits, iye can safely sav that not one has been dissatisfied. Neither will you bo dissatisfied, so don't hesitate about writing to us, making tlio appointment. Bridal Veils, Wreaths, Bouquets, Buttonholes. &c., always available. Four lovely dressing Rooms to avoid delay. EJfLAltGEMES T S. We make enlargements from any old or faded photograph, and give them that modern "touch" which makes them doubly attractive. Size of Size of Photo. Mount. Price. 12x10 x US 25/-. 15x12 2;ixl7 30/-' Complete in newest stylo of mount and solid oak and gold frames. Satisfaction Guaranteed. mnuAono 9 inn world famed photographers nlbnAnUO & III). sturt street, ballarat. J. C. DEARDEN, Prop. Eye= -sigHt: Tested. . Free. « . GLASSES from 5s. C. MARKS & GO, Watchmakers, Jewellers, and Opticians, NATI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 20 June 1914
of Tasmania and Victoria, writes her opinion of TONIC 49 Frorost Street, Nth. Melb., 18/4/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I bare been nursing for twenty years in Tas mania and Victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse most know the best medi cine to.: give a patient. Some I hayenursed have been so ill T neveir could bave taken their case only I knew Dements Tonic would quickly, restore them to health. What 1 am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic b first. It is the nurses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick to health. (Sifaed) NURSE EVANS." Always keep this Medicine on band and yotl will keep healthy. If you ret it YOU GET HKAI/TII AND KKLII2H FROM LOSS OV ST,EEP. WEAKNESS AI'YER IM-NESS, CONSTIPATION. INDIGESTION, POOR APPETITE, WEAK NERVES, aud BILIOUSNESS. All STORES ud CHEMISTS SELL IT. II i» Irvine's Champion Wines 3o nnd 6d per Glass. BEST Wine* from Is per Bottle. F tmt'.r T...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 20 June 1914
RALLAilvAT. LTVE STOCK MAIUCET. .Tni'srtay. Fat ('aiUrv-^Only 114 howl &lt;?ai»o for Avaril for. tp-day's 'sale; about one-half lw inp good toprimeoquality. the remainder principally odd lofs. The attendance of buyers .was under tlic Average, but values for'best, pqns.sliow an improvement 011 . last, week, -whilst for other descrintious and cows the market was easier. Quota tion® :—Prime pens bullocks, .1:15/1(1/ to J217/10/; Rood pells bullocks, .UI2/10/ to ".£14: medium. .£8 to .filO'lO/: best cows. ' .£9/17/6 to .£10/12/6. " Averages: Mr W; 0. TJead. IVarMsh. Alvie. 8 bullocks, .£ 17 1/3; Mr W. Thomson Monifold, Purrum beto. Oamporriown, 10 bullock*. £11123; Mr "William Head, Melro«&lt;\ lieeae. 10 bullocks, ,t'M : Mr L. M. Murray. Burn brae. Pensliurst. 10 bullocks. .£10/17/9. Calves.—12 ncimed; bint forward selling to .£P'I5/. Sheep.—2710 came forward for to-day's sale: a small number being prime, balance chiefly good lo useful quality. There wns a fair attendan...
KELLEWAY'S OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 20 June 1914
KELLEWAY'S OPERATION When Kelleway first came to Kirta pur he was as raw as they make them. Two years with a healthy regiment and six monthB of general duty at one of the large Presidency hospitals was not likely to teach him much about the country he was to spend his life in. But, like the rest of us, ho suffered from the delusion that he knew it inside and out. To him the native mind wcis as an open hook with the springs and motives of its actions re corded in the clearest print. Tha', at any rate, was his idea. In this he was not singular. I have suffered from the same disease myself, and lcnow the symptoms. It is the fixed idea o£ the Indian official, and he does not even hold a monopoly of it. American tour- ! ists, travelling members oi Parliament, reporters, judges, merchant princes, | policemen, and, in fact, any and every European who visits these shores car ries within himself the knowledge that he and he alone properly understands the workings 01 the Eastern mind. It is o...
THE MILLHANDS' PETITION [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 20 June 1914
THE MILLHANDS* PETITION By John Rankine. Nurse Edgar, of St. Blanc's Hospi tal, stared at the letter. Messrs. Blum aud Xiulton, solicitors, Temple-lane, desired lier presence in their ollice at lier earliest convenience. For wliat purpose Nell Edgar could not imagine. That afternoon a very pretty girl wii); a very palpitating heart entered liutne and Ilulton's office and sliyly gave her name. "Pleased to make ycrur acquaint ance, Miss Edgar," said Mr. JUlane, the well-known family solicitor. "Pos sibly you are unaware of your grand father's death?" "I was even unaware that I had a grandfather alive." \'Ali! Is that so? Just give me a precis of your knowledge of your family history." "I cannot. You may assume my en t:re ignorance of my family ^history. My father aud mother are dead. 1 was their only child. As 1 grew up i concluded, entirely from inference iV'i.i not from information, that my parents' marriage had given offence to their relatives. When I was eighteen, father died; mot...
LOCATION OF THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 20 June 1914
LOCATION OF THE ORCHARD. While many who claim to speak with the roice of authority assert ■ that an orchard should always be upon land which slopes in a given direction, we have seen many a good orchard in which the slope was in other directions. A belt of wood or other windbreak may be sufficient protection for it even if it does blos som early. What is of mor« import ance is that it should be well draln I ed. As an old orchardist once told U3, "trees will not stand it to have wet feet all the time any better than you and r would." We think he said apple trees should not be where the water was within four feet of the surface, while pear trees might be set within three feet c£ the water level if the water was not stagnant, and quinces within one foot. Pears will do well in a clay soil, while apples and peaches will not unless it is thoroughly underdrained, and even then peachy will not do as well -as on light sandy or gravelly soil. In setting an orchard avoid spots that are known t...
THE STORY OF A COFFIN. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 20 June 1914
THE STORY OF A COFFIN. The Paris correspondents are tell ing the story ot what happened to'a magnificent coffin which a widow named Mme. Lesserde had made to measure for her thirty years ago. It iras in varnished oak, with sil ver handles and silver fittings, lined with lead, with a covering ot blue satin over the head. Pinned to the blue satin were crosses, images and chaplets. Of late years Mme. Lesserde had placed in the cofiln the garments in which she was to be buried, and daily she would spend hours in smoothing thein out or in re-arranging the chap lets and images. , Then she died, at the age of eighty three. A municipal inspector was called in, ^or the old lady had no rela tives to make ararngements for her funeral. The inspector examined the coffin carefully. It was of the regulation size, and bore the requisite seal of the police commissary. All the same, there was something wrong. The coffin, our careful inspector dis covered, had been made by ftn under taker who five yea...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
BALTjARAT wholesale dairy PRODUCE .m AKKMT. T. J. Lawless and Co. (lato ATGiegor Bios.) report: — Butter: Prime factory prints, 1/2;'lump, 1/1 to 1/1-1; dairy, lOd to lid; separator, 1/ to l/j. Eg^s, ]/ to 1/1. Bacon: Sides, lOd to lid: middles, 1/: liam, ljS. Lard, 8d. Honey, 3|d to SJd. Cheese, 8Jd to 9d. Pliillijis and Chamberlain report:—But ter: Primo factory prints, 1/2; lump, 1/11; separator. lOd to 10 Id; dairy, 8d. Kggs, l/-to 1/1. Bacon : Sides, lid; middles, 1 /; hams, 1/3. Honey. 3d to 3Jd. Lard, 7J&lt;1. Cheese, 8}d to M. Onions: Brown Spanish', .£7/10/ to J28. Potatoes. JSWl.V to .£4/10/. They, wlio the worries of winter endure, Welcomo tlioo, Woods' Poppormint Cure, 'Neath thy gay wrapper a syrup lies stored, Worth all tho whisky that over was poured. Soro throat, bronchitis, and gastric catarrh Cannot provail whoro thy votaries aro; Fragrant and comforting, soothing and suro— Hail to thco! Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.
BALLARAT POULTRY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
B'ALLAKAT I'OULTllY MA1JKET. | T. J. Lawless and Co. rej>ort.—A full supply penned, and prices easier; only a low .clioico lots reaching last week's pri ' ccs. I'rimo gobblers and hens, 7Jd; me diuni, (ill to Old per ll>; prime roosters, to G/i; good, 3/ to 1/G; prime liens, to 4/7; extra, to G/2; ordinary lots, 2/G to :i/G; priino pullela, to 7/2; small, from 2/9 to 3/G; ducks, 3/G to 5/; Kuuneis. 3/9 to 4/2; goose, 4/6 to 5/G. !
DEREEL. ARBOR DAY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
ARBOll DAY PICNIC. A pleasant day was spent by the children attending the local State school on Friday. Money was col lected on th" ground for the child ren's races, ami Mr W. Butler (sec retary of the school committee) had charge of the racing, assisted by Mr Byrno (head teacher) and Miss McLachlan (assistant). Owing to the shruba not being received in timo no planting was done. The following ladies assisted with re freshments :—Mesdames G. Arnold, W. James, J. Lamb, W. Builer, G. Dalton, 0. Thornton, J. Klein, and Miss ftl'Lachlan. Fruit and lollies were distributed amongst the ohild len. who had spent a good day's outiiig.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
ra MlillLiiW o Mj li Mfti ©FFICIS wste Ms lefe Rflr. CharBes Rock, of 42 GSades-a-st., East BrLsciswick,- who for 33 years has fiSJed an important position ssra the EVJolboLsnme Tramway arad 0»B« Company, vj rates this letter, which other of!! 3 Sails ears con-firm, to Th5s is a Document-of special interest to £.53 r&aSw&y anc3 tramway meeTi. 42 Bladen Street, East Brunswick, 2/4/12. CL.EI^E?t3VS TTOMSC 0«"B*D., "It was the end of Decombor, 1911, that I cn'uglit cold and was laid up with pleurisy, which becamo uory serious. Tho doctor thought It aduisabio to consult with another physician regardingr my illness. For tiiroo days KY TEMPERATURE WAS 104 DECREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, BUT IT WAS THROUGH TAKING THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE THAT I AM IN THE LAND OF THE LIVING TO-DAY. Ha aduicod my wifo to got CLEMENTS TONIC FOR ME. 'THERE WAS LIFE IN THAT MEDICINE.' I am conuinood that whon he said, 'LIfo in Clements Tonic,' they were THE TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. 1 am sura ...
WERNETH. PRESENTATION TO TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
WLRXETH. PRESENTATION TO TEACHER. General regret was expressed by local residents when it was learnt that Miss Noy, head teacher, found it necessary to take three months' leave of absence. The es teem in which Miss Noy is held was made manifest by a largo gathering of residents at the local school. Mr John Stewart presided, and in pre senting Miss Noy with a purse of soveieigna spoke of her good work while residing at Werneth, and hoped that at (ho end of three montliB she would return. The girls attending the school presented Mis-a Noy with a trinket box.
CULTIVATE GOOD HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
CULTIVATE GOOD HABITS. The education of an infant should commence aa soon as it is born a3 good or bad habits are Conned during childhood. If, for example, a baby ir fed every time it cries, it soon begins to understand that by crying it gets what it desires, but by gratifying its fie ma lids against our better judgment ttc arc instilling into the unconscious infant a lesson in selfishness and greed which may persist through its whole me. A habit scarcely less harmful is giving it something to suck to "keen it ciuiet." Many parents leave the duty of in stilling good habits into their chil dren to the teachers in schools, for getting that by the time school life begins habits have been formed that may mar or make the child's career ."'f; Habits and character are bound together; one cannot have i olJar^ter With bad habits. The habit of obedience is ofie of the firs* l?,bo enforced. Very early in life a child will recognise right from wronr. but perhaps at first the" wrong path fhp tif...
ROKEWOOD. R.C. CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
ROIvEWOim. R.C. CONCERT. The annual concert in connection with the lt.O. Church Building Fund, to take place on Friday next, promises to be a great success. The promoters have been successful in securing the services of a combina tion of leading vocalists from Balla rat, and a musical treat is anticipa ted. Mr D. C. M'Grath, M.H.R., has promised to preside.
Thorough. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
Thorough. A negro, who had his life insured, died, and loft the money to his widow. She immediately bought her self a very elaborate mourning outfit. Showing her purchase to her friend, she was very particular in going into details as to prices and all inciden tal particulars. Her friend was very much impressed, and remarked: "Them slio' is fine does, but, befo' heaven, what is yo' gain' to do wlf all dis black underwear?" The bereaved one sighed: "Chile, when I mourns, I mourns." To most men experience is like the stern lights of a ship which illumine only the track which has been passed over.
PATTERN FOR HANDSOME EVENING GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
PATTERN FOR HANDSOME EVENING GOWN. No later evening gown could be se cured than this. It may be made up In any rich material according to the taste o£ the wearer. It represents "Everylady's Journal" pattern No. 177 —cut in small, medium and large sizes. This pattern may be bought for ninepence from local pattern agents,-or will be sent post free to any address if ninepence in stamps is sent to Dept. A, "Everylady's Jour nal," 376 Swanston-street, Melbourne. State number of pattern and size re quired. If a penny stamp is sent to above address, a 48-page catalogue will be sent to any reader who writes "send free catalogue."
NEWTOWN. VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
NEWTOWN, VALEDICTORY. A pleasing function toot place at' the Mechanics' Hall recently, when a social wrs tendered to Mrs Voutier and family, who have resided at Newtown for upwards of 30 years, and who aro about to leave. Cr Stat ton, who presided, presented Miss Florence Voutier, 0:1 behalf of the residents, »vith a beautiful gold and diamond brooch. The Chairman, also Messrs Cook and Quick, spoke eulogisticafly of tho guests. Musi cal numbers were contributed dur ing the evening by Messrs A. and W. Hatfield, S. Crosthwaite, MissaB Hatfield and Griffin ; recitations by Mr S. Station, Misses E. Hatfield and Doris Merritt. A capital repast was served in the supper room, which was beautifully decoiated for the occasion, and the usual toTists were honored. Mr Youtier and family leave for Melbourne.
SPOKEN BY ADAM AND EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
SPOKEN BY ADAM AND EVE. Few subjects hf.ve given rise to more speculation then the language spoken by our first parents in the j garden o£ Eden. The Jews claim that the Hebrew tongue was the earliest language, and spoken by Adam and Eve. The Arabs, howeve •, dispute the point. Of all the languages, except the Hebrew, the Sy riac has had the greatest number of advocates, especially among Eastern authors. Many maintain that the language spoken by Adam is lost. Goropius publisheu &lt;- work in 1850 to prove that Dutch 'was the language spoken in Paradise. t Andre Kemp maintained that God spoke to Adam in Swedish, Adam an swered in Danish, and Eve spoke in French, while the Persians also be lieve three languages were spoken in Paradise— Arabic, the most persua sive, by the serpent; Persian, the most poetic, by Adan. and Eve; and Turkish, the most threatening, by the Augel Gabriel
UNSKILFUL TEMPER. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
UNSKILFUL TEMPER. One nvould think that there could be no end to the resources of anger. Men use it in so squandering a way, that one is surprised that the stock does not run out. But even this wastefulness of the precious commo dity is not censurable as the want of skill and good taste with which it is employed. It is not economised. It is not put to good purposes. It is squandered. It is not skilfully Bhot, as a marksman sl'oots at a target. Indeed, men show clearly enough that they do not know the.value of anger. A good article of anger is worth far more than the best gun-powder, and ought to foe used with an economy at least equal to that of the sportsman, who never burns powder needlessly. What should be thought of a sportsman who should go on firing his gun out of the window? Or what of one who should go about the yard, the garden, ex ploding his gun every hour into the air, hitting nothing? Yet so do men let off the precious force of temper— invaluable treasure of anger. Is a...