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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
BALLARAT LTVE STOCK.MAKKET. Coghlan, Boase, and Co. report: — Wo offered at auction at our yards this week, 103 horses, 75 cattle, 25D pigs, 11 slice]). Horses: Fair supplies came forward for to-day's market, comprising heavy, me dium, .and light draught geldings and marcs, consisting of 18 months to 3-year old to G-year-old, and aged; a few active delivery sorts, light harness horses, and ponies. Consignments camo principally from district farmers, together with a large entry of City and Town animals. A good attendance of buyers was present throughout the sale. All useful animals met with, firm competition, and values re mained strong at recent quotations, a very heavy clearance lining effected. Dur ing the last few weeks a better demand lias existed, and the market shows a de cidedly firmer tone. At present we liavo buyers waiting for heavy draughts, 4 to . 6 years, and stout ponies, suitable for ex port. We can advise intending vendors holding these clusscs to forward. We made sa...
AT THE PRICE OF HIS HAPPINESS. I. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
AT THE PRICE OF HIS HAPPiiN£iS. By HARRY STONE. Derrick Hardane flung open tha door, and entered the room in his usual boisterous manner. "Hallo, Gilbert!" he cried. I won dered if you were still here. Coming along yet?" With a furtive and shifty look in his eyes, Gilbert Dexter rose to his feet, and stood backing against the desk, in an attitude which suggested a wild animal at bay. His hand fumb led about among the papers as he fev erishly tried to cover up something which lay there. "M-no," he stammered. "I'm busy— I'm busy.' Hardane strode towards him with a look of astonishment and concern on his frank countenance. -\Vliy, what's up, old chap?" he asked, sobering suddenly. "You look as if you'd seen a ghost." As he came nearer, Dexter's eyes , were riveted on him with a strained, unnatural fierceness. "I'm all right," he snapped out be tween his set teeth. "You don't look it, at any rate," re plied Hardane. I tell you I'm all right," retorted Dexter, stubbornly. For some moment...
THE "Berringa Herald" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914. I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
THE "Berrin^a Herald" &lt;i.MI|K|> EVEKY SATnilDAY MORN INC. [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] Saturday, June 27, 191-1. I.O.O.f. Tho fortnightly mooting was hold on Thursday evening; N.G. Bro. Wallace presiding. Ono candidato was initiated, and throe propositions wero rocoivod. Tho Standing Orders wero susponded out of rospoot for tlioir lato Bro. Robinson. It was resolvod to send letters of condo lonco to Mrs Robinson and also Bro. Harbridgo in connection with their re cont boroavemonts. SCHOOL COMMITTEE. The Borringa school cotnmittoo mot on Thursday ovoning. Prcsont: Mossrs W. J. NielioHs (chairman), S. Monhonitt (se cretary), L. Hansen, Mrs Hall, Miss Pa torson, and Mr Wilkinson (h.t.) A lottor was receivod from Mr J. Chatham, M.P., supporting tho requost of tho committeo for a cloak-room ; also from tho Educa tion Department, stating that a hat and cloak room and lavatory would bo added to tho building. It wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
Special Advertisements. ON bpluilf of the Committee of the Cliurcli of England Entertainment, 1 beg to thank Mrs Hall and Miss Pater son for coming to our assistance in the carrying out. of tho tableaux on account of the illness of Mrs Hatfield. W. SNEDDON, Secretary. Lease Applications. (Schedule A—Clause 4 (b) \oticc of Application for a Mining Lease. I'J HE undersigned, hereby givo notice that, within ten days from the date hereof. I will leave with the Warden of the Mining Division ol' Sniythcs' Creek, an application for a lease, the particulars whereof are hereunder set forth :— i Name in full of applicant or applicants nnd style under which it is intended that the business shall be carried on—Geolfery P Butler. Full address of each applicant—Italian Gully. Supposed extent of ground applied for and whether on or below tho surface, or both, or a lode—About 30 acres. Name ami address of each person (if any) wl:o is owner of and who is in occu pation of the land, so far as the app...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
Auctions Cape Clear. MONDAY, JULY 0. At tho New Y:irds, at 1 o'clock sharp. DALGHTY & CO., Limited, will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION (through their auctioneer)— CATTLE. SHEEP. HORSES. PIGS. • Entries Invited. rjlATTERSALL'S BAZAAR DOVETON ST., >BALLARAT. C06HLAN, BQASE & CO. Stock ami Station: Agents, Horse, Pig, ami Cuttle Salesmen,, BALLARAT. ' .SALE '.DAYS: HORSES ... — Every .Friday STORE CATTLTE ... Every Friday PIGS ... Every Wednesday 'Phone 331. For Children's Hacking Cough at Nisjht Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, la 6d Business Notices. MAKE THE BEST BRIDAL, PORTRAITS IN THE STATE. Therein lies our claim to your patronage. Of tho thousands of Brides who have sat to us for their Bridal Portraits, frc can safely sav that not one has been dissatisfied. Neither will you bo dissatisfied, so don't hesitata about writing to us, making tho appointment. - . • Bridal Veils, Wreaths, Bouquets, Buttonholes, &c,, always available. Four lovely dressing Rooms to avoid...
THE TEMPTATION OF MONA GIBBONS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
THE TEMPTATION OF | MONA GIBBONS. I By HILDA M. SHAW. "Miss Gibbons says there's a mis take in the change, Mr. Carter." "Where? .Let me see," John Carter answered, hurriedly, at the same time taking the money, wrapped up in a bill, from the hand of the little girl who was employed at Jones and Stal warth's drapery establishment. A mo ment later he looked at the child in terrogatively. "You are sure, Mary, that you haven't dropped a sovereign? ' "Quite sure," the child answered, with a shako of her head. "It was > sovereign Miss Gibbons said was miss ing." Without saying anything further to tile cash girl, John Carter, the cashier, took a sovereign from the till and wrapped it carefully, along with the other change, in the bill, and gave it of the assistants at the fancy coun ter. "it's a strange thing," he said to himself, with a puzzled frown 011 his face. "I could have sworn that I'd given the correct change. I seem to see the sovereign along with the sil ver. Still," ho added,...
II. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
II. Derrick Hardane, tanned and hard ened under sunlit skies, toiled up the long staircase of a block of L.C.C. dwellings near the Tate Gallery. For weeks he had been making unsuccess ful inquiries, and he feared that his present quest would prove equally fruitless. "This must be the flat," he reflected, as lie knocked at the door of a flat. Alter a long interval the door was opeued, and a decrepit old man appear ed. Derrick stared at him in astonish ment. The change in him in the seven years since the last meeting was as tounding. "You are Mr. Cornish?" he asked. "Yes. What is it?" replied the old man, querulously. "Don't you know me?" asked Der rick. "I'm afraid I don't," mumbled Cor nish. "What do you want?" "I want to talk to you," replied Der rick, a wave o£ pity going through him as he wondered what stroke of mis fortune had brought his former em ployer to this state of breakdown and poverty. "Can I come in, please?" The old man led the way to a small living-room. He sat down ...
GOOD PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
GOOD PRICES. .Breeders of pure-bred stock arc surely well pleased with the liigu prices ooluiucu lur tlieir pigs. (Joiu pareu wan values lor dairy caale, ii in List ue i-diintted that pigs are liuu mg a deciueuiy uetter market. There is every evidence that pig larmuig is liieetiut, wr.h more iavor than lniuer 10, auu Liiiu prices lur goou urueding stocit win ue even better in the lu lure. ine necessity lor caretul selec tion ol ureednig pigs cannot, be too strongly emphasised.
THE PIGGERY. WINTER PIG POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 27 June 1914
THE PIGGERY. WINTER PIG POINTS. Keep the pigs warm. They will grow all the winter if conditions are right. la winter pigs at a standstill is throwing away ihe tood they eat. They itro so starved and neglected Lhat uiey uraw upon the little tat iu Uieir uodios to keep them alive. Where is uie commou-sense or thritt in such methods? Stan oui with right ideas about what real economy in leeding is. starving is not economy; it is the costliest thing one can do. iSatisnecl profitable pigs will grunt, but they do not stiuiul. One thing 110 pig grower can al iui'd to do without is a good teediug trough. Liig cracks sometimes take more than the hc^s do. Statistics show that the manure from each pig iu worth X'-l a year. You iee it will ray to save this manure.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 4 July 1914
BHejiitotlie ma COMES THE Bourses' A TESTIMONY TO !F?».iP"L 1 Buctinghun Avcnttr. Coburc, Vic*, 3/4/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "1 know Clements Tonic is used extensively by the profession, and nurses know its value and are seldom without it. Once a patient got very weak and low spirited, and I gave her Clements Tonic. A few doses made a change for the better, she rapidly be came bright and cheerful, it gave her health and strength and soon put her on her feet again, which mac]e her a firm believer in Clements T.onic. . Since, 1 have given it to many patients with the same good results, I am a! a loss to know how we, who look after the sick, could get on without that splendid medicine. (Sifiiicd) NURSE GARD." This Mediciue is the best to be takeu lor Constipation, Uric Acid in the Blood, Weak Kidneys, Indigestion, Low Spirits, Sick llcaduche. Loss ol Sleep, Poor Appetite, Biliousness or Poor lUood. All STORKS and CHEMISTS SELL XT. BRIANTS' RED SHOP TEA RONS, STURT-ST., , For S u it o r ...
Grenville Shire Council. Thursday, 2nd July. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 4 July 1914
GrenviiiBSHlre Council. Thursday, 2nd July. Present—Crs Vanghan (president) Shepherd, Clarke;, Kennedy, Doug las, Poynton, Hall, and Nunn. Correspondence. From Secretary for Lauds, stating' that the question of the abolition of tha Clurkesdale and Lynchfield Common has been remitted to a Local Land Hoard for consideration and report.—Received. From Dr Vise, repoiting cases of diphtheria and scarlet fever at Ber ringa.—Received. From A. M'Cartney, stating that he cannot go on with contract No. 27 on Geelong road.—Contract deter mined and deposft forfeited. From J. M. Kerr, asking permis sion to r-rect a swing gate 011 west end of Jones' lane, parish of Argyle. —No action. From Mrs Milburn, objecting to J. Gribble fencing in and planting trees on the road at Happy Valley. —Mr Gribble to be informed that he must keep to his boundary. From Mrs M. Morgan, caretaker of the Happy Valley reservoir, drawing attention to J. Gribble's sheep running continually on the water rqgeps'e.—Sheep to b...
It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 4 July 1914
ii Is Sail That business peoplo and others, who liavo been paying doublo rates for Iko conveyance of goods ovor the Newtown Beeae railway, will bo glad to know that this extra foe is to bo removed from July 1st. That Mr Coldham, the selected Liboral candidate for the Ballarat Federal seat, is on the war-path. He lias addressed moetings at Scarsdalo and other places in tho district. That there is a big chance of anothor raining revival at Italian Gully. Somo nice looking stone is being prospected, j That at the last Rokewood Gun Club match a divide was made be tween Commons, G. M'Murray, and "Tommy" in the £5 Handicap. Pity more pun clubs were not form ed as a means to reduce the sparrow and starling pests. That at Beriinga a number of young people are victims of diph theria, enteiic fever, and scarlitina. That a substantial pailiug fence, with iron gates, has b«en erected in front of the Unman Catholic Church at Derwent Jacks. That the ll-v. Mr Moore, of Scot's Church, Rallarat, is ...
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 4 July 1914
CYCLING. There is a tendency towards special refinement in car equipment, main ly designed to save the owner-driver time aud labour. We have self starters, self-infiators, and electric light sets, all of which increase the price of production, and consequent ly the retail pi ice, and also add peiiou&ly to the weight, thus increas ing tyre wear, petrol consumption, and the wear ilnd tear of the car generally. No doubt in the case of those who are generously endowed with thin woil 1's goods these luxu ries are advisable ; but in the case of the man to whom economy is of importance, tln-y might easily be dispensed with. There is one re finement, however, that all motor ists are looking forward to, and would be willing to pay for, and t.hat is the automatic, change speed gear. Comparati vi ly few motorists change gear piri'ectly; practically all beginners do damage before they have learned the art. It is always more or less a matter of anxiety when touring in hsl y districts, fo...
FOOTBALL. MATCH AT BERRINGA. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 4 July 1914
FOOTBALL. MATCH AT -BERUtNGA. 1 ; Saturday being an off-day for Berringa •in tlio Association matbhes, ' a scratch match was played between the Trades and -Tunnel combined and the .William's Fancy teams. Mr Jack O'Brien was central umpire. Tlio result gave a margin of points to tlio Trades aud-Tinl ncl over their opponents; the scores be ing: Trades and Tunnel, 3 goals 5 be hinds; Fancy, 1 goal It 'hehinds. " G. Anthony (2) and W. .Moon were the goal kickers for the winners, and J. Burke for tlio losers.
PATTERN FOR CHILD'S FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 4 July 1914
PATTERN FOR CHILD'S FROCK. ' This little frock looks very smart made up of velvet. But it is also very suitable for serge, corduroy, cashmere or any warm material. It represents "Everylady's Journal" pattern No. 142, cut in two sizes—for girls of four and J Bis. » This pattern may be bought for i liinepence from local pattern agent, | or will be sent post free to any ad- I dress if ninepence in stamps is sent j to uDept. "A," "Everylady's Journal," | 376 Swanston-street, Melbourne. State j number of pattern and size required, j If a penny stamp is sent to the above • address a 48pp. catalogue will be sent i to any reader who wvtes "send free catalogue." 1
Sporting. RACES AT ROKEWOOD JUNCTION TO DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 4 July 1914
sponiuy. RACES AT ROKliWOOD JUNC TION TO DAY. A race meeting la to take place to day at the Roltewood Junction course in aid of the Ballarat Hospi tal, and J'rjtn all accounts it should prove a great sncess. Good en trieSj good racing, and a good outing are promis.nl p..trons. Sparrow shooting will be entered upon this morning, and the lirat horse-racing event is timed to suit at 1.30 o'clock ehbrp.
BABY'S FIRST TOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 4 July 1914
BABY'S FIRST TOOTH. "George," exclaimed Mrs. Young husband, with a radiant smile, "baby has a tooth!" "Has he?" was the response, In a t6ne which betrayed no emotion. "You don't seem surprised." "I'm not surprised. All babies have first teeth. If ours didn't have any I'd manage to work up some excite ment—maybe." „ "I thought you'd be ever so plsased and happy about it" "No; I don't see that it's any oc casion for especial congratulation. The baby has my deepest sympathy." "What for?" "For having his first tooth. He has just struck the opening chapter of a long story of trouble. Pretty soon he'll have other teeth." "Of course he will." "Every one he cuts will hurt him. Then his second teeth-will come along and push these out. That will hurt him again. Some df the new ones will grow crooked, as likely as not, and he will have to go to the dentist and have a block and tackle adjusted to them to haul them into line. Then he'll cut his wisdom teeth. They will hurt a lot. After that he'l...
Chill Proof. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 4 July 1914
Chill Proof. The Duke of Fotheringill had given a great feast at Fotheringill Castle to commemorate the coming-of-a:;e of his son and heir, the dashing Lord Highcollar. To this function had been invited the journalistic representative of a leading "daily." On the scribe's return to Flcet-st. he was asked to relate his adventures at the ducal home, and, among the. questions, someone asked him "if the duchess's affability had not somewhat 'embarrassed him." "Not a bit of it," he replied, with that air of serene ease, calmness, and self-satisfaction which so eminently becomes him. "Before I took up newspaper work, my boy, I used to test refrigerators!"
Pitfield Farmers' Club. LICENCE GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 4 July 1914
Piiiieia Faimeis' cms. LICENCE GRANTED. An interesting anplication came non for bearing on Tuesday at Smy Jthesdi'lf, before a special sitting of ~ibe Licensing Court, consisting of 'Messrs Goldsmith, Herri man, and sCohi'ii, licensing magistrates. The covirt had been specially gazetted to idea', with the application ol! John Ronchi, wb«. was applying, on be lialt of the iarmers'Club at Kalano, 5or a certificate under the Licensing Acts certifying it to be a club en titled to registration, and therefore permitted to sell liquor to its unem l)ers. The applicant, was represented "by Mr David Clarke, and Supt. Ben-, aiet wan present, to oppose is licens ing inspector. It appeared that the premises oc cupied by the club .at Kaleno cor responded with those formerly in joccnpation of the club known as the Commercial Club, lvaltno, a certifi aiate for which had been refused at ihe annual sittings of the Licensing Ct-urt at Smythesdale in December last. In his notice of objection the jnsp( ...
A NOBLE EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 4 July 1914
A NOBLE EXAMPLE. In the chapel o£ Glen almond School, in Perthshire, there is a marble slab wiih this stirring story recorded upon it. " here was once in the school a pu;;il named Alexander Cumiue Rus sell, who became an officer to the din Highlanders when only a lad of seventeen. In connection with the memorable loss of the "Birkeneliad," he won himself immortal glory. Tie trcopship struck upon a rock; the sokliers were formed in ranks upon the deck to die; the women and child ren were being saved in boats. Rus sei; was ordered into one of the boats to commaod it, and a little way off he watched with dimmed eyes the dotmed ship. When she went down he saw creatures of t'je deep contend ing for his beloved comrades. Then he saw a sailor's form rise up close to the boat, and a band strive to grasp the side. A woman in the craft cried called out in agsny "Save him! • Oh, save him, sir, he is my husband," but there was no room for another, and the boat was laboring heavily aj) it was. K...