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THE DELIGHTS OF BATCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

THE DELIGHTS OF BA.TCHING. (By Silas Snell). l>o any of the chaps around these puts know anything of the serene de lights of batching (Latin bacho to cook). It doesn't seem too good at first sight, getting up at 6 in the morning to cook one's breakfast, with no one to growl at if the steak is underdone. But let us look into the Bubject more closely. In the first place let us reflect how superior a man is to a woman in every thing he undertakes, particularly co k ing. Consider his fineness of touch, his patience, liis resource. (If he can't find the essence of lemon, lemon squash will do). How harmoniously he com bines his means to his end. With what expedition does he work. Take my own case, for instance-a smart man, though I do say it myself. Ob serve me in my cabin, walking about with the air of conscientious freedom and lordship. I comport myself with all imaginable ease. Everything is lying about the house just as nature intended it. My clotheB are lying on the bed, so I know...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MANICURED TOMMY. [?]-TOP-DATE MILITARY HOSPITAL METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

MANICURED TOMMY. >:I;»-T0-DATI2 MILITARY HOSPITAL METHODS. "Did you get hu^t iu the hands too?" a man asked an English soldier [just out-of the war hospital. "No," he said, and thjsn breathing on the back of his fingers rubbed his nails upon the kahki sleeve of his other arm. - "What's the matter with them, then " his questioner went'on; "they look funny to me, somehow.'' The wounded man spread out his two hands palm down, with the fingers spread wide apart. His finger-nails glowed like pink opals. "There's nothing the matter with them," he said, "only they've been manicured. The nurse does it. 'Shock ing fingers,' she says, 'for a young man to go about with.' So she fetches a bowl of soapy water and a box of tools and this is what she done to them-not half bad, I don't think. It's some pol ishing paste she put on that makes them so. shiny. You can take it from me, it's the most wonderwul up-to-date hospital in the world. They don't half make a good job of you. It's worth getting...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEYFIELD RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

HEYFIELD RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. . The annual meeting of the Hey field Race Club was held on Thurs day evening, when there was. a fair'' attendance, Mr J. Cullen occupying the chair. The Secretary (Mr H. Justice) read the statement of accounts, which showed that a profit of ^32/18/10 resulted from the last meeting, mak ing the balance now in hand £60ll 1/. This was considered very^ satisfac tory, and the balance-sheet was re ceived and adopted on the motion of Messrs M'lvor and Hanson. The date of next meeting was fixed for Thursday, March 18th. The following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing 12 months: President-J. Cullen. Joint Hon. Sees-H. Justice and P. O'Connor. Vice-Presidents-P. Garvey, J. J. Clark and W. Marshall. Patrons-R. Gilder, D.Langlands, D. S. Manson, E. Roberts, M. Flynn, P. O'Brien, G. O'Brien, T. B. Little, J. Ackers, F. Collins, Jas Garvey, R. Marshall, F. Chester, M. Davis.' Judge-A. F. "Rice. Starter-R. G. Timbs. " Handicapper-J. Shorten. Clerk of ...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOL8 GIN rvm AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. MAGNUS'S Pure French Grape '/BRANDY ' Stewart's The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP « STEWARTS ! " Whisky INSURE WITH THE - LIMITED. FO.R FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOY ERS' LIABILITY, WORK ERS COMPENSATION IN SURANCE. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE tfOT REPRESENTED FULL PARTICULARS ?on application to DALGETY $ CO. LTD., MELBOURNE. (Managers for Victoria). SCHRECK'S POULTICE, SGNRECK'S POULTICE. Can Cure TUBERCULAR JOINTS. POISONED SORES, ABSCESSES. BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS AND BAD LEGS. All Chemists-1/6 and 3/6. Cumberland Road, Pascoe Vale, (Near Coburg). .Spare=Tmie Home Employment Girls, seiul for particulars of jj' a very njce way lnaj-jj]g a lot of money in your spare lime. If you devote only a couple of hours a week, you can make up to 15/- and more if you give more time. Special, advantage to early applicant". Write for fu...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. Although the roller ordered from the Austral Otis Company was promised on December 2nd, it has not yet been eliveied. Severai works liavo been held back waiting for the arrival of the roller. Sundry repair works have been effected since last meeting as follows : Gravel repairs have been done on the Mufira-Bui'dale road ; on the Tin auilm road ; in M»ffra ; 011 the Heyfield back road hear Heyfield. At Heyfield the scour at the Church of England ha3 been repaired, and gravel repairs will bi done as soon as the heavy carting is finished. The damages to Brewery Hill, Molphy's Hill, and the hill at Glenmaggie are being remedied, and the r ada are being improved where wotn. Country Roads Board Works L'.cola road has be°n repaired be tween Heyfield and Glenmaggie. I have received authority to carry out improvements on the several bends along the Glenfalioch cuttings, and to coat the black soil at Blanket Hill and below Medowra. The work will be put ...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUBMARINE'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

SUBMARINE'S MISTAKE. A .foreign submarine which had reached unobserved a point in non-ter ritorial waters' between Nakkehaved, on the northern coast- of the province "of Zealand and Kulleii, in' Sweden, dis charged two torpedoes at the Danish submarine JIa.vnianden, which-was run ning on the surface at a speed of live knots; Neither torpedo .struck her. The Havinanden. was flying Danish colours at the time. A submarine, nationality unknown, probably the same vessel, was seen the same afternoon from the lighthouse at Nakltehaved. Next morning a torpedo was washed a'shoj;e near ,the lighthouse, and blew up. These facts have been brought to the notice of the belligerent Powers, with a request that greater care' should be taken in the evolutions of their sub marine craft in the future.

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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 FatCactle-3325 yarded, good prim© bullocks hardened to fully 20a higher,, with other descriptions also ruling firmer; good and prime cows ruled firmer to 10a higher. Fat Calves Prices generally firmer, Hathiesoa and Davis sold 580 fat cattle and calves. At the recent London College of Music examinations Miss Nellie Kene van. of Heyfield, was successful in ob taining her diploma. This distinction enables her to wear the cap and gown of that college, and append to her name the letters A.L.C.M. She is a pupil of Profestfor Gemson. Theo B. Little and Co. will hold a special store sheep and cattle sale at Heyfield on Friday, 12th. A grand concert will be held at Glenmaggie on Friday, February ;12th.

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FEEDING COWS ACCORDING TO THEIR YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

FEEDING COWS ACCORDING TO THEIR YIELD. Ihe recently introduced system of feeding dairy . cows on a graduated scale according to the measure of their milk-yielding capabilities, originally ilti\ isetl iii Denmark, has been receiv ing increasing attention on the - part of' progressive dairy farmers iii this country. This method, which marks the latest development in the practice, of cow feeding, has much to recom mend it, for it is rational in pirnciple, while easily carried out in practice. Its special merit consists in the fact that it promotes economy in feeding by bringing the cost of the food ration into proper proportion with the return obtained. It is based upon the prin ciple that the extent to which dairy cows are able to respond to a milk forcing diet by giving an enhanced yield, is dependent upon the degree of development attained by their milk producing powers: that is to say, the more _ fully a cow's inherent milking capacity is developed, the more can her milk secretion ...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

J Auctioneers. Sjatljiesoii and Davis AUCTIONEERS. <TOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, .. Sale, Iraralgon, Mra, Hcyfislc, .And S St. James'Buildings, Melbour'n. PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agevit, SALE HORSE SALE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will bold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above date. All horses left with P. O'Connor, fleyfield, will be taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. HEYFIELD STORE_CATTLE WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as above 500 Mixed Store Sheep 200 Head of Cattle, including some well bred Steers, Heifers and Store Cows Adaii{soi\, Strettle & Co PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 96 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their Hszaar AT NEWMARKET-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat ('attle, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and gCalves, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays CLEARING-OUT SALES A SPEC...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

¥©!) warot » B a GSflE2©W" At len«t. we presume you -want the RT*ST the world j/nxluccs-and IJiat is They cost a little ' MKZniv otlic; s, but then -Well, mere than you will kuo-.v why when you hear their lich, lull, rTone. :»::<! see how exquisitely they arc I:jrule and fini>hed. HKJCGS :-The Celestial Mezon, 30/-; The Orijnii Mezon, 35/-: Th* Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Gnuvl Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic Mezon, 90/-. Carefully packcd and forwarded to MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. Send your address for it to-day and 1 will mail it, 2'jtse. PI.EASE NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My n ^yillczonc3vyc^^s> 258 BQURKE STREET, KSLBOUSKE Or.o Door Abovo Swanslon Street. ftjl ft f S31 mi-iiLil Our largo Mail-order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap« predate style, fH, and finish at a reasonable prico. Our pi*c<Ji«tLU tiy'C, in., uiiu iiiiidii ul ik rcasuiiaun; tvri i-u. vui- \» .1 SUIT...

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HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs Mnfch:eson and Davis report : We yarded 60 head of fat cattle at Heytield yeeterday, and mostly all sold at satisfactoty prices. We quote Cheater Bros' pens of cows £6 to L6 17s, M. Davis' do L8 12s 6d, W. Har beck's L7 17s 61, Jas Fogarty's cows L611s, to £7 17h 6d, Mis Grimme's fat steers L5 14s, A. Warren's cows L6 Is to L7 lis, A. Rowley's cows and calves L4 13s, heifers £2 7s, G. Garrett's poddies £L-ls, heifers £2 8a, W. Andrews' heifers L3 5s. We have received from the com posers a copy of "Sons of the Empire." This song, which may be obtained from Mr Kellas, Muffra, was aung at a con cert on Monday night by Mr iNeild, and received a rousing encore.

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

Church Services. Catholic Church-Cowwarr 9, Heyfield XI.

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BELGIUM'S WAR DOGS. VALUE OF THEIR WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

BELGIUM'S WAR DOGS. VALUE OF THEIR WORK. Convincing testimony to the useful ness of the Jog has been supplied by the campaign in Belgium, our brave Allies, employing large numbers for pulling machine guns ami accompany-" ing sentries on nocturnal duties. Curi ously enough, tbis^form of traction has only been adopted "within the last year or two, and only iifteen months ago a Belgian Service paper wrote approv ingly of the experiment, pointing out that, iu addition to being docile aud competent, the animals had become great favourites among the soldiers. Among their advantages it was men tioned that they move silently, with out apparent effort, over the roughest' country, and that they arc practically invisible a few hundred yards away. With striking prescience,'the writer ob served that the military Great Danes would be called upon to play a_,particu larly effective aud glorious part, little realising probably how soon his words would become true. According to cor respondents, the d...

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ATROCITY STORIES NOT EXAGGERATED. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

ATROCITY STORIES NOT EXAGGERATED. ilrs. Henry Clews, the wife of the well-known American banker, vGturned lately to New York. She told the ship-news reporters that the stories of German atrocities in Belgium had not been exaggerated, and she herself had personal]}' investigated a number, with the result that she found that half had not been told. It was a war, she said, ruthless beyond description, and the Germans, so 'far"from trying to conceal their malpractices, openly" defended them 011 the ground that the life of a Prussian soldier in the present "crisis was worth .more than that of aiiy civilian, no matter what age or sex. Mrs. Clews said there, is a chance of people misunderstanding the alleged friendliness to Americans shown by the Germans. She said that she aud others were openly insulted in the streets of-Munich many a time. "It is not because the Germans love us so that they foregather at the railway stations and cry 'Hoch! Hoch!' when a trainload of American refugees pas...

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TURF TOPICS. (Written for [?] Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

TURF TOPICS. (Written for ":?» Heyfield "Herald") j _ i/asz wees a warning was sounded n ! this--column in regard to Averse. B ? has since become increasingly eviclen' ; that the beautiful and speedy impor ted English bred mare is giving ha . ? trainer some anxiety. Averse is stil' a daily visitor at Flemington, 'out- sht is very rarely asked to go out ol a canter. This would leadl to the be lief that all is not well .with her. A verse, may still be got to the post for her autumn engagements, but in the meantime, no liability should be ac cepted on liea- behalf. Misfortunes rarely come singly. P. T. Hey wood who has averse in hand certainly has his full share of the troubles of a trainer just now ;? Tra quette recently met with an accident which laid her aside for a few days, and -First Principle, _ another of the team is. showing unmistakable signs of soreness. In the case of Traquette. the outlook is not, however discourag ing. She is-now pretty well herself again, and will now be...

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INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS. EXHIBIT OF STUDENTS' WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

INTERNATIONAL CORRESPON DENCE SCHOOLS. EXHIBIT OF STUDENTS' WORK. - In 1891 Thomas J. Foster, editor of an American newspaper, formed a school of instruction in technical sub jects on a principal entirely new, viz, that instead of pupils going to a teacher, the teacher, by medium of the mail, went directly to each pupil individually; At first the idea was looked upon with disfavor, for it upset, all fixed ideas of teaching, but in spite of all opposition, Foster persevered, and in the end his bitterest opponents had to admit his success from the results he achieved. It was only a matter of a few, years before the success of theBe schools, familiarly known nowadays throughout the world as the International Corres pondence Schools, or "I.C.S," found that so great had their business grown, that they were justified in establishing their head quarters in Loudon, and opening branches in practically all the large centres throughout the English speakiDg world. The idea ui teaching by post h...

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WHAT THE ENGLISH CENSOR PASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

WHAT THE ENGLISH CENSOR PASSED. The " Vorwarts," quotes a private letter received from a fireman of the ."Uixiii/:, who was wounded in the naval battle near Heligoland, and is now a prisoner of war at Chatham. The letter is brief and bears the. stamp of censor ship of the Assistant Provost Marshal of Tliames and Medway Defences: It. says, aniong other things: "The reception aud the treatment here is very good. . The most vivid im ! agination is child's play in comparison with what"" we experienced on August 2Sth. My address: Prisoner of War (follow details).' Hail and victory to the German arms! Yours - ; The "Vorwarts" observes:- "The ietter happily shows that the prisoners of war in English hands suffer no want. . . . The most remarkable thing, how ever, is that the English censor has passed the words, 'Hail and victory to the German arms.' The broadminded ness reflects all honour on the British authorities, and is calculated to streng then our confidence that, on the whole, the' ...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXVI. UNDER A MASK. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

-- THE -- MASTER PASSION. Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER XXXVI. UNDER A MASK. Duval diil not return liome till the small hours, so went to bed without having seen his wife the whole day long. The next morning, as she did not appear, he sent for her, after waiting till after twelve to see if she would - come without. Louis came back to saj that madame had gone out, and at the same time laid a letter on the table. - "What is that?" eyeing it with a frown. ... "A note from lc Marquis; it ar rived just now." '' Tell madame that I want to see her directly she comes in." Duval went ou painting, but Ins heart was not in his work, and he could not get the lace on Hilda s dress to go to his satisfaction. Aftei making several abortive efforts lie ligiit ed his chibouque, and threw himself full length on the sofa. He was an noyed at having had to part with the Iphigenia; but four thousand pounds was not a sum to be repected, and Salo mons was a harmless little man, in w^jose possession it would so...

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CRICKET. HEYFIELD v. COWWARR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

CRIGKEiT. HEYFIELD v. COWWARR. On Saturday last the above teams met on the Cowwarr ground, when honors rested with the visiting players. The match was remarkable chiefly for the number of brilliant catches taken on either side, but particularly. by the Cowwarr fieldsmen. The scores are as follows: OoWWARR. J. Garrett, c Mills, b Flynn ... o G. Harrison, not "out ... ... 38 R. Pollock, c and b Mills ... I C. Kelly, c M'Farlane, b Mills ... o E. Murphy, c Le Strange, b David 17 G. Garrett, c M'Farlane, b Marshall O H. Parker, l.b.w. b Marshall ... 5 Smith, c Le Strange, b David ... 13 W. Iinmmonc, b David ... 5 H. Harrison, c M'Farlane, b Hen derson ... ... 6 H. Woodhouse, b Henderson ... o Sundries. ... ... 7 Total .1. ... 92 Bowling-J. Flynn 1 for 10 ; Mills 2 for 41 ; David 3 for 22 ; Marshall 2 for 10 ; Henderson 2 for 2. HEYFIELD. Henderson, c and b Smith ... 33 David, c Smith, b Garrett ... 23 J. Flynn, b Hammond - ... 8 M'Farlane, c Harrison, b Hammond 6 Fitzpatrick, c Harrison...

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THE PRIMARY PRODUCER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 February 1915

' THE PRIMARY PRODUCER. The primary producer he yakkera all the year, No timo to waste on laughter, no time to ehed a tear ; It's nearly always drought time, and if it isn't drought It rains like Julius Caesar and prompt ly floods.him out. The primarv producer he sweats like Billy-O, To make the wheat and pumpkins and other items grow; To cut the;hay and stack it/ to husk and cart the corn, Behind the "Jack" at night time, be fore the "Jack" at morn. The smut gets in the wheat crop, or failing that tho rust, And much of what he reckoned on goes up in crimson dust. The cattle get the pleuro, the grass needs spoil the wool I tell you what, of troubles the cocky's lile is full. He's up before the dawning, a-groping round in vain For Nugget's missing collar, or Blos som's rusty chain; He searches every corner, as wild as wild can be, And strikes a box of matches-for it's far too dark to see. He bumps his shins on boxes that someone's left around-, And then he seeks the paddock to s plou...

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