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

HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report: A good yarding of* nice quality cattle at Hey field yesterday, for which compe tition was very keen, and prices ruled in advance of our last shIh. A lotal clearance was effected. We quote - Cows-Messrs Davis and Barbeck's L6 15s to L9 3s, Chester Bros'L7 17h, M.. Davis' £6 7s to L7 17s, V. Mills' L6 17s to L7 14s, A. Warren's at £7, P. J, O'Connor's £6 10s, T. Lyndon's L5 10s, stores L4 4s. Heifers-B. TimniB' at £7 9s, Chester Bros' L5 17s, V. Mills' afc L5. Bullocks-B. Timms' at L9 7s. A line of wethers account Brand and Wint«r made 18s 7d.

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 March 1915

BED CROSS SOCIETY. The following donations have been received by the Heytield branch of the Red Or ss Society : Collected by Miss M. Greaves-1/ monthly subscriptions-Eugene Stagg, Frank Drew, W.- Fit.ton, D. Cutting, R. Dawe, Mrs A. C. Grimrne, Mrs Fitzpatrick, Mrs Weeding, Mrs Rialey, Mrs Roberts, R. Roberts, Mrs Greaves. Sundry contributions-Mr Argo Is, Mr Vauce Is, Mrs Green Is, Mrs -v Ware Is, Mr Biee Is, A friend Is, C. Bjustrom Is, R. S Henderson 2a, Jas Smith 2a, G. Whitelaw 2s, C. Pallott 2B. Aubrev Cheater Is. Collected by Miss Ella Pearson-1/^ monthly-V. Mills, F. Fitzpatrick, Mias Pearson, A. Betheras, Mrs Skeels, Miss SkeeiH, W. Skeels, A. Muston, Mrs Buchanan, Miss Buchanan, Miss H. Buchanan, D. Wickharn, J. BE. Pearson, G. F. Green, J. Drew, Mrs H. Rowley, Miss E. Pearson, E. Linds downe, Mr Singleton, Mrs Evans, Miss M'Lean, Miss M. M'Lsan, Miss C, M'Lean, Miss Kyne, Mr Fitton, Mrs Fit con, Mrs Mills, Mr Tolliday, Ah Ghee. Sundry contributors-Miss Parsons Is, Mrs S. S...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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RECREATION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 March 1915

RECREATION. The camp was on holiday this after noon. In half ;i dozen places, noisy baseball games were going on, To the outsider, basohall looks like a violent form of rounders. The catcher, or whatever is his proper title, wears a padded mask, and catches the ball in a huge glove like a boxer's and every player yells all the time. One "pitch er" was an Indian, who was a highly paid professional at home. Half the men wore thick woollen caps and gay vests. Higher up the camp a particu lar scrimmngy game of Rugby was at its height, the players plastered thick wilit mud. I found hundreds of men in the big Y-.M.C.A. tent, which serves club house, pos*t office, and roucort room. At the long tables the soldiers were writing home; at one end a youth was improvising at the piano. AFter dark thorp was a, sing-song. "O Can ada" and '"ahe Maple Leaf" were roar ed in chorus, and such Kenbimcntal songs as ''Where the River Shannon Flows" and ' I Wonder How tho Old, Folks Are Now."

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HEYFIELD GOLF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 March 1915

HEYFIELD GOLF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. There was a fail* attendance at the annual meeting of the above club, held in the supper-room, Mechanics' Hall, on Saturday evening. The President, Dr Beat, occupied the chair. After tl)9 minute3 of the iaafc meeting had been read, the secretary, Mr Cum mins, presented the balance-sheet. This showed the club to be in a fairly good position, with a credit balance of £4 43 lid, which, considering the amount expended on improvements, was considered very satisfactory. The statement was received and adopted on the motion of Messrs Betheras and Henderson. Office bearers for the ensuing twelve months were elected a8 follows : President-Dr Albiin Beat. Yice Presidents-Messis W. B. Johnson, A. Betheras, and J. Tullooh. Committee-Messrs Hendwson, H. Justice, A. Cummins, J, H. Pearson. Secretary-Mr J. Cummins. Handicapper-Mr R. S. Henderson. Captain-Mr J. P. Tulloch. Ground Committee-Messrs Beth eras, Tulloch and Henderson. The ladies present resolved to mee...

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

For Years He Worked in Wet Ground, Kidney 'Pains and terrible {Ffackache. (Otaents Tonic Cured This letter was written from Tubtrjl Station, Via Young, N.S.W., Aug., 15/11. Mr. Wiser.an, the writer, strongly recommends all miners to use this medicine, because it is such a powerful nerve and blood purifier that it counteracts the ill-effects of underground confinement and bad air upon the system. After reading this letter, get Clements Tonic aud keep healthy : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "As a rainsr for years I worked in wet ground, and now it is telling on me, for I suffer with my kidneys and backache and loss of appetite. i "Doctors ir Voting told me I had § hydatids, and said an operation might be ? necessary. Their raeJiche did me no j jj good. I resolved against it. 1 was so used up I could not wa:fe far, without a spell. I tried all msdicines, and pills, my life has beea a myscry to me, until 1 tried Clements Tonic. The first and second bolties had poor effect, but the third did.. I ...

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THE TYPICAL VOLUNTEER [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 March 1915

THE TYPICAL VOLUNTEER Tlie loyalty knits together an amaz ing composite crowd. Few are Canadian born, many are 'quite recent settlers, grateful to Canada for giving them a leg-up in the world, and there axo Canadian French. Russians, Jews, Scandinavians, and Boers, who fought the British. They come from every class. A millionaire's son may bo a tent mate of an Ontario laborer, and you find doctors and lawyers who havo given up big salarios to fight. Journ alists, too. Even a poet. The typical volunteer, however, is the big-boned, rather slow and silent man from the Western regions, hard ened to endure any work and sell' re liance. He makes a first rate soldier. My expressions of surprise at this mix ing of classes were received impatient ly. "We don't take much stock in class differences," said one. "We all mix together as a matter of course." It makes no difference that the offi cer may bu a poor man and the pri vate under him so rich that he reached England with his body belt .stu...

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HELP THE BELGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 March 1915

HELP THE BELGIANS. "To Australia and New Zealand.-In the name of seven million Belgians who are still in Belgium, and unable to help themselves, we appesl for help to Australia and New Zea land. Faced with a situation from which there is no escape, deprived of liberty and freedom, the Belgians only ask for enough bread to keep themselves alive. Will you let tbem die?"-Cabled by the Belgian Commis sion, on behalf of the starving Belgian nation.

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NO LICENCE CAMPAIGN. MEETING AT HEYFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 March 1915

NO LICENCE" CAMPAIGN. MEETING AT HEYFIELD. There was a fair attendance at the public meeting held in the Rechabite Hall to organise the No 1 icence move ment in Hey field. The Rev R. TB. Toi occupied the chair, and spoke in hearty support of the cause. He then intro duced the Rev Archer Harris, organiser j)f the "Victorian Alliance, who said that terrible beyond conception as was the great war, it was already, bringing some compensations in diminished con sumption of alcohol in Europe and a lessening of the crime and sorrow that always accompanied the use of strong drink. Five months of prohibition in Russia had increaspd the savings of the people during the past year from L3,000,000 to L8,000,000. The Lon don "Times" of September 21st had said that "In sternly prohibiting the sale of spiritous liquors Russia had already vanquished a greater foe than the Germans." They had been told many times that Prohibition had failed in . America, and yet at the recent elections four new States ...

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THE FINEST SCOUTS IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 March 1915

THE FINEST SCOUTS IN THE WORLD. That smallish man with yellowish .skin is a pure-blood Red Indian chief from a reserve. In the seqond contin gent now ready to leave Canada, there will be a battalion of Redskins, and the white Canadians say they are coming in full war paint ana feathers to freeze the heart of the Germans. "The fin est scouts in the world,3' says a man who knows the Indians thoroughly from his life as a white official in n reserve. "It's in their blood from the old days." My friend from the ranch joiued the-talk and gave examples, of the extraordinary taciturnity of the Indian. "Ono worked with mc every day for years on iny lonely place-,' snm he, "and never a word did he say ex cept in his own lingo. When I left for the war he came running up to the train at the last minute and nearly shook my hand off. 'Good morning' says he-as good as a long speech from you or me." You cannot mix with the Canadians for long without being struck by *:. passionate loyalty to Canada t...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT HEYFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 March 1915

PUBLIC MEETING AT HEY FIKLD. In resp nue to the above pathetic appeal, a well attended and represen tative public meeting, convened by Mi' F. 6. Fitton, was held in the Me chanics' Hall on Friday eveuiug. The convener briefly explained the. object of the meeting, which was to devise some means of immediately assisting the gallant and distressed Belgian nation, which had rendered such self sacrificing service to the Allied armies. Although the people of Heyfield and district had already contributed over £200 to various patriotic funds, and were still assisting in various ways, lie thought the necessity of assisting the stricken Belgians was the most pressing, appeal of the war. (Hear, hear.) He understood that the coumittee of the Race Club, who usually held a bill on race night had kindly consented to give over the hall for an entertainment in aid of the Belgian Fund on that night. Dr Best waB then elected to the chair, and after some discussion it was decided to hold a concert and ...

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

J Auctioneers, ieson ai|d Davis AUCTIONEERS. 5TOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Sale, Traralgon, MaiTra, Heyfieli And S St. James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. SALE HORSE SALE. . THURSDAY, MA ROM 4TH. MATIIIESONand DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above date. All horses left with P. O'Connor, Heyfield, will be taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. ~ HEYFIELD STORE CATTLE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17TH/ .^j-ATIHESON AND DAVIS will sell as Good Yarding Wanted, irton to Belgian : .Ac. J. Burton-Jersey Bull (proceeds to go ~ " - Fund.) Adaiijson, StretM (Jo PTY. LTD. VICTOR LA HOUSE BAZAAR, 96 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their Bazaar AT NEWMARKET-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat Cattle, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and Calves. Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays CLEARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY. PURE STOCK SALESMEN. Trust Mo...

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

wasit © o I Q 6?$ & S icy cost c little ;-~v\c;!! J -/0 ; - i--:= wmS. At least, wc presume yon want the BEST .^CCOilDION the world produces-ami that is CKK'I'ArNJ.V t2ie" MEZOX." They more than sonicothers, but then vo'.i will-know why when you hear their rich, h:!!; nrynn-lifce Tone.' ar.d cc£'. how exquisitely they nie ir)>.dc~nncl, Ilsjjjihcd. PRICE:- :-The Celestial Mezon, 30/-; The Orfcan Mezon, 35/-: TIi* Wonder Mezon, 42/-; sifo^n The Grnnd Organ Mcr.cn, 63/-; T!ie Chromatic jL^zrxr^.: r-- ' -Vy\ Mezon; 50/-. Carefully pscked and fonvarded to asiy address. MY* CAT.A LOOUfl ought to be in your home. {.'end "your address for it 10-day and 1 will mail it. i'KEK. P!«HASE NOTB that 1 have moved a little higher up the sUet-t. . My new address is £*. 2-58 B9URKE STREET, fclELBOra* Oiis Caor Afccvo Swans'a:; SSrsa?. Our large Mail order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap preciate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. ...

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The Henfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 March 1915

PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY MORNING To-day, Thursday, March 4, Messrs Tlieo B. .Little ami Co. will hold an important clearing sale of dairy cattle, pigs, farming implements, etc., for Mr Jas Anderson, near Heyfield. The brush steeplechase at the forth coming Heyfield Races promises to be a popular event. Already a good many entries have been received Entries for the various events close on Monday next at 7 p.m. The fact t)iat General -Jofiredoes not apeak English and Lord Kitchener does iiot speak French gave a humorous side tc the meeting of theae famous soldiers. It was a very curious sight to see the two great men studying a map together, with hardly a word to exchange, yet quite able to follow one another's train of thought by pointing and by looks, so great a common background was theirs in military study. Messrs M'Evoy and Co., 54 Market street, Melbourne, financial agents, whose advertisement appears in this paper, wish' to draw the attention of farmers and landholders who are ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 4 March 1915

In Mcmoriam CHANDLER.-In sad and loving memory of my dear wife, Sarah Chandler, who died at Heyfield on March 6th, 1913. Peace, perfect peace. Inserted by A. Chandler.

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THE REARING OF CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915

THE REARING OF CALVES. There art satisfactory indications among dairy farmers that they art now inclining more towards the breeding of their own stock in place of the old hap hazard system of having to go into the general market to keep up their herds. In response to inquiries for calf rearing information, that given here with has been compiled from inter views with men who are acknowledged to be successful. One of these in giv ing us notes of his experience, says the calf is a greedy animal, and that is why there is often a groat temptation to give it more than it can properly handle. Over-feeding is submitted as one of the main reasons why so many fail in raising good calves 011 separator milk. Calves from 3 to 5 weeks of age will consume from 10 to 12 lb. of milk daily; from 6 to S weeks old, 14 to-16 lb. daily; and from 3 months old, from 18 to 20* lb. The skim milk should be always warm and sweet. It is im possible to rear good calves on separa tor milk that is sweet one meal a...

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SWIMMING. TEACH VOUR CHILDREN TO SWIM SOME INSTRUCTIONS OF VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915

SWIMMING. TEACH VOUR CHILDREN TO SWJM SOME INSTRUCTIONS -OE VALUE. The present is an opportune time for some instructions on swimming. Dur ing the Christmas and New Year holi days a half dozen or more persons have lost their lives through drowning. The coroner (Dr. Cole) in summing up two cases of drowning at the Morgue 011 Saturday, said that he thought it should be a part of every person's edu cation to bo taught swimming. Par ents should also see that this was done, for it was an excellent summer amuse ment. The Coroner went 011 to say "1. think that it should be made compulsory, and vet the sense of the people ought to show how valuable it is." The article below gives full directions how to teach one's self to swim. No Australian lad worthy *f his name should allow himself te reach the age of ten without being abl« to swim. It is, indeed, a reproach to our Empire when the cubs of the nation which rules the waves should-be in; danger of drowning in six feet of water. There are fe...

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HUMUS IN THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915

HUMUS IN THE ORCHARD. It AS uft dry seasons like the present that the benefits ot humus in the soil are most) apparent. When the ground is gettiBft just a little too hard tor cultivation, with the dust mulch threat ening to foe clod mulch, and a very thin oiiTi Tit that, it is a treat to feel the machine sink into a patch of soft mellow awl, which works up like the proverbial ash bed, and gives evidence of mois&fjre stored below. And it is uot only the teamster who appreciates it; the tonffses know the difference, and it is tea to one that the trees in that spot shmir stronger growth and have greener foaves and better fruit than those in <he hard patches. This is the ett'efiri of humus. Humus it is that hoirtts the water like a sponge, keeps tfesr> mineral particles of £he soil from running together like a cake, and forms a writable medium for the growth of benefieM bacteria-the "life" of the soil. ftWimus, we know, is organic matter lJl jprocess of decay; it h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915

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HEYFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915

HEYFIELD RACES. fhc following are the entries for. the Heyfield races, to be held on Thursday next: Trial Stakes. Setani, Sir Bohert, Miss Glen, Nim ble Lad, Heather Maid, Sojer, Liiuh, Tulla Carngh, Earl Ros-slyi), Lady Emmie, La Esperance, Coraniina, Hod Steel, Debut, Height, The Mtirne, Gilead. Pony Race. Cygnet, Hesaie, Splinter, Tense, BrflBhire, Skidoo. Handicap. Benita, Caracre, Ramoth, Pella, Bot any Buy, Sederick, Glynne, Silver Gauntlet. Steeplechase. Galtee More, Sir Bohert, Mias Glen, Bushy, Cnoma, Bohemian Boy, Red Donald, Wesaex, Dismal, Langiel. Flying Handicap. Setam, Sojer, Benita, Lady Delmar, Earl Rosslyn, La Esperance, Ooramina, Debut, Pella, Botany Bay, Sederick, Styx, Glynn, Silver Gauntlet. Novelty PoDy, Tell Tale, My Fancy, Cyndora, Kitty, Cider, Noreen, Splinter, Tease, Hippona, Decide, Bo Peep.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915

FORMERLY THE ORGANISING CHAPLAIN TO THE BISHOP OF GRAFTON AND ARMIDALE. Writps this letter stating the great good received from Clements Tonic. CLEMENTS TONIC Lld. ''Having for years used Clements Tonic, I bpar testimony to its value an a Household Friend. A friend induced ine to try Clem ents Tonic, and although sceptical as to its merit, I was so gratified with the result of its use that I have never since been without it. I found it a splendid medicine to regulate the system also a tonic bracing the nerves. Having de rived such great bpnefit myself my de sire was to see others deiive good from go simple and perfect a remedy, conse quently I unhesitatingly recommended its use to scoies of people, many of whom I often see, and they cannot speak too highly of the blessing it has proved to them. By reason of the large fields I travr elled over for years in my work of church organisation, I had unusual op portunities for recommending to squat lers, Rattlers, agriculturiais, miners and...

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