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HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915
HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs T. B. Little and Co report We yarded 135 head of fat cattlo and severe] pens of sheep mid store cattle at our usual monthly sale at Heyfield yesterday. The yarding of cattle was practically without exemption of high quality, and included several lots of ex ceptional bullocks and C iWS Mrs E. O'Brien, Heyfield Estate, topped the market for bullocks which realised the high price of £15 lis. Mr Jno Mac Michael was top with cows, which sold at £11 3-1, Mr Ralph Clytie's sold to £10 17«. Following ate details : - Mr Fred Green's 30 head heifers and cows to £8 15s, averaging over £7, Mrs S. Mills' cows to £8 Is, Mr E. Jennings' do to £9 Is, Mr Harry Ches ter's do. £7 16*, Mr J. T. Wilson's 10 cows and heifeiB !o £8 Is, averaging L7 9s, ,D »vis and Harbeck's cow* to L6 16s, M. Davit,1" do L8 2s, 16 head for Jno :Vl'Michael, his C'-wg to L11 3s averaging L10 12s 6d, and his 12 h! i fei-H to L7 1 OR, averaging over L7/1/6, Mr P. Kelly's light heifers to L5 193, Mr P. ...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915
KED CROSS SOCIETY. Tiie following additional donations liave been received Liy the Hey fluid branch of the Red Cr us Society : Collected by Miss Winnie Fogarty (1/ per nion(h)-Messrs H. Justice, W. Skeels, W. Shaw, IJ. Chpster, \V. Fogarty, P. J. G!Connor, 11. Wood lior.se, J. Fogarty, T. Fogarty, E. Bill ing, J. Wood house, Mrs Steerp, Mrs Bruce Johnson, Mrs Betheras, Mrs J. Angus, Mir Justice. Sundry-Mr E. Hawes 2S 6d, Miss Gibney Is. Collected by Miss Davey (la per month)-Mrs Chester, Mrs Vance, Mrs M'lvor, Mrs Davey, Miss Davey. Sundry-Mrs Robinson 3s. Other donations-Mrs Ingham 2/6, Mr T. lieiifvan 2s. All ladies interested in providing the supper at the dance in aid of the Belgian Fund, on the lSth, are asked to inept at the Mechanics' Hull, to morrow (Friday) evening, at 8 p.m.
ENGLAND NEEDS YOU NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915
ENGLAND .MfiKUS YoU NOW. (By T. P. Gleeson, Glenmaggie). Come a'! you sons of Freedom now, Who love old England's cause, Who spent a happy boyhood 'Neath her all protecting laws; Come, render your assistance, boys, To keep her fla^ afloat, For its guarding well your country now. And every British boat. Enlist beneath its sacred folds, Where noble deeds are done. For the oniy man worth counting Is the man behind the gun. Chorus For there's English. Scotch and Irish, And Australian soldiers, too, Dying for your libeity 'Neath the old Red, White and Blue, So touch your hats in reverence, Ijoys, For its blood-stained now and torn, Yet underneath that tattered rag Those British lads were born. You talk about their British pluck, And fighting spirit grand, But will you iet them die in Belgium, boys, Without a helping hand ? Are Australian women silent To her Belgian sister's cry, That her nation's being murdered And her orphans left to die ? Are Australian sons found wanting When Old Engl...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXIV. LEFT BEHIND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915
THE MASTER PASSION. (JHAFJL'EK XXXIv. LUb'l BKHliMt. Ida's whole thought* were concen trated on escaping from tho opera-house without being seen by Cis Deverel. hie had lelt his stall some time ago, but she was pursued by the lear that ho might be hanging about Casting tiuiid glances right anu lelt in scotch of liim, .he cut .Lord n aver ley dead. He stood ^till in open-mouthed astonishment, as soon, as the quartet had passed, and never recovered till he caught sight ot Deverel, and was obliged to exert him self lor tear ot losing him. "What's the matter? ' in rather an ungracious manner as ttie viscount but tonholed him. "Jliook there!" with a nod ot his iiead in Ida Duval's direction. Deverel's lace grew stony, and the pitiless look came into his eyes. .'What of it?" "What of it? Jove- you take it calinlv. It beats anything I ever heard* oi. Alter the other night you know." ?£' " 'Touch pitcli'-you know the rest. Good night, 1 have got to go home," and shaking him ott patiently, h...
SONS OF THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915
SONS OF litK KM PI It f/.'.tnsr. ?:ii-i L'.u.'it.ii:; Hon;; oaf. Tnif c ..sip-'Hffj iiiivi ii.'cfivcri compli mentary letto.r; fiom mayy loading musioMns in M^iixmniu wmi idsn'.viiere. Buy a copy ami try i r. ,K«; !!«?», MafliVa, supplies it. 3791 fist writ- yarded at Mel boiitue yesterday. .Tim demand was very brisk, and prices ^ciierally firmer to 10s liiqher. MatliU'son and Davis sold 5G0 fat cat'.le and calves.
TURF TOPICS. (Written for the "Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915
TURF TOPICS. 11 (Written for " - Heyfield "Herald") That the NewmarKti. , .... an wrong in its relation to Tr;:queili> has since been made abundantly plain, hi the C. M. Lloyd stakes, she went quite as last as it was necessary to go to the groat sprint, and then went on for another two furlongs at the same clipping rate. What a disap pointment that Traquette happened to bo in a contrary humor, on Newmarket day of all days! Running . to form, she must have been what might be cal k-.-l an old fashioned certainty for the short race. iv.-en the most experienced horseman i:i;ilv«.s mistakes at times. J. Killorn , after the* Loch Plate readily admitted lhat his judgement was at fault in his riding of Land of Song. The fact was Killorn held Hayston too cheaply. He allowed Hayston to steal away, and when lie want alter him, the race was practically won. As may be supposed killoru came in for some sharp criti f i.sm which was not undeserved. But .vfter all. Killorn has had very little .?x...
THE GERMAN CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915
THE GERMAN CAMPAIGN. (By Silas Snell). And it came to pass that in the reign of William tbe King that the Germans waxed exceeding great, and prospered in all things abundantly.. And there were false prophets in the land to whom the people hearkened diligently, and they said-Behold, w& are a mighty people. There be none like tie on the face of the earth, nor shall there be after lis for many gener ations. As we wax stronger and stronger j Other nations grow feeble by reason of decay, and we shall go up and inherit their lands, and their flocks and their herds, and put a yoke upon their necks, and they shall lie to us as servants. And they taught the people saying Hearken unto us; aforetime ye have served the God of peace and mercy, and ye have said, Because a thing is right we shall do it, and because it is wrong we shall cense to do it, because we shall bo held accountable for all cur works. Now, behold, this is foolishness. There is no right and no wrong, for the thing that...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915
MITT ' ji-TT i \ Auctioneers, J N(ati\iesoii and Davis AUCTIONEERS. ?70CK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Sale, Traraigoa, Mafra, - Keyfield, ' And 5 St. James' Buildings, Me.Ibourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. HEYFIELB STORE~CATTLE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17TH. - MATHIESON ano DAVIS will sell as above-: - , Good Yarding Wanted. Ac. J. Barton-Jersey Bull (proceeds to go to Belgian Fund.) CS-» f A Truck of Pigs, consigned from Pig Trucking Association, will leave Hey .field for the Assciaied Agents on Tuesday, Match 16. Vendors are lequested to advise agent at once, as truck is likely to bu filled early. P. HUMBERT, Forwarding Agent. VICTORIA HORSE I3AZAAR, " 96 BOURKE ST" MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their Bazaar AT NkwmArket-Sheep,Tuesdays Fat 1'aitle, Wednesdays At CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and Calves, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays CLEARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY, PURE STOCK SALESMEN, Trust Monie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915
¥©U wasaf S3 iHEZON" At least,* we presume you want the BEST ACCOKDION the world produces-and that is CKRTAINXY the " MEZON." They cost a little more than some others, but then Well, yen will know why when you hear their rich, TuU, organ-like Tone, and 6ee how exquisitely they are made and finished. PRICES :-The Celestial Mezon, 30/-; The Organ Mfzon, 35/-; The "Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic Mezon, 90/-. Carefully packed and forwarded to any address. MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, Free. PLEASE NOTE that I have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is 2BB B0IJB&E STHEET, RSELBQUfSHS (Jus Door Abovo Swanston Street. -J Our large Mall-order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap preciate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials; the fine finish and the comfortab...
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Dr Beet, treasurer, acknowledges re ceipt of the following amounts to the above fund : - Messrs Dennis Bros, Nam brok (sale of a sheep) £11 15 0 Brand and Winter, (sale of lamb) ... 14 0 Fogarty Bros, (sale of bag of potatoes) ... 4 17 0 P. O'Connor (sale of Jer sey calf) ... 10 0 Mr Buchanan (1/ weekly) 4 0 Rev Ingham (1/ weekly) G 0 Dr Best (2/6 weekly) 5 0 Miss Best (2/6 weekly) 10 0 Mr M'lvor (2/6 weekly) 5 0 Mr Henderson (1/ weekly) 4 0 Mr M'Cuish ... 1 0 Eugene Stagg ... 10 0 John Stagg ... 10 0 Mr and Mrs Warren 5 0 0 Mr E. Jennings ... 110 Mr Ez'ird. .. 1 I 0 Mr J. P. Tulloch ... 110 Collected by Mr A. Cummins Mr P. Garvev ... 10 0 Mr Ted Monds ... 10 0 Mr P. Coleman ... 10 0 Mi- Frank Sweeney... 5 0 Mr M. C ? leroan ... 2 6 Mr J. Cummins ... 5 0 Mr P. Coleman, jun 2 0 Mr A. Cummins ... 5 0 Mr C. Tetnby ... " 10 0 Mr John Bahilly ... 10 6 Mi'B P. Cummins ... 10 0 Mr Wm M'Michael 5 0 £33 9 0 At Theo B. Little and Co's Heyfield sale yesterday, a fat ewe, d...
The Henfield Heralad, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 11 March 1915
]|## Mali PUBLISHED EVKKY THURSDAY MORNING In ordinary times the Bachelor Tax is a joke to be fired ofl at smoke, nigh to and sowing meetings, but it appears to lie si very Hsrions problem just now, (Vr Mr J. B. Sharp, Federal Member for Oxley, intends bringing a Bill be lore Parliament for the purpose of im posing a tax on Australia's half million b ichfelorH, Following up the receipt of this information, " Everylady's Journal" invited a number of pro minent nu-n to offer opinions upon the »i«ht or wrong of such a tax, and alto get'ner it is a bright and healthy dis CllKSi'Ul. The Ifiight Hours' Committee an nounces elsewhere in this issue its 59th Annual Art Union, in which 100 prizes, of a total value of LI,000, will bis distributed The first prize is valued at £500, the second £100, and the tiiitd £50. The support accorded the uuderUking last year was so gpnerous that the committee were enabled to donate a very substantial sum to the hospitals and public charities, to which the ...
THEMASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XLII. A BRIDE ELECT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915
THE MASTER PASSION. Lillian Ellerton). CHAPTER XLn. A BRIDE ELECT. "Oh, my dear, I am so delighted to .have got here at last," said The Mar chioness of Hilford, as she entered the drawing room at Oarltoii-gardeus, and clasped Lady Elfrida's hands in both her own; "but that tiresome Waverley dropped in just as I'was starting and told me a whole budget of news, i am dying to see all your pretty things-where are they?" "And I am dying to hear the bud get of news, so let us have some tea before w© stir," and Lady Elfrida, placing her friend on the sofa, and taking a chair by the little tea-table. "Mamma is out, and I have given ord ers that we are at home to no one ex cept- " with a significant glance at a photograph on the mantlepiece. "Ah, what a crisis it is in one's life, when you are at homo to no one except -I could write quite a volume on the subject." "Do, and put me in it." "You wouldn't like it. T was wild to see myself in print, so young Harry Spooner said ho would oblige me....
HOW TO INJURE YOCJR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915
HOW TO INJURE YOCJR TOWN Run it ilown to visitors. Go lo other placet! for jour supplies. Look sorry when a stt anger talks to you of buying property in it. Refuse to see merit in any scheme unless you are "big dog" in it. Don't invest. Show your distrust by refusing to lny out ruoney in it. Then you will effectually damn your town and district. Support your local paper by giving it your job printing. Bill heads, Memos., Tickets, Circulars, anything you want, in fact, quickly and neatly printed at the HEKALD Office.
Correspondence. THE FUTURE OF THE TURK. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915
Correspondence. THE FUrtJRE OF THE TURK. (To the Editor.) It is too eavlv as yet to fortell with any degree of accuracy the probable outcome of the war 88 it affects the fulfilment of prophecy and consum mation of the "Divine scheme of all things. But there can be no doubt that the war will issue in the expulsion of the Turk from Europe. For cen turies historians have been wont to say that the Turk is only camped in Europe. Incongruous as the metaphor may appear, the allied fleets now engaged in forcing the passage of the Dardanelles are loosening the cords- of the Oriental tent, and there is every reason to be lieve that soon the Turk will move on, or less silently Btfial away, to return to his present haunts no more. That Russia will occupy Constantinople is also almost certain. Her magnificent military achievements ran only be adequately rewarded by the possession of that much coveted city, and although this will ultimately bring her into con flict with the British Empire, still ...
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN Talk about, it. Write about it. Buy all you can in i* Remember that by assisting trades men, yon help tlie place along. fiiectgood, reliaMe men to all public positions, not because they strain themselves for popularity, but on ac count of their stamina and trustwor thiness. Keep the money in the place. Sell all you cau and buy all you can at home. The men who have-invested in stores, workshops, and other business places are building up the town, and they should be encouraged.
TURF TOPICS. (Written for " Heyfield'"Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915
TURF. TOPICS. (Written for " - Heyfleld'"Herald") ? Thanks to Carlita making her own running at a brisk pace, we saw « thoroughly genuine Champion event this Autumn, but the same could by no 'means be said of the Essendon Stakes anrl Loch Plate, the other two distance W.F.A. events at the campaign. True, the Essendon ended in a stride for stride encounter between two good horses, Land of Song and De Gama, but there was really no galloping until the last live furlongs were entered upon. Thus as a test of stamina it was a fail ure. As for the Loch Plate, it is not too muc-h to say that it was farcical in tho extreme. How are these unsatisfactory con tests to be avoided Many remedies have been suggested, but so far nothing really effective. In the Champion, a time limit is provided for, the penalty of exceeding which is a forfeiture of half the stake money. The same condi tion might with advantage be imposed in connection with all Weight for Age races run over a stayer's course. It mus...
THE STATE AND SEED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915
THE STATE AND SEED WHEAT. Every wheat grower whom the sea son 1914 5 hit hard, should remember that May is not very distant, and that, unless lie makes sure of a supply of such seed wheat as lias been proved in his district, he may at the last moment have to accept imported grain, possibly first rate in its way, but quite unsuited for his purpose. It is quite unneces sary to say how mucL depends on securing Federation wheat or, in dis tricts where r.hat is unsuitab e, the variety which has given most satisfac tory results. It is unnecessary, be cause experience lias taught all growers of any standing, and the experts, the press, and the talk of their neighbors has educated all the new men who are willing to leain. However, a hint may serve a useful purpose, because the p snition is unique, and may not be fully grasped by all concerned. In view of the serious shortage of wheat in the State, the Government, through the Department of Agriculture, pur chased 410,000 bushels of seed whea...
HEYFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915
HEYFIELD RACES. The following are the handicaps for "the Hey field races, to be held to-day.: Trial Stakes, st lb st lb Heather Maid 9 8 Red Steel 7 4 Debut ... 9 0 Earl Rosslyn7 4 .Gilead ... 8 12 The Marne 7 2 Setam ~ ... 8 10 Coramina 7 2 . Sojer ... 8 2 Sir Bohert 7 0 Nimble Lad 8 0 *Sash ... 7 0 La.Eaperance -7 10 Miss Glen 7 0 Height ... 7 6 TiillaCarngb 7- 0 Lady Emmie 7 4 Pony Race. .Cygnet ... 10 8 Skidoo ... 7 7 Balsbire ... 10 0 Splinter 7 "3 .OFlossie ... 9 0 Tease ... 6 7 Handicap. Pella ... 9 0 Botany Bay 8 2 .GJy'nne 9. 0 Suderick 8 0 Ramoth' ... 8 12 Benita ... 7 5 :Slvr Gauntlet 8 10 Caracre ... 7 2 Steeplechase. Dismal ... 11 8 Bushy ... 9 11 Cooma ... 10 8 Langiel... 9 11 .G'altee More 10 6 Red Donald 9 3 Bohm'n Boy 10 6 Sir Bohert 9 0 Wessex ... 9 11'MissGlen 9 0 Flying Handicap. Styx . . 9 9 Sedeiick 7 12 Pella ... 8 11 Setam 7 10 Silvr Gauntlet 8 11 Sojer ... 7 4 .Glynn ... 8 11 Benita ... 7 2 .Debut ... 8 0 LaE8p'ance7 0 Botany Bay 8 0 Ooramina 6 12 Xady Delma...
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your idea*. Experiment. The world is eager foi scmething new, which, however simplt it may be, will save labor, er expense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure-rednee waste. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors ot better things, and the natural capitalist* of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn !he procedure as to pa tenting in the ohief countries,--then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious mend has produced a clever invention put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Towmend, an editor, says of the "Inventors' Guide/' "I am re commending it strongly to friends. Beet of the kind I uave seen. It should do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where he can obtain the "In ventors' Guide." 3. For yourself obtain thiB book, which tells what to in...