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III. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 18 July 1914
III. "Nonsense!" protested Austin My ers, pleasantly. "We'll travel back to gether. Grey has told me your story, and I tlilnk you're a first-rate fellow. Don't worry about the fare. I'll stand the difference for the pleasure of your company. Who says romance is dead in these days? Why, you are a living witness to the contrary. I'm sure Miss' Nancy agrees with me." Nancy flushed and smiled. shyly at this raillery; then elie sighed also, for in an hour's time her lover, Kyrle Beaumont, was to start for Cape Town en route for England; and,, al though he was to return by the next boat, yet even the short separation of a few weeks was a trouble to her. "You are too kind," replied Kyrle Beaumont, with a how profound enough to indicate deep reverence, or possibly contempt. "My plans are already made and cannot be altered; my passage is taken. We shall part when we leave this house." And, .turning rather abruptly away, he be gan to make his public adieux; it is more than probable he had alr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 18 July 1914
JiiWe Jack Horner sat sick in a corner, A-cooghini; and rubbing his eves, An flrnnm was waiting, watching bim , . taking A dose fit to poison the flies. .A dra tight of her oWh, far best left alone, Which she made her yonng victim en dure— The silly of muff ( to brew nasty home stuff _ When there's Woods' Peppermint Core.
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 18 July 1914
To the Editor. Sir,—I have read many letters on ■this subject in your valuable col umns giving reasons for non-at tendanco at church. MaDy of the reasons advanced are only lame ex cuses. It iB easy to blame others; it •oothes the mind; but the faults of others, with all their starch and snumbs, should not prevent any person from attending a place of •worship. "Pro Bono Publico" -wishes the Church to take its proper place in the -world. That will come about when people take their proper place in the church; The church needs men like "Pro Bono Publico" who sees the old church's faults and his own. The Church is waiting for alien of high intellectual powers, and more particularly those men who Lave the moral courage to stand up to their convictions and express •without fear or favour words in ob edience to the royal law, which will help to cleanse the hearerB' hearts of its dross. Some who attend church complain of cold feet, others are cold headed, and most are cold lieartfed. They ar...
RAILWAY RATES AND TAXES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 18 July 1914
RAILWAY BATES AND TAXES. To the Editor. Sir,—Perhaps much satisfaction has been expressed at the removal of that iniqijitoos tax—the local rate —from our Newtown-Beeac railway line, a tax that added greatly to the burden of the primary producer if not also to the detriment of the Railway Department itself, that is in connection with this line. Bat that , satisfaction has almost been erpell ed, for with the remoyal of one tax &lt; we have another levied npon nf« by the introduction of a higher rate in fares. Compare the rates for travel ling on our local lines, in fact on any country lines, with those paid by those living and travelling in the metropolitan area, the facilities, con cessions, and privileges granted to them, with the ^disabilities and in- i convenience we are asked to endure i whilBt travelling on our country lines. In country districts, particu larly the one in question, to obtain proper railway accommodation, ,is one long line of agitation and hard ship. Year...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 18 July 1914
To the Editor. •Sir,—Re "Why do not people go to Chu'cL," I think our friend at Dereel is about right when he says the worship of the golden calf is the god of to-day. I was always taught that religion was in actions, inspired by divine love, and its actions and service were for the benefit of others We read that Christ was rich, but for onr si'kes He became poor. The foxes have holes, the birds of ihe air have nests, bat the Son of Man hath nowhere to lay His head. Take the prophets before Christ came. Elijah was fed by the ravens. And when Naaman was cleans- d from his lep rosy, through the prophet Elijah, he wanted to endow many a gift to the church, but Elisha refused them, saying, "Is it a time to receive money," etc.—II Kings, chapter 5. We are told to set our affection on things above, not on things of the earth.—Col. Ill, 1—2. We hear of ministers receiving calls to another district; but one always notices tbat there ia always a bigger salary at tached to it. When one reads ...
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 18 July 1914
CYCLING. A most interesting and instruc tive booklet entitled " All About Cycling " is to hand from the Dun lop Rubber Company. It is a splen didly printed 52 page brochure, and contains much th.at will interest everyone who rides a cycle. Amongst the subjects dealt with are touring, selection of machine and gears, training for road and track racing, and the proper treatment and care of machine and tyres. A copy of this fine production may be obtained for the. asking from the Dunlop Rubber Co., Flinders street, Melbourne.. Applications through the post must be accompanied by a penny stamp to cover cost of post age. Ab the issue is limited, cyclists are advised to make early applica tion to ensure obtaining a copy of booklet. For Children's Hncking Cough at Ni«ht Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d
Sporting. FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 18 July 1914
FOOTBALL* ASSOCIATION MATCHES. POSITION OF CLUBS. Games Played ct o £ m a hJ Total Points Linton 4 ?.r . 1 12 Bkbbinga 5 5 2 12 SOARSDALE 5 1 4 4 BERRINGA Y. SCARSDALE. The only really unfavorable day for football experienced this season was Saturday, and even then the attendance at the local Recreation Reserve was fairly large, Berringa and Scarsdale wero the competing teams, and although the ground was very sloppy a good contest was wit nessed, The game throughout was a very evenly-contested one, both clabB being represented by strong teams. The victory, however, fell to the home team by a majority of ! 8 points. The excitement rose in the first quarter, when, not long after the bonnce of the ball, " Batcher " O'Brien took a fine mark close to &lt; the uprights, and although it wasan angle shot he was the first to, rise the j two flags. This made Scaradale pro- | cautious and they began to mix the | play a little, and soon had the ball up their end. M'Keogh marked cleverly...
Correspondence. (We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) WHY PEOPLE DO NOT GO TO CHURCH. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
| correspMe.': '' ' i • (We do not ideutify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.) WHY PEOPLE DO NOT GO TO CHURCH. To the Editor. Sir,—Many and varied have boon the roasons civon by your correspondents as to "Why People do riot go to Church." Tho Church would indeed be (a piebald, ridiculous kind of thing if moulded ac cording to tho opinions and boliofV of jrour, J various correspondents. Soiiio'of your correspondents soom to' bo sincere, but many of tlieni seom to bo merely canting ! hyprocites with unsatisfactory excuses for their own actions, rather than sincere" men whose actions are dictated by loyal adherence to principle, after deep con sideration, deep roilection, and sound, study. For my own part; I am firmly convinced tliut thero arc-cloor roasons why poople do/not go to church, and this knowledge has come to mo from wido ex perience and close contact with people in every walk of life in ■ many localities. I would divido tho "poople who do not go to Chu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
The sunlit isles of the summer sea Gleamed gay in the waters blue, But the heart of the man was ill at ease, And his face wqs of pallid hue. But his soul revived, when a boat arrived With a cargo of life ronower. Ho laughed like a boy—he was full of joy When he'd taken Woods' Peppermint Cure.
Smythesdale Borough Council. Wednesday, July 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
SmgMal;s fioiougn council. Wednesday, July 15th. Present: Cra M'Menamin (chair man), Creed, S*arle, M'Carthy, Har ridge, Kirk, Rtitze, and Elder. Correspondence. From Public Works Department, forwarding account of claim for sig natures.—The town clerk stated that necessary signatures had been ob tained and sent back to department. From Public Health Department, asking council's supervision' of pri vate hospitals, if any, in the district. —Received. Reports. The inspector of nuisance? report ed that the borough was in a thorongLIy sanitary condition. Finance. Accounts amounting to £28 7s Id were passed for payment. Gfii«-ial. The.Revision Court was fixed for 25th inst. In regard to the Tfater scheme, a report as to procedure pud expenses thereon was submitted for consideration by Mr M. Martin, and it was decided to 1-t the matter be deplt with at mxt meeting. It was resolved that Cr Creed endeavor to secure suitable lamps for street lighting. The matter of tree plant ing was left in ...
LEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, 22nd July. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
LEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, 22nd July. i-reseiit: (jrs Al. IS. I,ees (.[Resident), ~V«mon, .1. Alunro, (J. H. lVel, W. Miller, 1'. J. Citllaghan, ,1. Boyle, i). 11. Gibcon, A. 1'. Bingley. Tcaidei-s.—Upper Western main road— 1'or supply of SUO cubic yaids spalls l>e tween Stony Crook and Slielford Eat>t Ooiiimon: \V. J. Miller, XBSjl-ll; J. WGagli (recommended to Country Koads IJoard), ^iiG; II. Fitzpatrick, .JL'73/19/2. .iSlielford to Inverleigh main roa&lt;l — For supply of 300 cubic yards spalls between Slielford and Ualf-inile east of Gallaghur'B ■corner: W. .1. Miller, .£13/1 j/; Fitzpa,t rick, .£59/!)/; J. Jl'CugU (recommended •to Country i;&lt;i;uis itoaru), X-t'i. Oarraii 3'arisU roads—For making 533 links road jiear Gritlin's orchard, Teesdnle: \V. J. Aliller, .£19/19/; J. Al'Cugh (accepted), .£16. Correspondence.—From G. 11. Stan l>rook, Kokewood, drawing attention to lh&lt;* water l'roni n drain on the J'uilway load washing away his fen...
Sporting. FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
Sporngg. FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. POSITION OF CLUBS. Linton Berringa scarsdale 5 4 1 16 5 3 2 12 6 15 4 Scarsdale went down to Linton last Saturday after a great struggle. The re sult means that the premiership has to be fought out between Berringa and Linton. Berringa goes to Linton to-day, and are taking a strong team, and oxpect to nail the black and white flag to the top of the mast. Fully 200 supporters havo decided to make the trip to urge their favorites on to victory.
WOMAN'S WORLD. OLD MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
WOMAN'S WORLD. OLD MOTHERS. I lovo old mothers—mothers with white hair, And kindly eyes, anil lips grown softly sweet With murmured blessings over sleep ing babes. There is something in their quiet grace That speaks the calm of Sabbath afternoons; A knowledge in their deep unfaltering • eyes That far outreaches all philosophy. Time, witli caressing touch, . about them weaves The silver-threaded fairy shawl of age, While ali the echoes of forgotten songs Seem joined to lend a sweetness to their speech. Old mothers'.—as they pass with slow-timed step, Their trembling hands cling gently to youth's strentgh; - Sweet mothers! as they pass, one sees . again . garden old. roses, and o'ld ' loves.
BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
- BALL/ RAT 'WHOLES ALE DA'irr PRODUCE MAEKJ3T. Thnrsdnv. I T. .). Lawless'and Co. late M'firiKVt T)rn&lt;:) ropm llltif^nr: Vrirac fii'tory print*. V2: li:":r 1 1 dairv. in&lt;l; I spp:i! nfrv. 'i.' ! nrjs, 1/L'! T*-r -itr Rid: .. pd ! " • ' 'Icq, 1/- ' Ij. Ln-'1 • to **!&lt;' ' •«,. 81 f' • ■ "V- -«,>■ \rf_ tor n . ' "■ tfl to • !' • I ' - UI_ Egjt-i. I/'-' Hob. !«•' hI dlf- t'-, • ivey. 5-f! "• -d» 7.'&lt;T . Qnion?- T •>«*• Spcuisb. .T/U/. JM/5/ la -CSL
KEEP FAITH WITH THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
KEEP FAITH WITH THE CHILDREN. ' Many a woman who would not think of lightly breaking a promise made to a grown-up person is utterly careless about keeping her word .with her children. She promises whatever is convenient at the moment, and ap parently thinks that the breaking or keeping of those promises is a matter in which she can please herself, and that her children have no right to con sider themselves aggrieved if she does not do so. A mother who acts thus does her children grievous harm. She forgets that the sense of justice is strong in quite a little child, and that it is nat ural and reasonable that he should expect his pareirts to be as good as their word, and to fulfil their promi sesj even at the cost of convenience. Promises should not be lightly broken, and the parent who is guilty of this soon loses her children's confidence, which is one of the sweetest things which our little ones can give us. When boys and girls learn to doubt their parents' truthfulness they soon ...
SCARSDALE A.N.A. HALF-YEARLY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
SCARSDALE A.N.A. HALF-YBAKLY SOCIAL. SPEECH BY JIR CHATHAM, M.L.A. The Mechanics"*H^H was crowded by ait enthusiastic assemblage on Monday even ing on tho occasion ot tlio halt-ycarly aocial and installation ot olhcers of tlio Scarsdale branch A.N.A. The gathering included Mr J. Chatham, 3I.L/.A., unci re presentative*; of t9is.U>r and kindred socio 11 Tho ncwly-elocted president (Hev. CJ T Leo) occupied th© chair, and submit t«l the toast of "Tiie King," which was musically honored. After a recitation by Mr Frank Young, the chairman proposed "The A.N.A.and dwelt upon the gooU work performed by the society both from national and-social standpoint*. Mr W. J. Nichollti (Bcmiiga branch) responded. The installation of otheers was per formed by -Mr Chatham. Hi- agreed that I many prominent men to-day had acquired knowledge and tin- gift ot oratory" I through lieing members ot the A.N.A. anil discussing questions of national import ance which i>rovcd pi-ofitahle to tliolnsolve-i and...
He Had Often Heard of Him. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
He Had Often Heard of Him. It was a contested will case, and one of the witnesses, in the course oC giving his evidence, described the testator minutely. "Now, sir," said tbe counsel for the defence, "I suppose'we may take it, froiii the llattering description you have given of the testator, his good points, and his personal appearance generally, that you were intimately' acquainted with him?" "Him!" exclaimed the witness. "He was 110 acquaintance of mine!" "Indeed! Well, then, you must have observed him very carefully whenever you saw him?" pursued counsel. "I never saw liim in my life," was the reply. This prevarication, as counsel thought it, was too much, and he said: "Now, now, don't trifle with the court, please! llow, I ask you, could you, in the name of goodness, de scribe him' so inin itely if you never saw him or ljever knew him?" "Well," repl>d- the witness, and the smile which overspread his features extended to the faces . of. those in court, "you see, I married his ...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
UALLAI'AT WHOLESALE CATTLE MARKET. .Fat cattle: 154 head cafhe to hand for to-day Vs sale, fully one-half being good to prime tjujility,. balance useful sorts. Tho attendance of bueyrs was a full one, and competition j^'on-otully was brisk. Bret pens sold at slightly higher values, whilst other descriptions made quite Into rated. Quotations:—I'rime pens bullocks, «£15 to ,i'17; extra, to £18/17/6; good pens bul locks, .t12/10/ to JB14; medium, JE9 to .£10 1(1/j Ix'^t cows, to -213/10/. Averages:— | Air Don Head. Melrose, Beeac, 10 bullocks, 171 "J: Mr T. Hobinson, Moyno Falls, in bullocks, .£11/9/8; Air E. G. Austin, I Uuniyallock, Slcipton, 17 bnllocks \ 10 cows .£8/15/3; Mr \V. Head, Melrose, | liecac, 10 bullocks, .£12/6/9; Mr C. W. Se well, Kooroocheaiig, G bullocks, .£10/5/. Calves: 31 penned, best forward soiling to .£5/12/6. Sheep: 2811 penned for to day's sale, only a small supply being prime quality, balance good to medium descrip tions. Best uuality sold at improved prices...
PATTERN FOR INFANT'S CLOAK. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
PATTERN FOR INFANT'S CLOAK. This illustration sliows an infant's cloak made of cashmere and scallop ed and embroidered with silk. It would also look well made of silk, de laine or fine cloth. It represents "Everylady's Journal" pattern No. 1, and is cut in one size. only—for an infant. This pattern may be bought for ninepence from local pattern agent, or will be sent post free to any ad dress if ninepence in stamps is sent to Dept. A, "Everyjady's Journal," 37G Swanston-street, Melbourne. State number of pattern required. If a pen ny stamp is sent to above address, a 48-page catalogue will be sent to any reader who writes, "Send free cata logue."
It is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 25 July 1914
it is Sam. That the Berringa Progress Committee meets on Tuesday evening next, when several important matters are to be brought forward for consideration. That the Pitfield and Cape Clear Cours ing Club are talking about running two stakes at their next meeting. That Mr M'Caffery's dog won for him a nice pot of money at a recent coursing meeting. That candidates for the Ballarat Fed eral seat are giving this district a turn. Mr M'Grath has been on the war path addressing two or three meetings nightly, and will speak at Rokewood to-night. Mr Coidham speaks at Rokewood on the 5th, and at Dereel on 6th August. That the whole countryside is going to pay a visit to Teesdale to-day, whore the >ioofc*bK21 proniieruhip mutch b^tw*)an Jin vdrleigh and Bannockburn is to be set tied. That Mrs Tanner and Miss Rene Stan brook, A.C.T.L., are to sing and play the accompaniments at the Balmoral Show1 concert on August 12th. That President Lees, of Leighshire Council, is following the good exampl...