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BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

BELGIUM. From a far-off land where cannons roar There comes to lair Australia's shore A wailing and a piteous cry. Above the din of the fiercest fight That cry is heard throughout the night, And yet again at dawn's grey light, "God help us, or we die." From a far-off land where bursting shell Dfl&ls death and doom as black as hell Comes the starving Belgian's cry. Poor hungry children's sobbing wail Make starving mother's sad hearts quail, And their pale faces still more pale As their dear ones starve and die.' In that far-off land of awful gloom, Where Mother Earth is one vast tomb, Whose pall's stained gory red ; Widow and orplien by father kneel, And in broken voice to God appeal. Then weary and worn, sway and reel, Beside their dead. Belgium, once land of pomp and state, But now in ruins so desolate That its grim scenes shock the eye. For Honour's sake her sons have bled, In Freedom's cause her blood was shed, Will Australia heed that cry ? Throughout this land in the So...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PAYING FOR PEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

PAYING FOR PEWS. When the poor publican went into the Temple to | ray, lie modestly stole into a seat well towards the back. Visitors to churches where seats are rented perforce must emulate the hum ble tax collector in the Scriptures, fear ing thi»t they might g> t into a pew in a prominent portion of a church, only to be turned out i f his praying place when the lessee happens along. Dr Green, Anglican Bishop of Ballarat, has for a long time advocated the abolition of the practice of selling heats in God's House. Speaking at a church function the other day, the Bishop said that when the new Ballarat cathedral was built there would be no pow rents and 110 difference made at all as to where people should sit upon any con sideration of money whatever. He also said lie utterly hated the applic ation of business metaphors to Chris tian work. He had, for instance, a decidedly strong objection to describing a large congregation as "a good house." This expression, like other loose say ...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age, BOL8 QIN PUSE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 TEAK. MAG TIER'S Pure French Grape \* BRANDY Cognac ji ' JLS The Original House of Itafc {£% It ST CH STEWART, Edinburgh ijl W ?^Lh ll Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP \3k$ | Ijrm Jf « DRINK STEWARTS I " WW 11 1 "J V LIVE'STOCK INSURANCE. ILL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING- WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL; AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THEREAFTER. ;ates Lowest Current. Claims Promptly Paid. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT -- REPRESENTED. ? ® I II. TY I 10., LTD. MELBOURNE. (Managers for Victoria.) WATER A NECESSITY 10,000 GALLONS FOR ONE PENNY This is the Cost of Pumping 10,000 Gallons of Water with a Brace & M'CIure Motor Hnginc. STARTS ON BENZINE. RUNS ON KEROSENE. Tfee Most Economical Running Engine on Earth (or any where else). Two Sizes 4-h.p. & 8 h.p. (Stationary & Portable). DDIirr JP AATI HOI? Engineers ft Windmill Maker...

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GLENMAGGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

GLENMAGGIE. (From our own CorresJ>07ide?it) At n meeting held last week to hear t,he balance, shuet read in connection with the Cathulic Church, Glenmaggie, a very satisfactory position was dis closed, which must he very satisfactory to the Rev. Father Shanahan, parish priest, and members of tho congre gation, Since the new church was started, a little over a year ago, the sum of £1,750 17s has been expended, and of this amount all has been paid oft" with tho exception ot £363 19a 9d. A collection was taken up - on Sunday last to reduce this amount, and £90 Is was handed hi in a fe>y minutes, which shows how easy it is to get money when the "Soggarth Aroou" requires it. The following are the names of the subscribers : £5 each-Mr and Mrs T. P. Glee son, Mr Gerald Molphy, Mr and Mrs J. Coleman, Mr Jas Garvey, Mrs B. Timins, Misa Mary Garvey, Mr Thos. Gleesou, senr., Mr Michael Molphy, Mfr P. Goleman, senr., Mr J. liahiily, Mr Pat Garvey. £3 each-Mr P. Cummins, Mr W. Coleman, Mr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

FORMERLY THE ORGANISING .CHAPLAIN TO THE BISHOP OF GRAFTON AND. ARHIDALE. ^Writes this letter stating the great good received from Clements Tonic. .CLEMENTS TONIC LLD. "Having for years used Clements 'Tonic, I bear testimony to its value as .a Household Friend. A friend induced me 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 benefit myself my de sire was to see others derive good from so simple and perfect a remedy, conBe .qnently I unhesitatingly recommended its use to scoieB 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 trav elled over-for years in my work of ?church organisation, I had unusual op portunities for recommending to squat ters, settlers, agriculturists, min...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspondent.) Tlie views which the cable toils us have been expressed by the Earl of Selbourue as to tho sort of war news supplied are very much to the point. According to the message, the Earl said that the Government and' thop ress were to blame for giving too favorable a color to the war news. If those who were responsible understood the charac teristics of the race they would mini mise the good news, and feature the bad. Tho need for somothing that will bring the people of this country to a more adequate realisation of just what wo are up against has been very much in evidence during tho past week. Tho chief autumn racing fixture has been on aud the festivities connected therewith have held sway. Probably the attend ances were not so good as former years. The drought would account for that, but there was each day a large crowd of apparently care-free pleasure seekers frivoling away their time and providing tho wherewithal for tho purple and l...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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TENNIS. SEATON v. TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

TENNIS. SEA.TON v. TOONGABBIE. The return match between the above clubs was played on Saturday last, and resulted in a win for Torragabbie, as the undermentioned scores show : Messrs Ferguson Eros beat Messrs D. Flynn and M. Ailninn, 10-5. Messrs Nicoho'i and O'Hare beat Frs. Hurley and Shanahan, 10 - 6. Mrs Humphreys and Miss Campbell lost to Miss-es Altaian .and Doyle, 5-6 Messrs Ferguson Bros lost to Messrs D. Flynn and M. Allman 2-10. Messis Nicolson anu O'Hare beat Frs. Hurley and Shanaiian, 10-5. Mr Ferguson and Mrs Humphrey beat Mr and Miss Allman, 6-4. Mr Ferguson and M'ihh Campbell beat Mr Mends and Miss Dovle, 6-2. Total-Toongabbie 49, Seaton 3S.

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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EIGHT HOURS' ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

EIGHT HOURS' ART UNION. The Eight 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 .be distributed The first prize is valued at £500, the second £100, and the third £50. The support accorded the uudertnking last year was so generous ?that the committee were enabled to .donate a very substantial sum to the hospitals and public charities, to which the proceeds are devoted. It will be the fifty-ninth ctlebration of the estab lishment of the system which enjoins '' eight hours' labor, eight hours' re creation, and eight hours' rest." The committee has already made complete 'arrangements in connection with the fete, which will be held at the Exhibi tion Buildings on Monday, 26th April. A splendid programme of sports and amusementB has been arranged for Eight Hours' Day, which has been .declared a public and bank holiday throughout the State. Numerous spe cial attractions will be provided for -adults and ...

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F RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

| OF RURAL INTEREST (By ' 'Rustieus.") Already the problem of what is to be done to furnish suitable employment for soldiers at the termination of the war is exercising the minds of people in .England. It is interesting to note the direction in which its consideration is leading. There would appear to be possibilities of an awakening to the great field for employment that liea in the development of rural Australia. Tliero is also the realisation that-it is the vast ecpty spaces in the outlying portions of the Empire, and particular ly Australia, that will be the chief ele ment of danger in future. Earl Gray is at the forefront of a movement that commissioned Mr H.E.Easton, secretary of the British "Immigration League to inquire into the matter. Mr. EastOn says that in Western Australia Earl Grey lias been offered 100,000 acres of fiuit land, in proximity to tho railway, at £2 an acre, purchase money not to be paid for twenty years. The owner further offers to advance £50,000 as work...

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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, S-3° Jjat Uaitle-3900 yarded, Market irregular, with prices about equal to late rates. Cows firmer to lO.s better. Mathieson and Davis sold 580 fat cattle and calves.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

5 Auctioneers. fl(aCnieso!| ai\d Davis AUCTIONEERS. iT'OCK AND STATION AGENTS . "SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Sale. Tur&lgoi). Mra, Heyfisld, And 5 St. James'Builcings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. 'CQWWARR W KDN KSIJA Y.'' M A EG fl 24. "j^^ATIIIESON A.n'D DAVIS willseH as 70 Prime Fat Cows, Bullocks and Heif ers from leading grazier?. EiEYFIELD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31ST. ' MATI-IIESON ASD DAVIS will sell as above 50 Prime Bullocks and Cows from leading graziers 50 pat Wethers ' , Strettle & Co PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE HAZAAli, 96 BOURKE ST" MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday," Wednesday and Thursday at their Bazaar 1 AT NEWMARKET-Sheep, Tuesdays . . Fat Cattle, .Wednesdays AT CORPORATION AIARKET-Pigs and Calves, Wednesdays und Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays CLEARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY. PURE STOCK SALESMEN, Trust Monies to lend, lowest rates Sworn valuations made Send particulars of your requirements. P. O'CONNOR, Heyfield, For...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

¥©1J wis rat s . a 65 iEZ©N 93 ACCOIilUON' CJ:iiYAlNIAf' the more th:t« presume vcu -want the HI?ST the world "produces-awl thai »T." Tht MK/.ON." Thtrv cost a others, but then-I Well, on-nu-like Totie. ni:d see how exquisitely they a re mr.ilu- and finished. i=i>ICRS :-TI;e Cclei-t:.'! Meson. 30/-; The Organ Mczoii, 35/-: Tin Wonder Mezon, 42/-: The «rai:d Organ Mcsson, 63/-; The Chromatic .'.MesOii:,--S0.V Caretully packed ;.4id forwarded tp nny address. .".IV CATALOGUE ought to be in vout home, trend your address for it lo-day and I will mail it, i-'K1-;;. PLEASE NOTE that 1 hove moved a little lii;;!ier up the street. My nc-.v address is 3 a l-i^* a'd x:3 g 250 BOUNCE STREET, MZUBi Ono Deer Above Svvansioji Sire:!. SUIT BY MAIi! -1 Our large Mail order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap» predate style, ftt, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials; the fine finish and the c...

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RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

RED CROSS SOCIETY. The following additional donations have been received by the Heyfield branch of the Red Cr 88 Society : Collected by Miss Ferguson (1/ per month)-A. Ferguson, B. Ferguson, Mrs O. L. RumpfiF, Mr W. Harper. Mrs Alex Aubrey, Mrs Allman, Miss H, Allman, Mrs M'Manup, Mrs Pur cell, Mrs Rumpff, Miss L. Rumpff, Mrs Graham, Miss M'Farlane, Miss Hurley, Mrs Sheffield, Mrs A. Shaw, Mrs J. M'Michael, Mrs West, Mrs H. Chester, Mr D. Flynn. Other donations-Mrs Mootham 2^ yards flannel, Mrs Bourke 2 pairs sox, Mrs Riley 1 pair BOX, Mrs M'lvor 1 doz washers, Mrs Davey 1 doz calico, Mrs Huffer 1 doz flannelette, Mrs Mnston Is per month, Mr D. Johns Is per month.

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The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 18 March 1915

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING How enouiioiisly a slight shortage advances prices few realise. Mr Tudor is advised by iiia experts that Australia lias actually in hand wheat enough to last seven months, even if it sows 10 000,000 acres. That is to say, the scarcity, out of which, owing to ail round bungling, a few have been .i I lowed to rn ;ike large sums, is purely artificial, for there is nob the slightest difficulty about importing the balance of wheat which may be required in October. The moral'for the moment, I however, is simply that all who have suffered and who wish to recover by putting in as large an area as they can, should secure approved seed wheat be fore the supply is exhausted, or is in the hands of speculators who will rinse its price if bv any chance the State's supply is sold. The concert and dance, to be held to-night in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund, promises to be both a social and financial success. Several tip top per formers have promised to assipt, and ...

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VALUE OF CHEESE AS A FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 March 1915

VALUE OF CHEESE AS A FOOD. The fact that when it comes to the furnishing of genuine, muscle building, waste repairing food, cheese is in a class almost by itself, and has butter beaten over aud over again, is not as widely known as it should be. The truth is that cheese-is oue of the great est known protein foods that it is prac ticable to manufacture or produce in immense quantities, being much richer, pound for pound, in muscle-forming material, than meat. On the other hand, butter, being almost all fat, is a good heat aud energy producer, but lacks almost entirely the muscle-form ing elements of food. From a general dietetic standpoint, it may be said that butter falls largely into the luxury class, being an expensive but very eas ily digested fat, but cheese is a strong, economical food, suited to those who have hard work. While we are not ad vising farmers to change butter fac tories into cheese factories, we have no hesitancy in saying thai cheese-making, as a process for prod...

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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 March 1915

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. The war is hitting the nitrate of soda industry so hard that the Chilian Government is said to bo giving pe cuniary assistance to 106 nitrate iirms in order to prevent stoppage of work. It is estimated that the number o/ hogs lost through sivine fever last year in America would have been sufficient to suppiy every family (average per sons; m the States with about 401b of bacon Bacteria are the iowest forms of plant lire, and are not of the animal .king dom, as is commonly supposed, liiey art- olten termed "lission funoi>" on account oI their method of production, tiacteria of any one hpecies may vary m shape and size to some extent ac cording to tho conditions under which the germs exist. Whey, sour milk, butter milk, etc., are sometimes used as starter. Those sta.i ters, in some instances^ are- pure cultino starters, but they are very un ieliable. ft is safest to obtain a pure culture starter from a reliabie source, and to recultivate the starter daily no as ...

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SINGING M.P.'S. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 March 1915

SINGING' AS.P.'S. : L. An Irish member of Parliament once suggested that a few comic songs sung in the House of Com mons would considerably enliven the debates. If that course were adopted many 01 the honourable members would be able to indulge in l.heir pet hobbies. The late Mr. Gladstone, for instance, not only delighted in in strumental music, but, it is said,'oct casionally sang comic songs. -One .nigger minstrel ditty-"Doo-dah. Doo-dah-dey "-in . particular had a peculiar fascination for ? him. The present Minister of War, Mr. Haldane is also devoted to music. .But, un like the G.O.M., his bent lies In the direction of classical operas and or atorios. Dr. Macnmncra is another devotee to classical music. Mr. Balfour, on the other side favours sor.'gs of the :ed nose and dilapidated type, which proclaim the woes of. the much perse cuted married msvi. When listening to a dull debate, Sir Henrv-C.-B. whiles away the dreary hours in hum ming old Scottish hymns.- Where Mr. John Morle...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XLII. FRIENDS! [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 March 1915

-THE MASTER PASSION. (By ijilliaii Ellerton). CH APTER XL11J. FJUENDS! The bliuda were drawn down, in No. -, Jermyn street, but golden rays Al tered through every chink, and played here on a glass vase, there on the jewel studded handle of a Turkish pipe, as if eager to announce its presence to Cap tain Val Beresford, whenever he chose to take the trouble to open his eyes. With a sigh he awoke, and looked round the room, staring longest at a fair head which appeared over the bad-, of an armchair, as if he could not imagine whose it was. The hair was just the same color as Deverel's, the man whom he had quar relled with; but it was not likely that he would be in the same room with him, when they had not spoken to each other-was it for weeks or years? How long had he been lying there? It was not his own room, for there were lots of things lying about which had never belonged to him. He was in Lon don, of that he felt quite certain, for there was no freBhness in the air which came in t...

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SIDELIGHTS ON BALLET-DANCING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 March 1915

SIDELIGHTS ON BALLET-DA NO I NO. Thcro are very few professions con cerning- which the general public knows so little as it does of ballet dancing. Ballet dancing- is a 'difficult art to learn, a girl of average talent seldom being fit for a first-chvss ballot be fore she has had . five years of hard training, and, to make a "star" dan ger at least ten years' training is re quired. The public ought to. be disillusion ed as regards the "fabulous" salaries paid to dancers. Three poiinds a week is a very good salary, and tho majority of dancers do not receive more than £1 a week. Even the few "stars" only get from £20 to £50 weekly, which, in. most profes sions, would be considered a very poor "top price" indeed. " . The most helpful training for dan cers is known as "side practice." The budding coryphee clings' to. a handrail with . one hand and, thus supported, goes carefully through the various motions. The battle was over. The gallant Twenty-third were congratulating one another ov...

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NAMBROK SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 25 March 1915

NAMBROK SPORTS. The following are the handicaps for the horse events at the Nauibrok sports on Saturday next : Kilmany Purse, 13.2 a.u. The Squire 10.4,- Teddy Bear 8.12, Petrel 8 12, Lormor 8.12, Ivy 8.10, Queen Bird 8.7, Tell Tale 8 7. Nambrok Cup. Pella 12.0, Bid 11.7, Nine of Dia monds 11.7, Debut 11.7, Imperator 10.7, Galtee More 10.7, Helta 10.4, Coramiua 10.0, Lord Rosalyn 10,0, Pines Handicap, 14 a.u. Flossie 11.7, Skidoo 9.6, Splinter 9.6, Tease 8.13. Lormor 8 9, Dazzling 8.7, Devon 8.7. Deuison Plate. Earl Rosslyn 10.7, Sash 10.7, Cliss 10.7, Lady Nymph 10.5, Close Touch 10 5, Time Tide 10.5, Cedrona 10.5, Vandora 10.3, Itesembler 10.3, Prince Havoc 10.3, Calulu 10.0, Sir Bohert 10.0, Devon 10.0 J. SHORTEN, Handicapper.

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