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TURF TOPIC[?] ("[?] [?] [?].") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
TURF TOPiC After CarHfca had won the Champion Race from end to end, her admirers as against Mountain Knight were heard again in tho land. They tben claimed that Carlita could not havo been herself when she put up such a poor showing in the St. Leger, and truth to tell there is, it must bo ad mitted', something in tlii* argument. Carlita Has a much better iillj ,ti the end of the Victorian Autumn camp p;iign, than at the start of it. Her racing had brought hpr on. Bjt while giving f'lll consideration for all ex cuses tliat might be advanced in favor of Oarlita, one must still cling to the belief thai, with both thoroughly fit, Mountain Knight will always beat her under "classic" condition. The point will again be put to the test at Rand wick on Saturday, when the pair will again meet in the A.J.C. St. Leger. As both are reported to be working satisfactorily the race is likely to be well worth the money. It is thought probable iliat Carlita will attempt to win all t'ie way. If these t...
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however simple it may be, will save labor, or expense, ' or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure-reduce waste. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capitalists of to-morrow. Bead the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in. the chief countries,-then seoure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious' friend has produced a clever invention put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventors. Mr. F. Town send, an editor, says of the "Inventors' Guide*" "I am re commending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I i-are seen. It Bhould do a lot of good. It is an incentive telling him where he can obtain the "In ventors' Guide." 3. For yourself obtain thrs book, which tells wh...
THE BEET CROP. TO BE DELIVERED TO THE FACTORY. IS THE DECISION OF THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
THE BEET CHOP. TO BE DELIVERED TO THE FACTORY. IS THE DECISION OF THE CABINET. Great satisfaction was felt in Maffra yesterday 011 receipt of a telegram stating that the decision of the Cabinet was against selling sugar beets to agents for stock feed instead of manu facturing sugar at the factory. This is a most agreeable piece of news, as con siderable anxiety lias been felt of late concerning the future of tire beetBugar industry. The growers entered into an agreement to deliver their crops to the factory, and when the drought con ditions became so extreme, some few growers desired to obtain permisdon to bhII their beets outside the factory, and thereby get a digger return for their commodity. The Cabinet evidently considered that the beets were the property of the State, and incidentally the people, and could not see why a handful of growers should benefit at the expense of the State, to say nothing of interferring with the establishment of the beet sugar industry.
THE OUTLOOK FOR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
THE OUTLOOK FOR SOLDIERS. What is to b camo of our brave de fenders when the war iu over? ia a qnention which properly comes into consideration at this peiiod of hoscili ties. At the end of the Boer war there were high hopes in the breast of "The Ab ent minded Beggar" as he thought of the enthusiasm of his Bend-off to South Africa. He reckoned that as he had done hia best for his country his uervicf-s would be recognised and remembered on his return, and that, the I opening which had been promised him by his forum* employer, or the job he had been led to'expect, would be his a3 certaiu as the day. But in how many instances did he find his hopes blasted. The number of men of hin class who went down through the neglect of those who sang his praises and treated him royally when he ivas a recruit is im possible to say. Will that kind of thing be repeated when that greater war is over 1 Most certainly it will un less the powers that be set themselves I to deal with the question in advanc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Flit Caitie-4070 yarded, Good prime bullocks ruled fully 10s to 15s higlier, COWB firmer. Prime pens bul locks LI5 to LI8, extra to L21 2s 6d, odd beasts to L25 10i, e;ood "L13 to L15, light and handy Lll to L12 15s, seconds from L7. Prime pens cows Lll to LI2 17s 6d, odd beasts to £17 2s 6d, good £9 10h to L10 10s, others from L5. Fat Calves-950 penned, prime firm, others unchanged. Math ieson and Davis sold 350 fat cattle and calves, including 9 bullocks Manson, Sumnierlea, at LIS 17s 6J.
HOW TO INJURE FOUR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
HOW TO INJURE FOUR TOWN Kun it down to visitois. Go to other places for your supplies. Look sorry when a stranger 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 lay out money in it. Then you will effectually damn your town and distriofc.
LOAD EVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
LOAD EVEN. Ju loading a, waggon place the load evenly over the front and liiiul wheels. If any difference is niado it should be on the hind "wheels. They are larger and hence do not sink in as deep as the smaller front wheels. The fact that the load is farther from tho team does not increase the draft on the wag gon. When the team is hitched to something dragging on the ground then the nearer the team is to the load the lighter tho pull. This is due to the fact that the nearer the team is the more the pull will be upward, thus helpiDg to reduce the friction between the load and the ground.
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
HEY FIELD MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report: 50 head of fat cattle yarded at Heyfield yeslerdaj', aod all sold at very satisfac tory prices, W. Harbeck's cows L7 lis to £7 17s, P. J. O'Connor's cows £6 6s, Davis and Harbeck's L5 10s, M, Davis' cows L5 14s to £S 7s, B. Tininis' cows £5 14s to £6, 6 heifers £7 7>>t J. Ryan's cows £5 15s, J. M'Gregor's do L5 Is to £6 14s, A. Warren's heifers L7, cows £9 8s, F. and H. Chester's do L5 17s, £7 14s to £9 17s. For Red Cross Fund, acct. Mr Frank Stagg, load of wood 25s.
"THE OTHER SIDE." [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
"THE OTHER SIDE." The Pittsburg " Sentinel" (Queens land) has not been giving entire satis faction with its war reports, as the following editor's note shows :--"We have received the following letter, and judging by one previously received from the same source, can only conclude that our war items are unpalatable to ; the subscriber in question. We pub lish it to show that the lot of an editor is not altogether the 'bed of roses' con sidered by tnany of our readers : Turraliii, Jan. 18 | 15. Editor Pittsworth 'Sentinel.' Sir,-take notis that 1 dont want your dam paper any moar so dond sent it 'again. Yours truly, J. C, Dadlemer. Go and lern to pub licli the thrut first and lern to sides of efery thing. J.C.D." Probably the following official state ment, which created much enthusiasm in Berlin, regarding the two Turks who attacked a train load of civilians at Broken Hill, and which was as truly warlike as the German naval engage ment at Scarborough, may prove of interest to this diss...
THE SEA TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
THE SEA TRADE. How far it is possible for Germany ' to affect our oversea trade is to many a debatable point.. There is, however, little causo to fear that any sorious damago will bo done. It. is very notice able that where a ship happens to be protected or armed with a few guns it is generally left severely alouo by the enemy's submarines. The East Coast of England is peculiarly liable to attack by reason of its open shores, and here, for tho most part, the damage is being done. It is only necessary for the British Fleet to blockade the Straits of Dover, and screen the North of Scotland, and there would bo no ohanco; but an occasional one for any enemy-craft to get out. Up to this, this has not been done, and the open route is being utilised by the German boats .of destruction. The pinch of hunger is being severely felt in Germany, and thore will be more hunger within the next few month's. The desperate at tempts boing made to deprive England of the advantage of oversea trade are o...
MOON AND THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
MOON AND THE WEATHER. "Curious" in the "Argus" asks if there is anything in the belief that the nel? moon seen on its bick is a sign of rain. The answer given is :-The in fluence of the moon upon the weather is altogether exaggerated, and the changes have not the influence, as sumed, because the moon is always changing. The facts as to the moon are pretty well expressed in an old verse : The Moon and the Weather May change together ; But change of the Moon Does not change the Weather. If we'd no moon at all And that may seem strange We still should have weather That's subject to change.
NAMBROK SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
NAMBEOK SPORTS. A most successful sports and race meeting was held at Numbrok on Saturday last. The weather was de lightfully fine, consequently there was a large attendance from all the tmr rounding districts. Mr Jas Bermiug ham made a capable secretary, and was assisted iti his duties by Mr T. Kerr. As half of the proceeds will be devoted to the Belgian .Relief Fund, a substan tial amount will be available for that object. A dance held in the evening was alao well attended. The reFults of the principal events are »s follows :- » Denison Plate. Trophy value £5. About 5 furlongs. W. Lyuch'a Prince Havoc, 10.3 1 1 "V. Harrison's Cedrona, 10 5 -2 J. Birsd's Time Tide, 10.5 3 Betting-2 to 1 winner. Numbrok Cup Handicap. Trophy value L10. About 1 mile. P. Kellehei'a Earl llosslyn, 10.0 1 J. Bursa's Iletta, 10.4 ... 2 W. Lynch's Prince Havoc 3 Imperator also storted. 3 to 1 on winner, 3 to 1 agst Iletta. Kilmany Purse, for ponies 13.2 a.u. Four furlongs. Trophy value L5. J. T. Killeeu's ...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
MELBOURNE LETTER ifrom our Special Correspondent.) Some suburban branches of tlic Aus tralian Women's National League are arranging public meetings to stimulate recruiting, but it would seem to be wasted effort. They arc very much in earnest about it. They get good speakers to deliver rousing addresses; they arrango nitre programmes of patriotic music, and they get togcthei attendances that fill tho halls- But the people who compose .these attendances are not tho right sort. They are cmin cntlv respectable ladies and gentlemen, but in the first- place they do not uccd impassioned eloquence to "convinco them of tho need for more men for the front, and in the second they are abso lutely ineligible for _ active service. Some of the ladies bring their knitting and arc stirred to dropping a few ,'stitches, perhaps, by the thrilling ap jjeals to patriotism. Everybody waxes enthusiastic, applauds to tho echo and sings the National Anthem with fer vor. . But at the end of it all, to use a h...
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN Talk about it. Write about it. Bny all you can in i'" Remember tliat by assisting trades men, you help the place aloDg, Elect good, reliable men to all public positions, not, because they Btrain themselves for popularity, but on ac count of their stamina and trustwor thiness. Keep the money in the place. Sell all you can and buy all you can at b(ime. The men who have invested in stores, workshops, and other business places are building up the town, and they should be encouraged.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
t Auctioneers. Hattiiesoq aqd Davis AUCTIONEERS. ;TOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP ANii CATTLE SALESMEN, Sals, toigon, Mra, Heyneld, And 5 St. James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. STORE CATTLE HEYFIELD . WEDNESDAY. APRIL 14. MATIIIESON AND DAVIS will sell as above zoo Mixed Cattle, including all classes 500 Mixed Sheep Adamsoij, Strettls & Co I'TY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAARr 96 BOURKE ST" MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdny at their Bazaar AT NEWMARKET-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat Cattle, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and Calves, Wednesdays :&lt;nd Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays EARING-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, Forwarding Agent NOTICE; MR H. YOUNG begs to announce that funeral arrangements will be carried out as usual in Heyfield and surrounding dis tricts. All...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
¥@U want . a' ®sHi£Z©N 99 ACCOKDION presume the worlc produces-and lh3t is CKKTAINW the 14 MKZON." They cost a little W; others, but the -Well, you will knov.- vrhv when you hear their rich, I oryan-lifce Tone, and sec how exquisitely they are made and finished. !'RICES The Ceiestial Mezon, 30/-; The Organ Mezon, 35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grand Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic %%%&£: ' MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, FREE. PLEASE NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is r home. LYOiS tm BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE 5 One Door Above Swanston Sirest. SKI YOUR SUIT BY MAIL! Our large Mall-order* Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap preciate style, ftt, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials; the fine finish and the comfortable yet pcrfect fit of each SUIT leaves nothing to be desired. We ...
The Henfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 April 1915
PUBUSUKD EVERY THURSDAY MORNING An interesting letter from our Mel bourne correspondent will be found on fourth- page. A prominent business man in Bairns dale (nays "Every Week") Una liit upon a novel idea for assisting the Belgian Fund. For the time bring lie has given up Hiuoking, and is retaining bin usual Lobucco alloweuce to accumulate in possesion of his trusted partner to hand over to the Bruce miction. Not only is ho saving his own, but when ever he can persuade a person to hand over a cigar or cigarette they are taken into custody. How many more are going to follow HUH? There are many novel ways of assisting the fund by a small self-denial. Iii » letter sent to each teacher in his district, Mr John T. Saxton, M.A., Victorian Inspector of School-urging earnest co-operative work for the State Schools' Patriotic League, said :-"We will be at war-a grim, desperate war -for a long time, and efforts should in 110 way be relaxed. Sacrifice is the quality which renders the mo8t ins...
DIED OF HIS RICHES. FATAL GOLD BULLET. THE PAGE THAT KILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
DIED OF HIS RICHES. FATAL GOLD BULLET. THE PAGE THAT KILLS, That tha Germans cannot keep going very much longer is the opinion of a French officer who has taken part in all the fighting since tha war opened. To a "Standard" correspondent, he said:-'-'The 'position' is nowadays a trench, in nine cases out of ten, and must generally be taken at night. This does not always mean in the dark. At - three villages got alight, and all the thatches and hayricks ablazo cast a red and smoky light. Add to this sev eral searchlights, showers of illuminat ing bombs, and the Germans with 'flares' fixed to thoir bayonets-which were more usoful to us than to them. You cannot form an idea of what an extraordinary scono it all made-a re gular inferno of Dante spread over two or three miles. Tho lighting went on all night in this theatrical stage set ting. At our hospital there was a man with three louis in his thigh-a poor devil who had never had a louis in his pocket in his life. The bullet that had ...