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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XLV. ST. GEORGE'S, HANOVER SQUARE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
THE MASTER PASSION. (By Lillian Ellertoa). CHAPTER XLV. ST. GEORGE'S, HANOVER SQUARE. "Ida, here is a letter for you from Mrs. Salomons,'' said Raymond Duval, throwing a scented note into his wife's lap; "next Wednesday's her birthday, and she wants us to go down to Rich mond to help her to keep it." "I scarcely think she can want me," opening the letter, and reading it through with a contemptuous smile. "She asks you, that is enough." "Quite enough, rather too much.- I suppose you are going?" "Of course I am. As Bolgrave and Beresford won't be there, I conclude you will stay at home." "I shall stay at home certainly, as nothing will ever tempt me to set foot in that woman's house again," her cheeks flushing angrily as she thought of the last time. "Because the temptation has gone. Last time you were well off; there was Beresford to play the sentimental lover -Belgrave the villain, and Deverel tho part of champion. Now you really might have to depend on your husband for a sensation,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
More than 12,000 "Bearing" and "Mo Cormick" Grain Drills will be at work in Australia this seeding Season. Their numbers increase steadily every year because they do their work right. Inter national Harvester Co. of Aus. Pty. Ltd., Bris., 8yd., Melb., Adel., Perth, and Lcstn. (386) HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN Talk about it. Wlite about it. I Buy all you can in i" Remember that by asmBting trades men, you lielp the place along. Elect good, reliable meu to all public potii lions, not becauxe the y btraiu themselves foe popularity, but' on ac count of tbeir alumina and trustwor thiness. Keep the money in the place. Sell all you can and buy all you can at heme. The meu who have invented in atore.H, workshopn, and other busmens places are building up the town, and they should be encouraged. Business Notices. ASSIGNED ESTATE! ASSIGNED ESTATE! IN THE ESTATE OF I*. M1I.ES, GENERAL MERCHANT, _ WALHALLA. Leslie's Announce having purchased by tender from Messrs Davey, Raiding & Co., Public A...
TURF TOPICS. (Written for Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
TURF TOPICS. (Written for - Heyfield "Herald") When the opponents of the totaliv sat or contend in support of their ease that the machine will do away with the big bettor they are really strengthening- the argument in fav ! our of the "tote." If the machine will reduce the opportunities of the I "plungers" so much the better, for they are and always have been a nuisance on the turf. The race course is well rid of them. The man who is always rushing round putting hundreds on this candidate, to the annoyance, and very often to the loss of owners also', are not likely to be so much in evidence with the bookmakers out of the way, and rac ing would be benefited in many ways if the operations of the plungers could be curtailed. It is urged tha t the man vr'nZ* pays a long price for a yearling and goes to the trouble and expense of hav ing a horse prepared for a cup, is entitled to top price when he "takes his goods to market." Quite so. But at the end of the year, tak . ing his transactio...
MAGAWAYS HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
MAGAWAYTJ HOLIDAY. Mrs Chattert-on: Well, Mrs Mag array, and bow did you all e»jo,v your selves on your day's outing?' Mrs Magaway; 'Precious liltle enjoy ment I 'ad. I can assure you. Mag away took 'is fishin'-rod for fish in'. vunl I made a beautiful steak puddhi' for ui to eat cold on the grasa. We mifc there &11 right, but trie puddin' ad been put in 'is bag alonjf with the tackle, and whon it was got out bless ed if it wasn't smothered with worms and BO we 'ad no di'uuer. Then our Rill 'as a tiff with Mary Ann; an' goes off with a 'ussy all feathers; what 'e could see in 'er I don't know. Why, when she walked 'or feet p'inte-! at ten minutes to two. Arter that Jim got argoyhi' with a stranger over nir-jnm ehootin', and camc of! with n block eye, and Magaway went- on the drink: he's bound to have 'em again. To fiirVh up, in the train, comin' back, little _"X5iHv put 'is return 'arf in 'is mouth an'. swallowed it, so we 'ad to pay double fare. No more outings for mo; give...
COSTLY JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
COSTLY JOB. Tha fair was in full ewing, and the organ attached to the st«am merry go-r-cund was screaming 'Anybody Here Seisn Kelly?' whilst tho yokels perform ed gallant feats of horsemr.iiship on the woo don Derby winnore. One rather stout old lady had just finished her sixth ride in succession when her husband. who wa-s standing near, phonlccl tlia :&lt;»quiry: .F-eelin' quesr, Emma?' ' 'Not a bit!' came the reply. 'You'd best oonve off, then,' bellowed tho man, in an attempt to drown the music. 'She nays *3ie don't feel que^r." re marked the nvcrry-(To-ronnd attendant, who was under the impression that tile man had misunderstood his wife. 'I know it,' was the answer: 'that's .why she's a-coniin' off. She swallow ed a shilling 'alf an hour aso. and wc thought p'raps y«u mnehiue'd act n« a hamotio. It'e co.st u&lt;i sixpence already, so it's time to etop-J'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
THE -ZEPPELIN AIR-SHIP RAID STARTLINGLY REALISTIC. Shows the 8ritisf) Fleet hotly engage io the North Sea, vyith several of the Enemy's Ship? in flames, while the Shore Forts maintain a heavy bom bardment. A 2EPPEUN AJR-SHIP in the terrific tattle* It carries n powerful gun and discharges aTiowFuse Shell, that explodeswith terribly destructive effect A Set of Efetrt. with directions and Fa&e for Firing Quirs» for One-Shilling* post free anyrthere. .The UNION COMPANY, 299_*Hlizafacth Strc^ Melbourne, Stone Jars Only. Straw Color h'om Age. fHi 5 '| li SljgSifei&fc- -f^Sb. H *" WIRE ANB VERY WHOLESOME. 0isn? t-zm ISTA»urk*» «vsr sss TEAM. maqrsi^fts Pure French Grape F3$ £ WBRAB * orsjm la "-.J H-ntJ m Cognac s llf -,Jf|>^£ The Original House of vlgjj 8TEWAHT, Edinburgh Founded 1779. ® -l\'; A STRAIGHT TIP lfa§l& i « DHiNK 3TEWAP.TS ! " k-y FIVE KULES FO1T0NE 1. Cultivate and pcifoct your ideas. I Experiment, The world is eager fvi I something ae'.v, whiels, ...
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
HEYFIELD MARKET. M&srs T. B. Little and Co report We held our usual monthly sale of fat stock ht Heyfield yfsterday, when we yarded 123 head of cattle and u couple of pens of sheep. Thero was a very fair attendance of butchers, and a very large proportion of the yarding was Bold at satiisfttCtory prices. Top price of the imultet was secured by_ Mr 01)an H. Monds, whose top cows made L10 G-i, uiheiH to L7 10-!, Mr K. Jennings'cows Huld to £10, Mr? S. Mills' pens of COWH L7 12.s to L7 14s, Mr W. Lawrence's to'LS 2H, Mr Jno M'Michaei'n 16 head j of heifers and cows to L8 (5h, making a good average, Mr J. 1". Wilson's 13 head of speyed cows L7 12a to L8 19h, 20 head for Mr John B.Jand, epnye&lt;i heifers to L7 19h, light bullocks to .£9 Is, Mr ilalph Clyne's cows £8 7s, Mr J. S. Boland's light cows £5 5s, Mr J. Rawlinga' heifers and cows to L8 15s, Mr Harry Chester's pens of heifers L6 14s to L7 7a, Mr F. Horatman's cows L7 5s to L7 8s, Mr S. Horatman's L7 5s, Mr M. J. B...
RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
RANDOM READINGS. (By Silas Suell). I was at the picnic on Easter Mon day, busting myself with tea and cuke, and sporting about amongst the chil dren, admiring their clean pinnies, rosy cheeks, and healthy appetites. When you are tired of the world gpt among a group of children when they are not fighting and squabbling, but playing, and you will be at once be guiled of all care. Children are the true interpreters of human nature; they have all the artlessness and inno cence, without the vice and affectation of grown up people. Now this is per fectly refreshing. How one longs again for the days when one sighed for picnics, and lay awake thinking of the number of tarts that would be eaten, untroubled by visions of dyspepsia. Grown up people try to eat genteely and fail in naturalness; a four year old girl will devour half a dozen tartB in rapid succession, bespatter her dress and face with jam, and roll her eyes enviously at the next nearest plate, and people will look on in admiration...
PANTOUM. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
PANTOUM. (By Alko Grant Ko3man, in "Th« Queen.") The cavalry clatter the roads along, . The roads of Surrey where autumn lingers ' . And throws, to the lilt of their march ing song Largesse of gold witli her slender fingers. Oh, roads of Surrey where autumn lin gers, You have seen these sons of a nation's pride, Largesse of gold, with her slender fin gers,' Our England has scattered them far and wide. I You have seen these sons of a nation's pride I In swift encounter and gallant ad ! vance, For England has scattered them far ! and wide, In the .fields of Flanders, the graves of France. In swift encounter and gallant advance For honor and freedom our horsemen ride, At the fields of Flanders, the graves of France Could tell ua how many a hero died. For honor and freedom our horsemen ride, And long, long hence you shall not forget To tell them how many a hero died, But never the cause that is England's yet. And long, long hence you shall not . forget, To throw, to the lilt of their ma...
EASTER MONDAY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
EASTER MONDAY PICNIC. The annual Easter Monday picnic was successfully carried out on the racecourse on Monday last. Shortly before five o'clock a sharp shower fell, which forced the large gathering to seek shelter in the luncheon shed and other accommodation available, but it would have taken a veritable deluge to damp the srdor of the young folk. Quite a lengthy programme of races was gone through, and Messrs Farvis, Young, and the secretary, T. Culleu had quite a busy time attending to the various events, while the winners of the contests were rendered happy by the bestowal of suitable prizes. That important department-the refresh ments-was attended to by Mrs Hus ton, Mrs Cullen, His Twenty man, Mi'h Greaves, Misses Whitelaw, Wickham, Williams, Greaves .and others, who were most attentive in supplying the many needs of ttie children, a»)d iu dispensing light refreshments to all and sundry, The following are the results of the principal events: Children's Races. Girls', 7 to 9-I. ...
A FEW WAR BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
A FEW WAR BREVITIES. When kings fall out, peasants fall in. 'In the list of casualties of the war, Truth occupies a conspicuous place. The real cause of the war : Half a dozen expanding empires and only one planet. The only mistake that Andy C^r iie^ie made in erecting his peace palace Wi.s in not huvin» it fortified. The only nations that did not have war thrust upon them, it appears, are those that are not at war. The "lights out" order still obtains in England, and the censors are doing their share to keep the country in the dark. Next year Europe will be back on the job luring toui iatH with the very latest styles in modern, up to date ruins. The German Emperor, who is per sonally directing his armieB, is now able to reach the battle front in almost any direction.
THE SLAV AND THE BRITON. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
THE SLAV AND THE BRITON. Mr. IT. G. ^Wells, the novelist, wlio has recently returned from a brief so journ in Russia, was much impressed by the fact that there is much physical resemblance between Englishmen and Russians. "So far as the looks of things go," he is reported to have said, "tho like ness surprises me. Russians certainly look more like Englishment than any other people I have been among. They not only look like Englishmen, but they move like Englishmen; they hold their hands and arms and sit in chairs like Englishmen, and their disposition in costume is English. "And the Russian women are Eng lish, too, with a kind of natural fresh ness and an inattention to smartness that contrast vividly with tho French or American women. They are far more English than the Americans in style, carriage, and intonation. You can tell whether people talking in tho next room are English or American, but aot whe ther they are English or Russian.''
HOW SUEZ CANAL BECAME RRITISH PROPERTY". [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
HOW SUEZ CANAL BECAME RRITISH PROPERTY". Very interesting is the story of the purchase by England of the Khedive's shares in the Suez Canal. It was Frederick Greenwood, the greatest journalist of his day, who inspired that deal, which meant an, increment of national capital equal to sixteen mil lion pounds, yielding a steady annual income exceeding one million. But Greenwood ^was never a penny the better. He had heard mentioned in casual conversation the intention of the Khedive to raise pocket money by selling out his shares in that great scheme, and immediately hurried off to the private residence of the Foreign Secretary (Lord Derby) to tell him of the rare chance. Derby informed the Prime Minister (Disraeli) "whose oriental mind glowed at the prospect of so stupendous a deal." Secret inquiry at Cairo disclosed the fact that the Khedive would sell for four million pounds sterling-but it iniisD be m'>npy down. The necessary consent of Par liament would have entailed delay and p...
FORMERLY THE ORGANISING CHAPLAIN TO THE BISHOP OF GRAFTON AND ARMIDALE. Writes this letter stating the great good received from Clements Tonic. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
FORMERLY THE ORGANISING CHAPLAIN TO THE BISHOP OF GRAFTON AND ARMIDALE. Writes this letter stating the great good received from Clements Tonic. CLEMENTS TONIC Lld. "Having for years uaod Clements Tonic, I bear testimony Co its value as a Household Friend. A friend induced me to try Clmn ents Tonic, and although sceptical an to its merit, I was so gratified with the result of itB use that I have never since I been without it. I found it a splendid medicine to requisite the system also u tonic bracing the nerves. Having de rived such great benefit, myself my de j aire was to aee others deiive good from so simple and perfect a remedy, conse quently I unhesitatingly recommended its use to scoses of people, many of whom I often see, and they cannot speak too highly of the blessing it has j 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...
HOW TO ESCAPE PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
HOW TO ESCAPE PNEUMONIA. We cannot hope to escape having the germs of pneumonia enter our bodies, because they are ubiquitous, being tho dust of the air wo breathe, those'who expectorate having placed them there. We can, however, lead the hygienic life, and in that way acquire and store up strength to resist the infection. Right living pays large dividends. Be tem perate in drink and food, sleep not less than eight hours in an extra well-ven tilated bedroom, but don't ride inside tramcars or steam cars when the air is foul. Ride outside an omnibus, walk, or don't go, if you cannot otherwise avoid breathing nasty air, which has already been down into the lungs of sometimes diseased-other people. There are several ways by which one can lower his resistance so that he may have pneumonia, but the prinicpal me thod is to breathe foul air. The fol lowing recipes will bring the disease for you whenever you want it:-Drink freely of stimulants,, many cups &lt;of coffee and of tea eve...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
RED CROSS SOCIETY. The following additional donations have been received by the Heyfk*ld branch of the Riid Or ss Society : Collected by Miss Ella Pearson-£1 16=» 6d. Additional monthly subscri bers-Messrs Colli.is, J. Fitzpatrick, Misses V. HuffY.r, D. Mills, Mo'ids, Williams. Sundry-F. Pearson 2/6. Collected by Miss Wright-£1 6s. Additional monthly subscribers-Dr Best, Mrs Maddison, Miss A. Harbsck, Messrs Gr. Hagg, W. Muston. Collected by Miss M. Greaves-L2 5/6. Additional monthly subscribers -Messrs A. Bolton, W. B. Scott, A. Scott, H. Tryhorn, R. Riddiford, 0. Bickers, A. Steinthal, C. Pallot, Mrs Colvillfl, Mrs O'Brien, Miss A. Clark, Mis3 A. Ross. Sundry-Mrs Speed 2s, Mr M. Hammond 5s, Jack Ken nedy 4s, Mrs F. Robertson Is, Miss M. Kennedy 2g 6d, Mr Dempster 5s, M. Greaves Is, Mrs B. J. Clarke Is. Collected by Miss Slattery-£1 3s, Sundry-Mrs Ross 10s, B. Clark Is, Mr Robertson Is, J. Flynn Is. Collected by Miss Dtivey-lis. Ad ditional monthly subscribers - Mrs William;!, Miss...
HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN Run it down to visitors. 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 ic. Dou'c invest. Show your distrust by refusing to lay out money in it. Then you will effectually damn your town and district.
DECAYED TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
DECAYED TEETH. Just what effect upon tho stomach is produced by the constant swallowing of bacteria and pus from diseased teeth mingled with decomposing particles of food, we are unable to determine, but it is reasonable to suppose that gastric disturbances are greatly aggravated, if not induced, by so doing. In every community there are those who "are en thusiasts on tho subject of pure air and wholesome food, but whose mouths are in such a neglected condition that the air which passes through them is al most as polluted as that of a crowded tenement, and every mouthful of food swallowed carries with it into the sto mach millions of bacteria. The almost entire futility of sterilising articles of diet for patients in whose mouths ab secsses exist, or whose teeth are cover ed with tartar mixed with mucus and food in a state of decomposition, need hardly be mentioned.
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPOHT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPOHT. Tenders for the construction of the Licola road from Mount Pleasant to Top Crossing bridge were not invited for the reason that Mr M'Cormack deemed it advisable to allow the coun cil to authorise the work. The plans have been leady for some weeks and they have been approved by the Country Roads Boar!. Tenders will be invited within 14 days of the coun cil decision. The road gang under Foreman Fly nil has completed the coating of the black soil at Blanket Hill and along the Medowra cuttings, and widened and eased some of the worst of the bends from the hill near Green's to Roth well's flat. The gang is now at work near Busin flit, Glenfalloch, taking off the dangerous bends in the road from Burgoyne's gap. Bain is much needed to finish a good work. The truss bridge at Gieeson'a, Glen rnaggie, should be screwed up. Some of the table drains on the road to Molphy's should be opened up to make the water run to the culverts. The road from the Seato...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 April 1915
Auctioneers. AUCTIONEERS, &lt;TOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN," Sale, Trwalgon,. Maffra, HiyMd, And 5 St. James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. STORE CATTLE WEDNESDAY. APRIL 14. MATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as nbove 200 Mixed Cattle, including all classes 500 Mixed Sheep PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE 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 EARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY, PURE STOCK SALESMEN, Trust Monies to lend, lowest rates Sworn valuations made Send particulars of your requirements. Pv O'CONNOR, I-Ieyfield, 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 arrangements can be m-.de either at the Arcade, or by ringing up...