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CATHOLIC FEDERATION AIMS AND OBJECT'S EXPLAINED. THE EDUCATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

CATHOLIC FEDERATION AIMS AND OBJECT'S EXPLAINED. ' 1'flE EDUCATION QUESTION. There was a large gathering at St. Bridget's Church, Bernnga, lost evening. to hear an address by Mr Jas. M. Koutson, a vice-president.of the Bal hi'at District Council. Mr ltoutsou said that owing to the rapid progress* made by the Federation fhrougnout tlio State of Victoria, it was found uecessary to form district councils in the largo centres. The Ballarat District l/ouncil was formed some time ago, of which lu» had the honor to be elected viceprcsi dent. He had been _ requested by tin* council to visit iierriiitfa, anil he 'vajjf highly plciusnil to see such a iarge num ber present. The object of his visit was to lay before the meeting the .urns ami objects of tho Federation. 'I hey ueror all aware that the Catholic I;eJerutioi» was inaugurated in Victoria a little °*er two years ago, and it had grown witli remarkable rapidity. But before touch ing ou the aims of tlu Fcderatiou here, it would be desira...

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE "Berringa Herald" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1914. ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

THE f^Berrinffa Herald" I .» Hl.tKHBD eVKkY SATURDAY MORNING tSMlsfarefl »t the General Poet Office . Melbourne, fortratwmiRsion "by poet as I » Weirsp»Fter.l ! SA:TtttlDAir, A.TTGtJST 1,'1914. . '. AlftjpTERSARY. The anniversary oftho Borringa Pron byterian Church will be celebrated' to morrow, when Rev. A, J. Moore, of Scots Church, Ballarat, will occupy the pulpit at the afternoon and evening services. On the Saturday following the pro gramme for the .annual concert will be given by the Ballarat Camp Fire Conoert Company. THROWlf>ROM BUGGY. General regret was expressed when it became known that Mr Archie Lawson, of Werneth, had met with a serious acci dent. He and his son Harold had' been up to his Mt. Mercer property, and on the road home through the long gully the brake gave way on a very steep hill, and the horse got out of control. Mr Lawson was thrown out and had his collar-bone and two.ribs broken. He was taken to Jolly's hotel, Corindhap, and is being' at tended by Drs ...

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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One Thing Needful. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

One Thing Needful. lie was ill, or at least said that he was, and the other day he entered the oflice of a well-known physician and sank into a leather-covered arm chair in the ante-room waiting hia turn on the list. At last it came, and the doctor ex amined his tongue critically, felt his pulse, inquired as to the symptoms o£ his illness, and then looked wise. Taking a pad from the table, he wrote a prescription, calling tor bread pills, and distilled water, or some thing of that sort. Then, turning in his chair, the pi ysician said: "1 cannot see that anything seri ous is the matter with you. What you need is plenty of air " The patient smiled a broad, bland smile, but said nothing. "Take this prescription regularly every night; but above all things get plenty of air. Good, wholesome, outdoor atmosphere, that is what you need more than anything else." "Ha, ha, ha! I need air, do I?" shouted the man. "Well, that is funny." "Why, what do you mean?" inquired the doctor. ".Mean? Why, ...

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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A New Dish. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

A New Dish. | A Tow weeks ago visitors called un | expectedly n a certain family, great ly to the cliagrin of the good house wife, for the larder was rather short, aiul there was no way, at that late hour, to replenish it. "Bridget, said the mistress, taking the servant-girl into her confidence, "you will have to bring everything that you can find, and I will make an apology at the table." "All right, mum," was the reassur ing response of Bridget. "Yez can just lave it to me." The dinner-hour came, and, taking the cover from one dish, the mistress was surprised to find it empty. "Why, Bridget," said the hostess, turning and addressing the servant girl, "what is the meaning of this empty dish?" "Shure, mum," was the stratling re joinder of Bridget, "didn't yez say yez would make an apology at the table, an'- don't yez want a dish to put it on.'"

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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Logical Reasoning. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

Logical Reasoning. Jones (to tradesman): How is it you haven't requested me to pay your account? Tradesman: Oh, I never ask a gen tleman. for . oney! Jones: Then how do you get on if he does not pay? Tradesman: Why, after a certain time' I conclude he's not a gentleman, and then I ask him!

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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CHARACTER TOLD BY THE NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

CHARACTER TOLD BY THE NOSE. Jtis.afi, ancient belief that the nose indicates'ancestry. We speak about the' arisiochitic nose with its high bridge'aild' the plebeian nose of the toiler. Certainly, in a great many cases,,,TftCe can be distinguished by the Hose.,,,.The Hebrew could hardly be^i confused' with the typical negro nose. 'Tlie highly-arched nose is sup posed to' indicate tendency to rule, and the flattened nose shows servil ity. There are several classes of noses, if we are to take the word of physi ogno* ists. The Roman nose indicates executive ability. Its owner is the aggressive person, the conqueror. Portraits show that the ancient war ri rs had this type of nose. The Ro mans were trained especially for deeds ot valor. The modern owner of such a nose will achieve success, be a leader, perhaps not in a battle for blood, but in business or profes sional life. The woman with this n se may btain social leadership if s chooses that rather than some other line of achievement. ...

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KITCHEN WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

kitchen wrinkles/, ' A :pincli, .of salt added to mustard, helps ,to ' prevent it from drying 'or To - malic the gas burn brightly a little salt! shbuld be sprinkled over the top of the mantle. This should bo done when the gas is burning. If your oven will not brown your pastry, or c'akes as well as you would like, put the' cakes or tarts on the up pcrltray, and tllrowa little sugar on the'floor of. the oven. ' Always put a cauliflower in plain water.-so as to draw out any insects —if;8.alt.is .placed in the water it kills the 'ihsiSctsand they are left in the vegetable. Cc/nimon 'baking powder is one of the^bestl Veijiedies for the removal of warts, and; corns. Bind on1 wet, and moi^tefi .with soda several times a day". ' .Xne, warts and corns will quick ly dfedp'penr.,1' To turn a' 'jelly out of a.jnold with out>;l)renki»& it, try rubbing a very little of the best olive oil on the shape before) '•pouring in the jelly. If you do tins you will never have another broken ij...

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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HARRY OAKLEY'S PROMISE I. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

HARRY OAKLEY'S PROMISE By James A. Gartell. I. "Harry, she is coming, after all— will be here about six months," said Silas N. Oakley to his son, looking up from the letter he was reading. "You'll be able to see her for yourself then." • . "Oh!" responded the boy, laconical ly. "You'll not be so indifferent then," said the father. "You'll be madly in love with her before she's been hero a week." Harry shrugged his shoulders in contempt. "It's time we understood each oth er thoroughly, dad," he said. "I'm not going to be rushed into a ready made marriage just to fall in with the sentimental wishes of a couple of dear old men." Silas N. Oakley set his lips. He did not like opposition. It roused the worst side of his nature. He had, in earlier yeafs, fought his way up wards step by step, conquering by ^-fheer force of will and «ndoavor, un • til to-day hisfword w'as accepted as law, not only in his mills and home, but also very largely on the woollen market. It was in the morning-room ...

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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Sporting FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. ' • • -POSITION OF CLUBS. c o S ■+» a • •• ,2- te J £<5 ■ OP-i ^ -- linos' • •' ,, 6 ' 5'4: 1 - 20 ^ERUtiraA '.'. 6 --3 _3 .12 .ScAftstyALE • ,6.'- -;: r ■ *5 '■ ■' 4''. , ' BKRRINGA VmLIN'XON. Linton scored a decisive -tictory •over- Berringa' On Satta.rda^'.VSftei' noon, when a,' very exciting ,i.match. took place on. ibe.ground jof the for ,ix»eV».v Beautiful sunny weatlier:fa\'-: ored the game and there-was a good crowd of sper'lators;-; T&fcAvm gives Liiiton a substantial lead,, and k-s 'sefas tW excitement for,the premier ship. The viators seemed to be somewhat asleep until the last quar 'fer, when they put up a splendid ;finish,- but the dash came too late asrt.he game was mostly one-sided until thenj thoir-opponents gaining, a big lead. • Linton was captained by Sandow and Bei'ringa by Hayes1' From the bounce of the ball the play ; jjyi^iinj^hp homo, team's favor..'.until, th'e Vast quarter, when a transference ^.c^n-.ed.. R....

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

Loud rolls tho drum, with a rumm-t'um tum. Tho bugles blare, but our boy's not tlierc; Ho is .homo in bed . ■ ;. ; ; V . Witli an aching'head. Ho did not parado • (By tho ".flu- delayed)— Big iriutet'efs assure With "Woods' Peppermint ,Curo. Rulo 54, vdi.C. PIC-NIC RACE MEETING Will bo held at the Rokcwood Racecourse ".SATURDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 1014, Under auspices of Rokcwood and Corind liap Race C!u!>. Proceeds in aid of ,Rolvu'w<upd Mechanics' Institute, OijScqrsp". I-,. • President—C..W.-,SHunbrookj Es(i.' ' Vicc-piesidents—Messrs E.| -RussCll ' and Bollir*---:l; i Tiua^urv,i;s-'jMR»sr«i Mftridfe'^ThoiliH^rand '' . 'j ... F;. Westrfilliji.'- !'• ; ; 1 ' judge—E.' RuiSfctI, Ks<ir"" ' ,1 >iV •. '" '■ Tinw-i««8i5'J!#rffKEowe: \ - Clerk of Scales—Mr F. Woptriem,' ■> i! Jblly. StowafdB — • J: MiOaVthy, W. Al corn, ' C. W.ilding, W. Chatham, W. Laidler senr^iDi , H. . Gjbson; and Allen Noble.' ' " Secretary—Mr, jug. Berry. ; ^ -tH/ -• ■ I ■ Pfoghuiinie s-j*...

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VIEWS OF McTOSH. ON MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

VIEWS OF McTOSH. ON MUSIC. By Arnold Golsworthy. "Ye're no lukin' sae weel the nicht, laird," said Sandy, as he came into the parlor. I "Ye wadna Ink sae wcel yoursol', Sandy Macphairson, gin ye had been sittin' here for ihe last twa oors list en in' to a puir daft wumman next door playin' the piano and screechia' at the top o' her voice for her ain amuse ment." "Maybe it's because ye hae no ear for music, laird," explained Sandy. "I'm no for contradic;in' ye," re plied McTcsh. "Vurra likely I hae no ear for music, but that's no a reason fol- inllictin' it on me. Ye'll lneetmen i' the toon that hue no tas'o for art, but wo dinna drag them by the neck to ihe nearest gallery and mak' them study the pikters. 'There isna one man in twenty that kens mucklo aboot art, but we dinna stand ower the ither nineteen and ca' them heathen folk and a' that. But gin ye dinna care aboot music, the puir bodies wi' pianos and sic wull hand ye little better than a creerni nal. And I'll tell ye why, San...

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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SUNSHINE AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

SUNSHINE AT HOME. Something I own that wealth cannot buy, And not offered for sale on the mart; Something for which the great often sigh .With an unhidden void in the heart; Something possessed by one little spot In a corner I know on earth's loam, Waiting for me in a neat, cosy cot, 'Tis a sweet, loving smile In my home. When all the world is dreary and cold, And the clouds darkly hang o'er the way; Friendship and honor purchased with gold, And a world seems, to win to be tray; Still one fond thought thro' shadows will shine, As I back to that humble cot roam, Feeling as rich as a wealth-laden mine, . With a sweet, loving smile In my •home. When that bright scene shall vanish and fade ' Into visions of heaven beyond— And earth grow dim in death's misty shade, With the , forms so loving and fond— Yet will remain for ever in mind, "hough afar in the-heaven's broad dome, • - T" e sweet, happy face, loving and kind, With the smile that awaits me at home. Mr. id-weet: Do you find it eco...

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III. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

III. That week-end Silas N- Oakley was at Derbyshire hydro. He did not reach his office until Holiday after noon. Harry had gone to Bradford to conduct the business there in liis father's stead. Silas found awaiting him the request from the girls to re ceive the deputation that afternoon, headed by Jessica. He sent for Tim son, so as to get to the bottom of the affair. Silas had been only mildly interested in the case o£ the new girl when Harry had, one morning, mentioned the peculiar circumstances. But he was keenly alive to her pres ence now. She seemed to have be come a sort of agitator. When Timson arrived he vented all his spleen in his denunciation of Jes sica. She should be discharged at once, he suggested. Then, lowering his voice almost to a whisper, he said: "I think it'd be th' best tiling fer Master Harry, too, sir, if she were sacked." "AVhat do you mean?" thundered Silas. , . "She's set her cap at him, sir. 1 saw them on th' links o' Set day afternoon, sir." , "That wi...

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II. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

II. How the Fates must laugh at the plans of we poor ignorant mortals! For a week or two Silas N. Oakley ami Ills son enjoyed a closer intimacy than they had ever before experienced. The frank talk about May Stanley had broken down most of the reserve which had served to keep father and son apart. The old man was happy in the thought that his lifelong desire seemed certain to be realised, and Harry had been influenced more than he cared to admit to himself by the simple directness of, the letter his father had allowed him to read. He was actually longing for the girl's ar rival. Then the malignant Fate in-1 terfered. j Harry had been most carefully train-1 ed in the manufacture of woollens, | and had for some time been in full control of his father's extensive mills,, while Silas had more and more given his attention to' buying and selling in i Bradford. j One Monday morning there was an | unusual application for employment at the Woollerton Mills. A very attrac- j tive, rosy-cheeke...

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BALLARAT PIG MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

/BM^AKAT J'lG MAItlCKT. ■./ Wcdnofday. v'oglilan,. Jio;ii;o, ami vLr>. report: — A };<hh1 va'iding came forward for (o-<Iii,v's market,, eonori^ing principally .knconejfs, Tl1ry'f6\v porKors an<l stores b(;in;j'pennod, but a fair number iif young, l>igs auno to liund. Baconersi: .A (Vt)i-y' nice yard ing peniftMj''ami' V^m/>et!tion was verv, kcoji, ,and,.priet>s liiyi'doned mi lost w«{Vs •high'- nitre. - Host pens, .£4/lQ/ to .£4/12/ to .£1/15/ to .£4/1 (i/, at which! prices wo sold for 1G vendors in pens of 2 to 8 head; extra, ..£1/16/6, Mr Clohesy, Jtolwur rali; .£4/17/ for II. C. Boatniivn, !Cv&w lands, 3 lioad; 8 for Mr J. Walsh,: TJlir reuo, averaging .£4/17/31 whilst top of ,tlio mai'lMt' ivas JH/17/6 for Mr J. Toohey, Bol w'nrhiti. Good' pens, .£1 to .£4/5/ to Xi 10/; others from .£3/10/ (o .£3/15/ to .£3 19/: half-fats, .£3 to .£3/8/; forward storx^, .£2/10/ to .£2/15/, others from JC2 to J22' SI. I'orkers: Best, .£2/10/ t...

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A. E. TROTT LEAVES HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

A.'.fcV.XKUTT LHAViiS UOSPITAl,. .A.* 1ft r-Cixrtt, ,'Hic. tvcljplnidwji Anglo-Ait* firn 1 feii) Vvk'k-V.*ty1 •» w.a© la>i: week re t)o.rb(l to bo ill in St, Mary's. JJotfpjky. l»n<lon, Inis jiow\ stif fickMiUy iVcpy.oi'i-d to "be removed .from, that iijsJ.'ilwtoto;

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BALLARAT POULTRY MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

ti.VT.i-iAit'AT V,mjI/nK'!MAttKET. Thutsmiv. T..JrLin^rsssand 'Co.* lfcjrfort.—'.Vv.itood supply penned, arid priccs firm-toi' prime lols; poor, dull; Tunu'ys: IVimo gpMjlors ■ mid hens made ,EJd per H>; i medium, from, 'GJd to 7!<I; primo roosters, to 6/10; 'me dium, 3/G to 1/9 per pair; best heiis to 6/8; medium/ 3/ .to 1/6; inferior lajver; forward pit(let,s% 4/ to S/j small lots from 2/6 per pair; prime ducks, 4/6; medium, liurinei'S, H/f; .gccsp, 5/; ferrot6, 12/; canaries, .1/; i>igcons, 1/3 to 1/6. '

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BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

ballabAI*•wuoEesale produce MAUlvET. . . . . .TJic .'d^lotiltioiis iil'i!:—'Wheat, 3/10 to 4/ for prime milling- Outs: FAir fowl,. 2/4 . tq,,2/.r) i for hoary . feed. Peas, 5/G. 'Bar W;'T?imV; 3/3; to 3/6; fkir 'to Kbb.(J,; .2'/a to 31; Capo, 2hi. Flour, JiO. 13rail. .£5 10/. Pollai*I;'-:.£S/i&/. Potatoes, ,£3/5/ to .£•1/5/. Hay: lieft cliatlhiL', . >£3; to J!3 2/5, manger, .£3/5/ to JC3/7/G. Straw, 30/ to 35/.-.1W .;•••■ '

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Victorian Potatoes. TRADE WITH WEST AUSTRALIA. INSPECTION FEES REDUCED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

Vtotorian ' Poiatoes TRADE WITH WEST AUSTRAL [A. 'iKsi>fe$ntiN I)U(JED. I-''-! '(MtPfS^Oti^'tiA'hnrsday. uVt ll>£- M'oifq of, J.1W «r£tl|ia*|»r the Legi*-* 1 a H v e t A ssA 111> lvj to-< 1 ilv-1,'r [her i iKl>el" -lot' A(jrkmtt«toc,rhflc*riHr':{b-*jtfi&7q1ii«8U«»hi of ^bo. joxixij'j; fifi'V'idtoi'Hin ptttfttoesj to Wes tern jlikii' linjcl.oU!iVwR!(hVjiiip6rtiint ,tinIiv'uiiufimi^ulv lie.'&tfti'.<tiliif"'for sortio VeeKs'.iielluid been, in. conjunction with other Eastern St,utes,,..n<'rati;ii(ing with ,Hit* C!<Mt>rWment [ Australia ;wij,li h ivli'w of 1 tffi'u 'mWlct^on ~pft the. in. .«l)^-li«ii:;i!liiiiigr«»'ii|)o»i'-*'W)laIh!»<:'ini])orteil .into )iIrfU (jtfate. '/('o-A!ny;!iU>iih/iil 'received ■a (;yuii(!ii Vi'Ylillivj* frlijn .''iMviiHiiu'slcj;t .of 'A stricuVt ym ,'i > V Mattorn- AivWlVah: r; In which thn't the Western ! Austra lian Government had agroiv! to', itqducc the iuspeetioJi fee...

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Peer's Son and Hei[?] SEPARATION ARRANGED. LIBEL SUIT INSTITUTED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914

M ..SEPARATION A Kit ANGER). \j' ,.,i; JjTUlllj SUIT lNSTIT;UTKi). ■ ■ i"..! 1 . ■■ T^Nhoii. Tu«*Liv. »»!fWio UoluMoUh I'Tcefnan-Mitford, it son oi' Lord -Kedeadalo, applied in tUotLomlou [ eourU londuy for criminal information ; a&ainst M v Do Wendc Fenton, editor of | t!r<T '4Sp"Oi'ting Times/'., for alleged Jibol , iit hiiii' (iNlitforil) with a grave -oflfemHS tvlrtofi- had resulted in separation from his wJitU'L.'/Thiv •livtior, in. an affec tionate loiter to Lady Kodesdale, gave no re;usan fov WaA>iii£ luv^ husband. m r Km* • ^uaii-^lfllWn, fn'an :lfndiiyitt'said that ho was nifVabftr'to account Mtor*. hia wifo's 's^/ngt'vv(c{. • :M TJio Chief Justioo,' Sir "Hufus Isaacs.1 ntfuHed-l;fch{^ apiMeiitttm, 'which ho said to tho&c occupying pub lic i)^ XIohon^iHU'lod-thai: private jvrsaiitV liowcvor Jjravo iho libel, should not resort., ty criminal infoi illation. [The jfiAih.- ,F. Fi^mia'n-Jdiiford married in .la-unary last the only dangler of Tlerr IV...

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