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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
i rpH-T vV/hat:. GUrocritse Tonic f c4h» &lt;; d&lt;>;!n restoring* the, nerves to healthy' power and making the wealccncdi&ystcifrsrroAg. A letter in jaoint which is worth reading. No. frPosVOfTice Placei . S^utk.Mclb., 2/7/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., '* Your tonic is one of the quickest Jierye^]^; brain cures known. • I tried all kinds of doctors' medicines, and got • no'relicf,:£s ' I have from your tonic. ,1 .could ;jiot-stand anyone talking*-to me, or the noise of; the town traffic-' I1 lost Kfipetltc and weight. I was that ; weak at/times a child could push mc over, I had to give up. work. I lay. hour after hour awake, now I 9^n go to bed and almost sleep at once. My casQ.\yfis one of the. .worst I ever he&rd'ofi 1 thought I would never get well-. I can hardly believe the relief I have gpt from Clements TonicY 4 Nearly all those symptoms I told you .of have left me, and-two or three i! more bottles, will make mc strong; before this I was going t...
Meat Trade Inquiry. EVIDENCE AT ROCKHAMPTON. ROCKHAMPTON, (Q.). Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 1 August 1914
! ?> Mll>feWc& AT ^OCItH'AliWrON. (Q-V Thursday. ' My , StnvU; sitl lii^ as ;i Jioyai &lt;rf Vfijiiiuir}: -.into tho mw»t t r:uli\ My&'-fcv^umrc at liocUlianipton to '?it!• fdIWf-.''1TV> 1 Hjfi-infill a"&o'r of the Lalco's Creek (Vinpnny. was examined. Ho said null, no American firm liail any interest ilJ.lfcv uovUs..; Salt'tj Hail •l>c,Mi;ma&lt;le diu •' ijitfvlyi'f* ?U».'-,flo.ssrs -AriCmir aiul Co., oi'Cliiciiio, holl. in the United Kingdom and t'lt-e United; States. ; llis/firm-jiad 110 flt'Uqr, relations fwit li, •AriiHryi '.thaii' a eon travl to supply meat to them.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
Merw« Breakdown Mr. P. R. MILES, a well-known Interstate Traveller, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH AFTER ALL MEDI CLN.'.S FAILED HIM. MR. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONSIDERS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD, BECAUSE HE KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT, AND WHOM IT CURlD OF RHEUMATISM AFTER HE HAD BEEN CON SIDKRED INCURABLE. READ THIS LETTER-IT IS GOOD READING FOR 1 HOSE WHO DESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH. Ol-EKEKTS TONIC Commercial Travellers* Club. Moore Si., Sydney, 3/4/13, LTD., 44 For years I suffered from CHRONIC INDIGESTION and DEBILITY, j!'d. «5 mv profession is one involving very strenuous duties in the interests of one rj the largest international firms represented in Australia, at times I found it very jitikuli, on aceo nt of iH-health, to perform those duties, satisfa...
NOTICE TO RIFLEMEN SMYTHESDALE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
NOTICE TO RIFLEMEN SMYTHESDAIiU, Thursday. The news tJiat Great Britain iiiul ro solved to support franco a.nd Russia against, Germany was received with satis faction at Smythesdalo. Cant T. Dickflon, of tho Smythcsdale lvijlo Club, liiw re ceived notice to have 2o of (lie memboi'S ready for action in case of lieoessity. A met tin'' uf tile ladies of Sinythesdalo will bo held on Friday evening to dis cuss the question whether it would bo advisable to got ready a supply of wearing apparel suitable for soldiers in tho ewnt of Australians being called upon.
Sporting. FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
Sporting. FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. POSITION OF CLUBS. Games Played a Lost Total Points Linton 6 5 1 20 Beriunqa 7 4 3 1G Scarsdale 7 1 6 4 BERRINGA Y SOARSDALE. Berringa toeballera made the trip to Scarsdale on Saturday, followed by an army of supporters. The game was a willing one from start to finish, the home team leading the way nntil a few minutes before the final gong sounded, when Berringa, urged on by their supporters, were determined to do or die. They did not die, for when time was up the black and white fl.ig was flying to the top of the rcsi-rve gum trees, and victory ha"d been achieved by 3 goals -I behinds. E. M'Dulf was in | charge of the whistle. To-day's match is Scarsdale v. Linton. If Linton wins it is a fore gone conclusion that the Lintonians must win the premiership. Scars dale are going to give them a go for it.
SCHOOL BOYS' MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
SCHOOL BOYS' MATCH. A football match was played on the Rokewood Junction Racecourse on Saturday between Berringa and IUabarook and Rokewood Junction combined. This time the latter were victorious. The scores at the end of the final quarter stood : IUa barook and Rokewood Junction, 9 goals 7 behinds; Berringa, .'5 goals 1 behind. Goal-kickera for the win ners were R. Richards (i), Heinz, Rowe, M'Callnm, W, M'Ltnnan, and for Berringa H. Reilze (3). Best players for the victors were Bentick (2), M'Kay, M'LQnnan, Dawkins, Clinton, Heinzp; and for Berringa H. Reitzo was most prominent throughout. He was given good as istance by O'Donnell and Bray. The game waB umpired in a eatis factory way.
MATCH AT ROKEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
MATCH AT ROKEWOOD. The return football match be tween sides representing Wallinduc and Rokewood and Corindhap com bined was played on the Rokewood football ground on Saturday. Scores: Rokewood and Corindhap, 6 goals 9 behinds; Wallinduc, 5 goals G be hinds. The visitors were captained by P. Milne, and the local team by 6. Arnold. The goal-kickers for the winners wore A. Ross (3), N. Laid ler, J. Fleming, G. Evans; add for Wallinduc P. Milne (3), T. Craw ford, J. Roberts. W. Laidler um pired the game.
GEORGE IS MY [?]R ALL RIGHT? How F[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
GSSRgfSlf5 iESE&#£ :R'GHT7 ^issaes^ss;,^ Jege. nra^Mhoy^getW -With TSIrs. Fidget, ^«%*,to.ftvroncl ft theatrical perTorm&ice. >',11 * The rtreiF' were in"ti$e smoking room awaiting 'tlTOfi reapp&itance of Mrs. Fidget, whaywas.upsfeijrs. - "It is a remarkaWe fact," observed Fidget to liis_ oldi fnend, "that while it requires: something; over an hour for my wife to arrange her hair in order to go to the theatre, yet the first question thaUshe iuvaiably puts to me once we get there and she is seated and has removed her hat is, 'George, is my hair all right?' or 'Does it look a sight?' "Now, just you notice when we get to the theatre. I'll wager you any thing that she'll make use of one or the other of those expressions." The three arrived at the theatre a few minutes before the curtain was raised. Mrs. Fidget immediately re moved her hat, placed it on her lap, and when she started to fluff up her hair in front with her gloved hand, and opened her lips as if t...
WOMEN'S TIDINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
WOMEN'S TIDINESS. Women are certainly more accurate than men. Young girls are taught early in life that neatness in folding clothes and carefulness in putting away dolls and other toys are most necessary. Boys, on the other hand, are raely brought up on these lines: they are allowed to fling clothes and toys where they think fit, and their sisters are trained to pick up these things and put them in their right places.
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
CYCLING. For many years the racing motor car has held all the wold's fasteBt long distance speed records. The advance of the aeroplane is slowly but Barely now bettering motor re cords, that a few years back were thought snre to remain in the do main of motoring for many years to couie. The latest wonderful feat by an aeroplane is the performance of Lieutenant Grau, the Norwegian ex plorer who flew a distance of 320 miles across country in 250 minutes, which works out at an average speed of 85) miles per hour.
Tired Of it. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
Tired Of It. "Mr. Smithers," said his wife, "if X remember rightly, you have often said that you dislike to see a woman con stantly getting herself into print?" "I do," said Smithers positively. "You consider it unwomanly and in delicate, I believe?" "Very." "And you don't see how any man could allow his wife to do anything of the kind?" "Yes, I think so." "Well, Mr. Smithers, In view of all the facts in the case, I feel justified in asking you for a new silk dress." "A new silk dresB?" "Yes; for the last eight years 1 I have had nothing better than four | penny print, and I want something better. I'm tired of getting into print." Drugs often Injure the lining mem brane of the stomach, so that food is not assimilated, appetite is lessened, and there is wasting of the body. It Is always dangerous to drug one's self In order to reduce flesh, as a stout person has often a fatty heart, which Is susceptible to depression from the ictlrm of druzs
PREVENTION OF COLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
PREVENTION OF COLDS. Now is the time for colds and many | people resign themselves to the idea . that when because the winter comes | they must perforce suffer more or less from the troublesome cold in the head. But there is no need for it at all, and hundreds of men and wo men can go through a winter without a single cold. How do they do it? Simply by not shutting themselves up in rooms that are overheated and un der ventilated, by taking exercise re gularly every day, by wearing clothes suited to the weather, and by eating I sensible food, i ___ There has been obained from China the water chestnut, the tubers of which, when eaten raw or in stews, I are much liked by the native epicures, j They are also sliced and shredded for soups. In 1S50 only one woman worked for wages to every ten men; now the ra tion is one woman to four men. A tourist once happened to meet the usual "oldest inhabitant" of a village. In the course of conversa tion he asked the ancient how old lie was. "I be j...
Holds Out Well. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
Holds Out Well. At a club meeting held In a public house in a email village a discussion took place as to whether a hard or soft substance would last the longer. The debate continued for some time, until one man spoke up, and said: "Now, men, you are all mistaken, as I can easily prove. When me and my wife married she had as good a set of teeth as any woman could have; now she hasn't got one, and her ton gue is as good as ever." A Scotsman and a Yankee were ar guing as to who came of the finer race. Said the Yankee: "In New York we've the finest young men in the world." "No doot," replied the Scotsman; "a lot of our laddies 'a' been emigrat ing lately." The Yankee made a second attempt: "George Washington was no Scots man," he said, "and he couldn't tell a lie." "Ah!" said the other. "Every Scots man could, but won't!" There's a lot to be said for widows. A man who marries a widow knows what he is getting. When he mar ries a girl, the only thing he can be sure of is that he isn't ge...
DON'TS." [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
DON'TS." Don't use the eyes when they are tired or weak from illness. Don't face the light when reading or sewing. Don't neglect to bathe the eyes before retiring, so as to remove any dust that may have gathered on the lids during the day. Don't allow a cold, raw wind to strike the eyes. Don't try to get a cinder out of the eye by rubbing the injured orb; rub the other eye. Don't sleep too much or too little; too much sleep weakens the eyes, too litle fa tigues them. Don't wear your hair always in the same style; a change of method is beneficial to the hair, and to let it fall' losely about the shoulders is an excellent plan at times. Don't follow fashion Mindly in re gard to coiffure if you would have ar tistic proportions and bring out the best expressions of the face. Don't part the hair in the middle if you are round-faced and chubby; this only emphasises the disc-like appearance. Don't get into the habit (quite an easy one to fall into) of frowning. It causes the face to become...
It Is Sail. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
it is sail. That everybody is asking— ""What's the matter with Scarsdale?" jlave they done their dash for ever? That the Rokewood P.L.L. are laving a enchre party on the I4th inst. That the European war is eaxising ■sio end of excitement. So far the *ables give no very serious thought jfor alarm. That to-night's attraction ib the concert by the Ballarat Cfamp Fire &lt;Jompany. That the IUabarook Mechanics' ^committee are going to hold a pfc aiic race meeting on 28th December 5n aid of the Piano Fond. They lave the first leg-in for Xmaa fix lares. That Jack M'Innerny played » .yreat game for Scarsdale on Satnr ■day. He managed to get one kick during the match.
PARENTS WHO KEEP YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
PARENTS WHO KEEP YOUNG. Parents sometimes have one idea which they found good in their youth, and despite passing years and changes in manners and circumstances they will try to enforce their views always upon their children, even when these are grown up. Nothing keeps par ents so young as keeping pace with the new thoughts and ideas that come with every new generation, and they will increase their children's love and respect by allowing them to hold opin ions worth considering.
SMYTHESDALE. DRUM AND FIFE BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 8 August 1914
SMYTIIESDALE. drum and fife band. The adjourned monthly meeting -was held in the bandrootn on Thurs day evening. Present: Messrs » JDoatcs (4), Donald (3), Baddeley (2), Dickson (2), and Howard. Drum !Major Bert Coates wis in the chair. Owing to the serious illness of the bandmaster, the band was in recesa for nearly G weeks, and no receipts ^vere to hand. Mr Frederick Bad dely was duly elected a member of the band. One member was struck off the roll for non-attendance, and four members resigned owing to Jheir removal to Melbourne. New officers elected >vere :—Lance-Ser geant Les. Howard was promoted to the rank of Cj 1 o« r- SergeaTrtand James Dickson was elected Lance Sergeant, and Bert Coates was elec ted Drum-Major, which rank he has iilled for some time on probation. All present were pleased to see their bandmaster oncemoreamongst them, and hoped he would soon regain his «ormal strength. The roll-call and a Tote of thanks to the chair cloBed the proceedings. SOUSE DESTROYED ...