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COWWARR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 April 1915
COWWARR RACES. The following are the weights in con nection with the Patriotic Race Meet ing to be held on Saturday : MAIDEN HACK RACE. st. lb. st. lb, La Coil ... 12 0 Clias ... 11 0 Cloudland 11 5 Newhavenll 0 PONY RAC£. Balshire ... 13 0 Skidoo 10 Flossie ... 12 7 Vera ... 10 5 Oonnemara 11 10 Telltale 10 0 Cheeky ... 11 0 Shamrock 10 0 BELGIAN COP. Julia B . . 12 7 Galtee y Pella ... 12 2 More 10 Debut ... 11 0 Galfaro 10 White Star 10 12 Benita 10 Jether ... 10 5 Vandora 10 0 Mainstich 10 0 PINE GROVE HANDICAP. Galafaro ... 10 11 Sash ... 10 Prince Havoc 10 8 Sedrona 10 0 Muff Toy 10 8 Cliss 10 0 NOVELTY PONY RACE. Cider ... 10 5 Shamrock 7 Flossie ... 10 0 Honest Tom 7 Cheeky ... 9 0 Daphne 7 Flambeau 8 9 Tiny ... 7 Skidoo ... 8 0 Warrego 7 SparkingPlug8 (J*" Sunbeam 7 Bo Peep 7 11 The Sign 7 7 9 Jimmy 7 7 Watts 7 7 7 Tell Tale 7 Vera Tar well a Petrol Tommv 7 2 Weak Heart 7 0 FLYING HANDICAP. Pella ... 12 6 Prince Debut ... 11 3 . Havoc] 10 White Star 11 3 Vandora 10 Menkawar...
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 April 1915
THE WAR. (By Silas Snell). It came to pass in those days the prophecies that had not been made .were not fulfilled. In the North many mighty nations were at wai1, and the sound of the combat reached even unto the South, ao that the people were sore stricken ?with doubt and fear. This was in the reign of George the King. And the people of Australia sent many valiant men to fight the enemies, of the King, for they said that per adventure God would uphold the right, and it seemed gond to fight for the land of their nativity and the habitation of peace. For the people said, Here be 110 walled cities, yet every city and every town is a city of refuge, where the laborer goes forth in the morning to iiis labor aud returneth at the evening hour in peace. And between the cities and towns .were the corn lands and pasture lan'lu. where dwelt the husbandmen in habi tations of their own, and when the war began, the wise men gathered together at the fences and the market places, and spake one to ...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
MELBOURNE LETTER (from our Special Correspondent.) Some attention is bomg bestowed upon the "stay-at-homes"-those lusty fellows who are in every way fitted to be at liroadiuoadows or in Egypt, but who are on the block, in billiard rooms, on golf-links, or other places of amusement. The unfairness of things which permits those coHScien'eo less shirkers to remain in lull enjoy ment of all that makes life easy, while their fellows who have a higher concep tion of their duty to their country, are enduring the hardships and dangers of military sorvice, .makes one wish for some system which would compel nil who are fitted to take their part in bearing tho burden imposed by the world-calamity to do so. The plaint is raised on behalf of the shirkers that many of them have not been able to get through owing to bad teeth, or some, such physical defect. But a question which might be put very per tinently to these is why they are_not trying to render themselves lit for home defence by joining s...
THE MASTER PASSION CHAPTER XLIX. PASSION AND DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
--the MASTER PASSION (By Lillian Elloitou;. (JHAJL'TKK AliiX. FASfciOxN AND DEATH. Oppressive as Clio night was &lt;11 the pretty little villa on tlio banks of the Thames, it was doubly so in St. John s Wood, and Ida i'elt as if she could scarcely breathe as she lay on the sota in her boudoir. During the past few weeks she had been through so much jxcitement, that it was relief to lie still and think, but her thoughts were vuguo and troubled. If her husband were teally going to turn over a new leal, and pour out on her the whole lloujl of his tenderness, instead of wasting it in small wavelets of passing feeling 011 pretty women he came across, what could she give liim in return? Sup posing that she was able by prayer and steadfast resolution to cast out the image- of that other man, who only a lew days ago, was kneeling by her side with the old devotion in his eyes; sup posing that she could do this-would Duval be content with an empty heart. eold as an extinct volcano She ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
Wm. Morgan & Co. 250-6 SWANSTOX STREET, MELBOURNE Telephone, 1006. Established -10 Years. AT AXUFACTURl-.RS of Tents, A . Tarpaulins, Kirk Covers. Fl;tgs, fie. Also all of (Ik: above ran be on Hire. V'erniul;ili jiihI Win .lown Blinds. Importers of Canvas, Di:I!c. Twine. Blintiny, etc. Ren per .u.d 13ii:dcr Shorts. COUNTRY ORDERS HAVE SPECIAL ATTENTION So»d 9d in rtampi for a ktija Fw« trial battle of th« lifi-jpriBg VitadaKo H itteeeed* where doctor* fail. It toon cures Brifht'* Diseasa, Hytadid*, Liver Trouble*, De bility, Chronic Indifention, In .omnia, and innumerable otbar ailment*. GET AO VJCEj (FREE) from S. A. PALMER 449 FlhwUr* L*a«, Mclkonni*. Vie. AS Stmt M ud 5/6 P*1., SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECKS POULTICE. C«s Care TUBERCULAR JOINTS, FOISONED SORES, ABSCESSES, BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAB, WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS. AND BAD LEGS. All Chemist®-1/0 and 3/8. Jumberland' Road, Paseoe Valu, (N«ar Cobori). Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age, BOL8 GIN WIS ANB VEST WHOLESOME...
GOOD EATING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
GOOD EATING. Talking about a shortage of food at one period during Jlis J:ist expedition, Sir Ernest Shaekleton tells an amus ing story of'one of his companions. On his return to England Jlis bootmaker met him, and asked "How did you find thostf boots I made for you ?" "Jiest l over tasted!" was tlio prompt reply. A dignified bishop while passing along a London street heard three vege table haw kers engaged in a rather blas phemous argument. Intending to ro iiuke tlieni, he said to oho of the of fenders"My good man, where did you learn to swear like that?" "Lord luv yer, guv'nor!" replied the brawny coster, clapping him genially on thi> shoulder, "yo can't learn it, it's a gift!" She: .Did you have a pleasant even ing at Gayboy's? He: Glorious.. She: What did you do? He; That's just like a woman. How could it have been a glorious time if I could remember anything wo did?
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat Cattle-3380 yarded. Prime quality bullocks ruled fully 201 better, with cows from 15s to 20i in advance of last week's high rates. , Prime pens bullocks £18 to LI 9 15.-«, extra to £21, odd beasts to L28 10s, good £15 to £17 10*, light and handy L14 to L15 10', Reconds from L6. Prime pens cows L12 10s to £14 lO.s, extra to L15, odd beasts L18 15s, good L9 to LI 1 10-', othpi'H from L5 Fat Calves : 1230 penned, prices for prime very firm, others about same. Mathieson and Davis Hold 500 fat cattle and calves including 22 bullocks Man.son, Newiy, to L19 1 Orf, averaging £19 3a «M. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Curs, i/6.
HEYFIELD POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
HEYFIELD POLICE COURT. Thursday-Before Messrs. J. H. Pearson and A. Warren, J's.P. THEFT BY GERMAN. William Baade, a German, was brought up at the Heyfield Police Court on Thursday last on the charge of feloniously stealing the sum of £9, the property of George Burton. Superintendent Fowler pro secuted. George Burton, labourer, in the employ of Mrs. Allman Seaton, said that he knew accused as Wm. Baade and Wm. Brink. They had been camped together for about 5 weeks, up to the 15th April. On 7th April he had £9, one five and four £1 notes. Before "the 7th he showed, the money to accused, who was sleeping in the .same room, and knew where he kept the money. lie was positive he had the money on the 7th. Told the accused when he came back from Traralgon that he had lost the money, and accused said he hoped he would find it. He reported his loss to the police, and believed at that time that "another fellow" ..had taken it. Baade did not 'tell witness he was going to Traralgon. Did not thi...
The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
'f|if JWt# llqali PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Speaking at the half-yearly meeting of the Heydeld butter factory company on Tuesday, Mr A. W. Wilson, mana ger of the Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Co., said that after about the middle of June next they did not know where they would get the; butter to supply the people. His com 1 pauy had to do what it bad never done before, that was bring a shipment of | their butter back from Lmdon to sup ply the local demand. The butter sup ply was going to be a very serious problem. He had been rather inter ested in their discussion on the manage ment of the local factory, and although the merits of the various points were for the shareholders themselves to de cide, he would like to Kay that his com pany had had very great satisfaction in marketing the Heyfield product. It was sought after by Melbourne buyers, and their trouble Was they could not get enough &lt; f it. In many years they got a premium over top prices. They...
CQWWARR PATRIOTIC RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. RECEIPTS—£130. OFFICIALS— [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
' CQWWARR PATRIOTIC RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. RECEIPTS-£130. OFFICIALS President-Cr D. Morgan, J.P. Vice-Presidents-Messrs W. : J. and G. T. O'Brien. Patrons-Hons. Win Pearson and E. J. Crooke, M's.L.C., Messrs Geo H. Wise, M.H.R., S. Barnes and J. W. M'Lachlan, M's.L.A., Crs. W. Henderson, G. M. Davis, and John Mills. . Judge-A. F. Rice. Starter-H. Saunders. Handicapper-J. Shorten. Timekeeper-T. M. Linton. " Clerk of Scales-E. Hawes. Clerk of Course-M. Woodhouse. Measurer of Ponies-P. Dunbar. Hon. Medical Officers-Drs. Best and T. A. M'Lean. Stewards - W. Henderson, P. Garvey, P. Sullivan, C. Holm, G. Harkin, T. Morgan, W. J. Andrews and G. T. O'Brien. Tiie race meeting organised by the residents of Cowwarr, in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund, was carried to a successful issue on Saturday last. The day was perfect for outdoor sport, con sequently the attendance was large, and fully representative of the sur rounding districts. A large amount of work hud been done on the course, t...
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Dr Best, treasurer, acknowledges re ceipt of the following amounts to -the above fund : Previously acknowledged £103 2 9 Mr M'lvor (2/6 week) 5 0 Dt Best (2/6 week) ... 5 0 Mr M. Davis (5a week) 10 0 Mr Buchanan (]/ week) 4 0 Mr Henderson (1/ week) 4 0 Mr Justice (monthly) 5 0 £104 15 9
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
,i£S2El JhaCZilES'flsfl ARCABS, You are invited to walk through our New Arcade and inspect our Great D.isplay of New Goods. Re member, we have just completed our New and Up-to-date Premises, where we are able to show you our Fine Stock of Glassware, E.P". Ware, Post Cards, Chinaware, Watches, Photo Frames, Pipes, Wallets, .Crockery, Leather Goods, Autograph Stationery, Xmas Goods, Tobacco Pouches, Copper Jardineres, etc., etc. A VISIT or a POST ORDER Wi ll be Esteemed. BEEGH'SABCADE NEXT SHIRE HALL, MAFFRA. Busines Noticess how.does Why not support your local Chemist by purchasing Patent Medicines, Toilet Requisites, and Children's Foods from him, instead of from the storekeeper, when the prices are the same. It is the Chemist's business to supply these specialities, and by supporting him you are keeping a qualified man in your town, who may be a great convenience should illness occur in your home. Such an emergency is worth considering. Before pur chasing elsewhere remember that A....
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
HEY FIELD MARKET. Messrs T. B. Little and Co report We had a highly successful sale at Heyfield yesterday, when 141 head of mostly good to extra prime cattle and several pens of sheep were forward. There was a splendid attendance of butchers, including a Melbourne buyer, who secured over 40 head. The whole yarding, with the exception of a few lots hardly good enough for the trade, was cleared at priceR much in advance of previous sales. Top price of the day was secured by Mr Lachlan M'Lachlan, Tinamba, with a pen of beautiful cows, which realised £16 per head, and were bought by Mr C. Colquhuon, butcher, Drouin. Another pen for the same owner made L10 7s 6d, and odd beasts made to L10 14s 6 i. Miss M. Stewart secured £14 15s for a splendid cow. Other sales were: Mr J. T. Wilspn's pt*nB of cows to L10 10n, Mr E. Jen nings' cows to Lll 5d, Mr J, S. Boland's do to £8 12s 6d. Mr Jno Boland's steers at £9 4h, Mr Ralph dyne's cows at £10, Mr P. Itiggins' pens of cowh L3 to L10 17s 6d, 26 ...
TURF TOPICS. (Written for Heyfield "Herald") [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
TURF TOPICS. (Written for " - Heyfield "Herald") Oiie race at least in the Adelaide pro gramme which this State seems to !mac a mortgage on is the Sontl Australian Stakes, a valuable two-year-old event. Our representatives.eligible for this eon test inelude Lesbos and Pretty Bobby, and it will take a smart one from tlw local youngsters to beat this pair, it can scarcely be said, however, that either Lesbos or Pretty Bobby has yet fulfilled spring promise. Perhaps DO; ; fore the season is through both win retrieve themselves. In the ease of Les bos there is the excuse that she was at- j tacked with influenza in th£ Autumn and this interfered with her prospects. She now seems to, have fully recovered. Evidently Sir William Cooper, whose colors were recently unfurled on the Australian Turf again after a long ao sence, intends to resume racing in a whole-hearted way. In addition to re cent purchases in this country, bir Wil liam last week bid high enough to se cure the English three-yea...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND FLOWER SHOW. A GRATIFYING SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
CHURCH OF ENGLAND FLOWER SHOW. A GRATIFYING SUCCESS. The annual Flower Show and Sale of Gifts in connection with St. James' I Church, Hey field, was successfully * carried through "on Tnursday and Fri day laBt, when the display made ex ceeded the most sanguine anticipations of the promoters. After the judges had finished their task in the various sections, the doors were opened to the public, and at about 3 o'clock the Rev Mr Bradley mounted the platform, and said that it was a pleasure to see Mrs Mills (who was to open the Fair) pre sent. He would not say that he was asked to introduce Mrs Mills, as she was known so well to moat of those present, but he felt sure they all appre ciated her kindness in coming to open their sale of gifts. He hoped she would be pleased with all Rhe saw, and trusted that the fair would be success ful. He had great pleasure in asking Mrs Mills to declare the show open. Mrs Mills, of Powerscourt, said that she must first thank the committee for the invita...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
Auctioneers. and Davis AUCTIONEERS. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEI' AND CATTLE SALESMEN, HAITI Tr&lgo&i Mra, Sejfield, . And 5 Su James' Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12TH. STORE CATTLE' MATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell aB above 150 Store Ctftle 200 Mixed Sheep 400 6 and 8th Crossbred Ewes, in lamb to Lincoln Rams ENTRIES INVITED. Adamsoi], Strettle & Co 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 «'attle, 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. P. O'CONNOR, Heyfield, Forwarding Agent TRY SKEELS'S FOR CHOICEST FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, The Best Colonial and Imported CONFECTIONERY, Agent for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
1 ¥CMJ warat |i = I o 6Si?IEZ@!^9' At least, we presume you want the BEST ACCOKPION the world produces-and that is CKUVAIXLY the 41 ME?.ON." They cost a little luorc titan some others, but then Well, you will lu:ow why when you hear their rich, T^nc; fcov/ exquisitely * Uiey'artTuiatle and finished. * PRICES The Ci-Ieslial Mezon, 30/-; The Organ Mezon, 35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; Tlit* Grand Or^an Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic Meson, 99/-. Carefully packed and forwarded to any addresj?. 4 MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. Send your address lor it to-day and I will mail it, Krek. PLHASS NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My acw address is 256 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE fa ti %! ^ Otis Door Abava Sv/anston Street. I ®HS ¥008 SUIT BY MAILS _ t Our large Mall-order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap preciate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials; t...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 6 May 1915
11ED CROSS SOCIETY". The following additional donations have been received by the Hey field branch of the Red Cr ks Society : Collected by Miss Ella Pearson-£1 18-i. Additional monthly subscribers. Mrs Gibbs, Mrs Gillies. Collected by Miss M. Greaves-LI 8'. Additional monthly subscribers. Mrs C. .Norris. W. Jennings, Mrs J. Fitzjmtrick, Geo Ainlie. Sundry-Is. Collected by Miss Wright-£1 7«. Per Miss Ferguson-16s. - Other donations-AnonymouB 3, A friend Is. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For coughs and colds, never fails, i/6. I canna' leave the auld folk now, I'd better bide a wee. Dad's got a cold, and Mum's not well, And pipes the ither e'e. I'll gang doon to the corner store For Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, And Mum and Dad will "greet" no more ; Aye-they'll be richt for sure.
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 13 May 1915
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE ltULES KUit FORTUNE i; Cultivate and portoct your ideas. Experiment The world is eager l!or something new, which, however sijuip-le it may be, will save labor or expense, or do tilings better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure-ri> ducr. waste. ' . People who handle tilings in every day use are the natural inventors ol better things, and the natural capital ists ol to-morrow.; Head the splendid.advice Unit. Edison gives.,. Lb.irn the }»rocedui:c ns'to pa tenting in the chief countries-then so-1 cure your own legal monopoly lor your rights by becoming a patentee, 'J. it that workman or loreiiiau, or your ingenious friend lias produced a clever invention,put him on the track of famous and wealthy inventory. .Mr 1)'. Townsend, an editor, .says "l the "Inventor's- Guide. '-1 am ro- j commending it strongly to l'rieuds. Best of the kind 1 have ever "seen. It [ should do a lot of good. It is an in- I centive telling him where lie can ob- j tain the "I...