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An Unexpected Order. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
An Unexpected Order. The most interesting experience I ever had during' a long time on the road occurred some years ago in Scot land, 6ays a traveller. One day during the Highland Show, where we .were exhibiting engines, a very unkempt-looking individual liung around the stand-for somo time, and thinking he appeared very interested in a large traction engine, and might possibly be a driver, I approached him for a chat. After a time, however, I found he was a man who had an idea he would like to have it for. his own, but before deciding he said he would first have to ask his mother. A photograpiier. is something like a husband—the only thing on earth he asks of a woman is that she keep perfectly still and look pleasant.
PIGGOREET. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
PIGGOKEET. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH JUBILEE. A meeting of members and ad Siorents of the Presbyterian Church -was held on Friday evening to de cide what action should be taken to mark the jnbilee of the church, •which was opened in April, 1864, by the Rev. Mr Wallace, when the ■church district was known as darkesdale. It was decided that the celebration should be in the form of a concert and social, to bo Jjeld early in November, and that ihe Rev. Mr Forrest, of Geelong, be asaked to preach both services on the Sunday. The Rev. G. Lee presided iover the gathering.
Commercial. BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
comwiai. :o: BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. Wheat, 4/6 to 4/9 for prime milling. Oate: Fair feed, 2;8. Peas, 5/6. Bar Icy: Prime, 3,3 to 3/6; fair to good, 2/9 to 3/; Cape, 2/9 to 3/. Flour, &lt;£10. Bran, JCG/5/. Pollard, £61151- Potatoes, J-'i to JE6/10/. Hay: Best clmffiug, JC'3 to £315/; iuanger, jC3/5/ to JC3/7y6; etrfhv, 30/: to 35/.
BALLARAT POULTRY MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
BALLARAT POULTRY MARKET. Thursday. T. J. Lawless .and Co. report:—A Rood supply penned, and prices firm for prime Jote. Turkeys, prime gobblers and hent?, motto 7Jd per lb; medium, flow 6}d to 7d; prim© roosters, to 6,9; mcdiunvS/ to 4/9 per pair; best lions, to 4/G; medium, SJ/6 to 3/9; inferior lower; forward pullets, .■jJi/G tQ 5/3; small lots from 2/ pex pair; ,"prime ducks, 5,6; medium, 3,6; Muscovy Iducke, 6/1 per pair; goes?, 6/; ferrets, 11,6.
District News. ROKEWOOD JUNCTION. PIONEER PASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
nsiIlGl BtWS. BWROW .IBKCIIOS. PIONEER PASSES. Genual regret was expressed -wSi-pu it was elicited that Mrs J. J. ©iadst&ne,. who had been a resident. this townahvp for 51 years, had •qpnssed awaj on Sunday last aftei a X>»ief ilteesa,. The- deceased, who was 70 yearn o? age,, was a native of •Jlnraey, Eng.,. and ainived in this when quite a young woman. "With iisr parents she resided at "Kokewood Jnnctron, and was one of «i© first to be married in the local ^Anglican €Jhnrchrand with her hus band has resided jn tlje township «vfr since. Being1 of an amiable, «elf-sacrificing disposition,and being -ever i-eady to perform charitable •arnd kindly sets, she won golden ■©jmiions- ef the whola- countryside, amd was highly esteemed by a large ^circle of friends. The deceased was at mother ia the truest sense of the fenriE. and besides her husband saourn tne'r Jlelbonrne; Mb3 H. D. Ward, Staf fordshire Reef; Mrs Hi!!, Ballaraf; Mrs Penberthy, Melbourne; Mrs 'White, Rokewood; and...
Her Last Drive. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
Her Last Drive. A contretemps looked like arising it a funeral the other day In a rural !istrict. It was the wife of an elder 'y farmer who had died, and just as the cortege was about to leave the louse for the church, both mourners; md the undertaker's men were, tn :iy the least, startled by seeing the •vidower—a sturdy type of a farmer— uount tiie box-seat of the hearse, and :Uher up the reins. His friends went and told him t' ■enie down and take his seat in one if the mourning-coaches. "No, no," replied the l)P.:e old M w; and jerking his thumb in the di eetion of the cofiin, added: "She never ve.tild let anyone drive her but me. ■ ml this is the last time she will have ':e chance." And drive he did, all entreatie? and • •monstrances being in vain. Gentleman (in railway train): How lid this accident happen? Guard: Someone pulled the cord iiul stopped the train, and the boat ex press ran into us. It will take five '.lours to clear the line for us to go ihead. Gentleman: Five hours...
CHAPTER V. A Second Miniature. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
CHAPTER V. A Second Miniature. * Oliray nodded and walked as far | i us the inner consulting-room, where the telephone was placed. He was vaguely asking himself who this j path was who wished to speak to him bo urgently. The name was oddly | familiar, and yet for the moment In j could not recall where he had heard it >It seemed in some way to be directlj I concerned with the stirring events dl the past few hours. But then there had been so much to think about and, in any case, what did it really mat ter? Probably Herepath was no more than a casual patient who would see him to-dny and would he gone to-mor row. There were hundreds of avich, each regarding his or her own parti cular case as being of the first im portance. And yet C.ilray was an noyed because for the moment, he could not place (lie name. He took off the receiver and made the usual signal that he was tlrere. "Is that Doctor Everard Gilray?" a voice asked. "Oh, yes, I am Mr. Geoffrey Herepath speaking. We have met befo...
THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. Published by arrangement with Ward Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb[?] All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. By FRED M. WHITE. Locl-Tdrby 7arranKeulcut Ward & Co. Ltd., London and jtfelb All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER tv A': accustomed to thoso ? as nair =r SX'!!:1 h 1 'Is (:x5eec'WK lit Jiavo conio straight from a stage setting, so strange was his iisnop.t He was "GaspariT" and "Shylock" in one—tall and lean, ami high of lore head from which the leonine grey hair was tossed carelessly back, he had thin, dark hatchet-like features and eyes that glowed like stars behind his goid-rimined glasses, llis keen, clever face was lined and wrinkled, liis skin tlie color of old parchment. To strengthen the likeness to the classical example of miserliness, he wore a kind of dressing-gown of vel vet, and on his head was a skull-cap of the same material. Surely ho must be part and parcel oi some stage production, Gilray thought. The room was almost the exact counterpart of the scene whore G'aspard gloats over his treasures. The walls were almost bare, the car pet was th...
THE HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
the HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPES Curried Rabbit.—To prepare this, cut tile rabbit into pieces convenient, tor swing, anil, alter soaking head and ail discolored parts for an hour in strong salt and water, dry and rub over with flour. Heat a UiUi layer of dripping in a stevvpan, and in it lightly brown the rabbit, a few piec es at a time. Empty the pan, in it lie;u a little butter, and add a medium sized onion in small dice When tlie onion is lightly brown sprinkle in a level tablespoonful each of curry-pow der and flour, and add a sour apple in small pieces.* Keep tlio pan covered by the side ofjlie fire,.stir occasional-, tar* raAuisS —uvilcc'&lt;^«racr, - siubn,*:"ot milk. ' Stir until boiling, add salt, to repicttitf- ths0uiuUUl(&lt; L/Oir Lt and cook gently for an hour or until the rabbit is tender. At the last add a little lemon juice, and serve boiled rice separately or piled. arouiul the rabbit. Chutney also should be serv ed. Oatmeal Dumpling.—Chop finely a qu...
CHAPTER VI. Madame Ninon Desterre. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
I _ CHAPTER vr Madame Ninon Desterr* i\iost of the houses in Park Gardens are small, and possess no gardens in the true sense oC (.lie word, but Num Der -1 differs from the rest, inasmuch as it stands in its own compact grounds overlooking Regent's Park, and therefore in summer presents an outlook reminiscent of sylvan shades In the heart of a peaceful woodland country. At one time the house had belonged to a .famous .artist, jvtth ■ «•«> fronSOaSTHia uccbnl.!pg" to.TiisySv ^3 A f 'hie dpatl) thft-JwillTn TrorflOTr^i^furniture complete, had been offered for sale and was prompt ly secured by the present owner, known to her friends as Madame Ninon Desterre. The sale had caus ed some sensation at tlio time, and certain of the papers had striven tc learn something of the history of the j fair purchaser. I They had littlo to show as the result I of their labors beyond the fact that i Ninon Destorre was the young widow 1 of a wealthy French recluse of mature ' years, who had devoted hi...
FOR THE FARMER. STOCK-BREEDING IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
FOR THE FARMER. j| STOCK-BREEDING IN VICTORIA. J Dr. S. S. Cameron, Director of Agri culture in Victoria, in an interesting chat the other day with our represen tative, made some remarks on stock breeding, especially on small farms, that may be read with both pleasure and profit. Dr. Cameron said:—"I was recently struck by the high jump in values realised for beef breeds of cattle at the Sydney lloyal Agricul tural Show sales. For a year or two back the prices obtained at these sales for Hereford, shorthorn, and other beef-breed cattle have been compara tively low, thus indicating that the Queensland and other back - country buyers have not been operating as they used to do. It has always seemed strange to me that as Queensland is engaged in the business of beef export it does not emulate its great rival, the Argentine, whoso stock-breeders an nually import, at very high cost, some of the best pedigree stock ihat can be produced in Croat Britain. For years past the Ar gentine has be...
LEICH SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, 12th August. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
LEICH SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, 12th August. Prf«ent: Cra II. N. (president)* A. V- W. Boylo„ I*. J. Calla^ han» W. Miller, J. Aluuro, C. H. Peel, And J. Vernon. An apology was re ceivtvl for the absence of &lt;"r Gibson. Correspondence.—From iJepartment of Public Works, stating that the Crown Solicitor had cozuuiunicatwi with Mr Mellinjjton, to whom licence No.. M2C797 had been issued for water front* age in the parish of CorindJiap. A re ply h.id been revived that F. Mcllingr ton did not occupy the allotment on tho water frontago. The department desired, to know if this statement were correct or not. It was decided that the west riding councillors make enquiries;, and. report at the nest meeting.—From Conn try Itoads Hoard, approving- of the ten ders .ior spalls on the Upper Westerrt road between Stony Creek and Shelford* and on tho Shelford-lnverleigh rood be— —Fiom^ru'blic ing that, respecting the amount payable* by the council to the Geelong Hospital for the treatment of...
Shakespeare and Football. (Quotations applicable to the game.) [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
Shakespeare and Football. (Quotations applicable to the game.) "Well placed."—"Henry V„" act iii., scene vii. "I do' commend you to their backs." —"Macbeth." "This shouldering of each other." —"Henry IV." "Let him not pass, but kill him rath er."—"Othello." " 'Tis sport to maul a runnor."— "Antony and Cleopatra." "I'll catch It 'ere ib comes to ground."—"Macbeth." "We must have bloody noses and cracked crowns."—"Henry IV." "More rushes, more rushes."—"Hen ry IV." "Worthy sir, thou bleedest; they ex ercise hath been too violent."—"Coriol anus."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
Shire nf Urvnrilte. EAST RIDING—ANNUAL ELECTION NOTICE is hereby given that the fol lowing Candidates have been nominated for the offico of Councillor, viz., JOHN CHARLES BLAKELEY, ALEXANDER CHARLES HALL. And as the number of Candidates exceed the number of Councillors to be elected, a POLL will be taken for the election of One Councillor on THURSDAY, the 27th day of August, 1914, at the following places, viz., Cape Clear—State School Happy Valley—State School Piggoreet—State School Illabarook—Free Library Staffordshire Raof— State School Pitfield Plains—Shire Office Berringa—Mechanics'- Institute Italian Gully—State School. Tho Poll will commence at 8 o'clock in the forenoon, and will close at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Dated this 15th day of August, 1914. DAVID POYNTOW, Returning Officer for the East Biding: :
WHEN WALKING IS HARD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
WHEN WALKING IS HARD WORK. People often express surprise that soldiers on the march cover only ten or twelve miles of ground per day. Even then a good many men fall out through fatigue, some faint, and the whole are completely done up ut the end of the day. But the soldier is, nevertheless, a iirst-rate walker. It is all a matter of foot-tons of energy expended. Take an ordinary laborer, aud his day's work will be equal to 300 tons lifted one foot high. An eleven-stone man, walking seventeen miles on the level, does the same amount of muscle work. But mark, if he carries an overcoat weighing Gib., he does 311 foot-tons. Now, the soldier is a regular pack horse, and the kit that lie carries av erages about 601b. in weight. So that he does exactly as much work in a twelve-mile march as an ordinary man in his seventeen-mile walk. Besides, the soldier has to "break camp" before starting, and at the finish of the march he has to pitch camp, draw water, collect fuel, clean rifles, etc., n...
WIT OF THE ANCIENT GREEKS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
WIT OF THE ANCIENT GREEKS. Cleomenes, when asked what was Lhe duty ot a king, replied, "To do ljoocI to your friends, but barm to your enemies." Hearing this, tiie philoso pher Arislo asked "Would it not be still butter to make your enemies l'riends, and so to do good to them also?" Philip ol Macedou, being advised by his friends to banish one of his slan derers, replied, "If I do he will go about and abuse me where there are more to listen to him." Dionysus the Tyrant, to put a slight upon l'lato, gave him the lowest seat at his table. "X daresay," he said, "when Plato goes back to Athens he will have plen ty to say against us." "air," said Plato, "I hope I may never be so at a loss for subjects of conversation as to have to talk about you!" Aristippns was once asked why he borrowed money of his friends. "No for my own benefit," he replied, "but to teach them the proper use of wealth." Anaximander was once laughed at by some little boys for his singing. When told of it he said, "We...
THE "Berringa Herald" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1914. COMMON MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
| THE / Berringa Herald" rdiil.lSUBD EVEKY 3ATDKDAV M0KN1NG [Registered at the General Poet Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] Saturday, August 15, 1914. common managers. A public meeting was held on Tuesday evening in the Mechanics' Hall tor the purpose of nominating managers for the Berringa Township Common. ^ Mr L. Hansen occupied tlio chair. The follow ing: were nominated as managers:—Mos his A. Moon, A. Lacy, C. Cook, O. Wil liams, and A. Honclii. It was decided to forward tho names mentioned to the Greuville Shire Council for garettal. OAMP-FII1B CONCERT. The Ballarat Camp-fire Concert Com pany gave an interesting entertainment in t he presence of a largo audience on Sat urday evening in OTurrell's Hall, it be ing the annual anniversary concert in coniieetion with the Berringa Presbyte rian Church. The programme was sub mitted under the direction of Mr H. Broun, and every item was well received. Tlio following was the programme:— Opening ceremony, "Rul...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914
Special Advertisements. Electric tram drivers WANTED. Good opening for smart men. Permanent position. For particulars write to H. W. Charming, In structor. 211 Lydiard street, Baltarat. (Enclose stamp for reply.1 |Big Clearing Salef * NOW ON AT * f MRS HINCHCLIFFE'S 1 * 428 STURT ST, BALLARAT * Wonderful Bargains in Millinery #■ * every shape at Is. S SBoys' Woollen Suits at 3s lid, worths * —103 6d.— * * * * Some very cheap dress-materials ^ 1|, suitable for the coming season. * jj£ Underclothtng, Corset?, and Baby- * » ° Linen in endtess variety. * ^Carriage Paid on all Country Orders. * Coupons Given. * %************************ Sunday j Services.1 A NGLICAN CHURCH Illabarook 3; Cape Clear 11; Berringa 7. Preacher—Mr V. G. Atherton Pugh. Rokewood, 11; Dereel, 3 ; Corindhap, 7. Preacher—Rev \V. E. Pugh. jp RESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Illabarook, 11 ; Berringa, 7. Subject.—"Perversion, as shown in the character of Balaam." Preacher—Rev. J. Hall. M ETHODIST CHURCH Berringa—11, Mr Mv Wilkins...