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SUPREME COURT Tuesday, 11th August. Before His Honor Justice Hood. Mr J. Gurner Crown Prosecutor. NO CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

SUPREME COURT Tuesday, 11th August. Ucfore His Honor Justice Hood. Mr J. Gurricr Crown Prosecutor. NO CASE. .Tamos Paul Fairfield was charged with, at Berringa on or about the 2"th April, indecently assaulting Evelyn Belgravia Fairfield, a girl. 11 years of ago. He pleaded not. guilty. There was a further Minilur charge referring to a date on or about the 28th April, and there were two other presentments in which the same charges were repeated, but tho ago of the girl was not stated, the intention being to oovcr the possibility of not being able to prove it, Mr Gurner saying that in that event lie would ask the jury to infer from her appearance that she was under 1C. Mr .1. B. Pearson, instructed by Mr M. Lazarus, apnea ltd for the defence. Evelyn Belgravia Fairfield said the ac cur-ed was her father. He was a miner. Her mother left home about 25th April on account of a row with him. Witness had ono brother and three sisters, all vomiger I ban herself. In the week after her mother l...

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN BALLARAT ELECTORATE. MR D. C. M'GRATH AT BERRINGA. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN BAIXARAT ELECTORATE. MB D. C. M'GHATH AT BEWUNGA. 5Ir D. C. M'Giatl), ,ihc Labor candidate for tho Ballarat Federal 6eat in tho House of Ifepresentatives, addressed largo and enthusiastic gathering of elec tors oil Wednesday evening in O'Farrell's UsUl. Mr O'Donnell occupied tlx; cliair. Mr M'Grath, who was warmly received, briefly referred to the European war, to the loyalty of the people in alt parts Of the great British Iimjiire, and expressed the hope tliat tlio war would be brought to a speedy termination. Un told suffering would follow the war, and licavy burdens (if taxation would be car ried by the workers in the European countries to meet the heavy cost tlio war would entail. It wan at a time like this that a national bank such ae liad been established by the Labor Government in the Commonwealth would prove tapsi ©fficacious. The Labor Government hud placed effective legislation on the Statute Book—legislation that, although adverse ly criticised by the...

Publication Title: Berringa Herald
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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

• BALLARAT live"stock market. Tuesday. ."Fat cattle; 142 head came to hand to- I Jay, .including 25 stoics; the .majority of I the yarding boiiic Rood to prime quality. There was a full attendance of buyers, and all classes met a keen demand, val ues showing a material advance oil last week, eloping verv dear. Quotations:— Prime pens bullock.", .£15 to ,£17/10/; hea vier weights, .£18 to .£19; good pens bul locks, .£13 to .£14/10/; medium, .£11 to .£'12; best cows, to .£12; extra weights, to .£14. Averages:—Mr John James, Derri mut, Oi'dit, 9 bullocks. .£18/5/; Mr W. O. Read, Warloigli. Alvie. S bullocks, .£15/4/5; Mr \V. Thomson Manifold, Pur xumbete, Cainperdown, 10 bullocks, .£14 19/; Mr John Huxley, Struan, 9 cows, .£1:1/16/11; Mr T. Ifoberf son, Moyne Tails, 22 bullocks, ,£13/6/3; Mr E. W. Warriner, Campbtlltown. 10 bullocks, .£12/17/9; executors Sir Samuel Wilson, Ercildouno Estate, Burrumbeet, 9 bul locks .C12/11/S, 3 heifers JC'lfl/8/4. Sheep: 3346 came forward, only a small...

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BALLARAT PIG MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

BALLAKAT PIG JIASKET. Wednesday. C-ochlan, Boa so, and Co. report:—Pair supplies of "baconors uml porkers penned for to-day's market, wit li an extra heavy varding of stores and young pigs. • Bacon ois: There was the Usual attendance of tile curers and trado ]>resent, and while quotations for prime quality show no change the tone of the market was hardly as keen. Half-fat piss and stores suffer ed materially, and a clearance was only effected at reduced rates. Porkers show no alteration in values, the curers oper ating on all heavy sorts. Best pens of baconers, from 1 to 10 head, .£4/8; to 90/ U> £3/6; extra, £4/14/6 to .C4/15/6 to .£4/16/, in pens of 2 to 10 head. Mr .las. Sew(.11, Sfoorookyle, obtained 94/6 for a pen of prime Yorkshires; whilst odd pigs for Messrs Creswell Bros, Seotsbuni. up to ■£4/17/; good pens, from 78/ to 53/ to 85/ !o £7/6; others, from CS/ to 75/; half-fats, .£2 10/ to .£3. Porkers: Best, .£2/10/ to .£2 18/; others, from 40/. Best store pigs made ...

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

Local Laitu M. The following applications were dealt with on Thursday by.^Mrp.J. Joy, local Lands Officer :— Parish of Commeralghip—C. E. CahilJ, 20 acres, adjoining allots. F30, G30, and J30 ; recommended, subject to report from Mines De partment and approved survey. Parish of Smythesdale—Mary A. Harris, 20 acres, east and adjoining allot. N2, and soath ofallot. N5; recommended, subject to report from Mines Department and ap proved survey. Thos, H. White, 20 acres, in section 49, south of allot. D5 and north and west of his free , hold allot.; recommended, subject to report from Mines Department I and approved survey. Parish of ChepsCowe—Wm. G. Martin, 3 acres, in sec. 15, at north east corner of allot. 24 ; recommend ed, subject to report from Mines Department.

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BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

BALLARAT WHOUgSALB DAIEY PRODUCE MARKET. T. J. Lawless and Co. (lato M'-Qregor Bros.) report: — Butter: Prime factory prints, 1/2; lump, 1/1 to 1/1 J; dairy, lOd; 6eparufcor, lid to 1/. EfiSB, 9id. Eaoon: Sides, lOd to lid; middle*, 1/; bam, 1/. Lard, 8id. Honey, 3} to 314. Cheese,\ 8Jd to 9d. i

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The European War. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

me Emipi Sir. The BtricteBt censorship is being kept on the movements and doings of the great armies at war in Europe hence only the most meagre details'* are filtering through. . , It is reported that Great Britain has declared war against Anatria Hungary. The British Admiralty claims that their control of trade rontea is be coming stronger daily. The Germans are shelling the French town of Pont-a-Mooswn, many residents of which have been killed in the streets. The Germans are preparing for a systematic siege of Leige. They are entrenching, and laying in extensive food snpplies. . The Belgians are reported to have had a severe encounter with the Germans near Leige,. and to have routed them.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

PROFESSIONAL NURSES THEY DECLARE IT TO BE THE ONE MEDICINE THAT GIVES NEW VITALITY AND LIFE. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. . "As a nurse I have seen Clements Tonic do so much good a-uoegst my patients, it is my _du{y.to s'ate these facts. I have prescribed it often and in erery ca.se it soothes the patient, it fTi'ves refresliiag sleep, creates a desire for food, and IT HELPS THE FOOD TO DIGEST. The patients become bright and cheerful after its use. As a health' restorer I say Clements Tonic HAS NO EQUAL. (Signed) NURSE L1NNDEBERG." The Rev. J. HOSK1NG.D.D.. Minis (er of (he Congregational Mission Church, Fitzroy, Melbourne, writes :— 441 suffered from Nervous Prostra tion, Insomnia, find Nerrou Head aches. One bottle of CLEMENTS TONIC pat me right, and was worth its weight in gold." ^ Tl:e*eare letters that every man and woman ti?J read and act upon. This remedy is the s-andarcl Australian blood and nerve regent, rater, and no unhealthy man or woman should i.e wihout it. It is only another n...

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Land Sale at Rokewood Junction. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

Land sale at BoKeweoi JQQGIIOQ. On Monday next Cbaa Walker and Co., instructed by Mrs M*Gre gor, will submit by public auction the snug little homestead, including 30 acres of freehold land, besides all . the household furniture and effects, implements and tools, and a large quantity of water pipes.

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It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

ii Is sail. That the members of the Ballarat Gamp Fire Concert Company are exceptions to the rale. They not only gave the entertainment in aid of the Presbyterian funds, but con tributed a donation of one gninea aa well. That Messrs A. Nelson, J. H. Chesterfield, and R. J. Gibson have been mentioned as likely candidates for the Weering riding in Colac shire election. That M'Caffrey Bros, scored another good win with their dog at the Bolac coursing meeting. They won the blue ribbon event and a gold watch. That the area under wheat this year in the county of Granville is 37,100 acres—91 accea Jew than last year. That the mere pittance the care takers receive who are in charge of stations on the Newtown-Beeac line should certainly receive the atten tion of the railway authorities with a view to a substantial increase being given. That the "Junction Football Ele ven" will challenge Berripga if Berringa win the premiership—the Junctionites think themselves the pom-poms of the southern he...

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GOLD AND GLITTER. A Story of How a Young Fool was Saved from His Folly. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

GOLD AND GLITTER. A Story of How a Young Fool was Saved from His Folly. My introduction took placo to her when she was a red-faced, unprepos sessing infant of a few weeks, and I was a sufficiently grown man to ima gine that the few hairs that adorned my upper lip constituted a moustache, and that my age and sex entitled me to the admission of a supreme con tempt for babies. I remember she screamed for the whole of the Ave minutes during which she was subnjited to my inspection, and rendered me more uncomfortable than any member of her sex had ever done before. But it was the last time—for from that day onwards we were the best of friends—and I only mention the occasion of our first meeting in order to prove that I assuredly had a good claim to thoroughly knowing and un derstanding her, considering that for twenty years of her life I saw her practically every day. I was her godfather—a high honor, I believe—but it carried its responsi bilities, though I never seemed to feel their wei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 15 August 1914

* Cheap money," said the business man, " Chsap food," the labourer said; " Cheap beer," sung old Dusty Dan, What matters, beef or bread. " "Mittt'a very-well," observed the sage. But you 11 agree, Tra sure, Cheap health is gained from youth to ag» With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Lost. LOST from Berring®.—A BLACK GREYHOUND PUP, about nino months' old. White chest. A. Moon. Public notices Allchin Bros. THE Largest Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers and Importers in the State of— HARNESS, RIDING SADDLES, COL LARS, HANDBAGS, Gladstone Bags, Trnnks, FootbaIIa,Leg« sings, Teats, Tarpaulins, Horse Bugs, Water Bags, Oil Goats, and Alcock's Fishing Tackle. 20 DOVETON STREET NORTH. , And M'Kenzie Street. BALLARAT. |^"See Horse on Verandah. Prices on Application. PROMPT ATTENTION BRIAINTS* RED SHOP TEA ROOMS, STURT-ST., BALLARAT, For Superior Pastry, JJEFBESHMENTS amidst Daintiest Surroundings, Call M)d Meet Your Friends., Election Notices. W F. R. Coldham ILL address the Eteclj^orv Friday ...

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COMFORTS FOR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914

COMFORTS FOR SOLDIERS. At a meeting of the Bex-ringa Presbyterian Ladies' Guild a circular was received from the Baliarat Pa triotic committee, asking if help would be given by knitting socks for the soldiers at the front. It was decided to comply with the request. A meeting of the ladies of Ber ringa has been convened for Tues day afternoon to take action to do something for the Australian sol diers. Sinythesdale women are most en thusiastic in the nffort to provide comforts for soldiers called to the front. About 200 yards of flannel, besides wool, etc., has been distribu ted, and a large number of shirts, etc., have been made up and for warded to Baliarat. In response to a general request the mayor (Or Williamson) has initiated a Patriotic Fund, and a fair amount has already been received. A patriotic concert is to be held on Wednesday week, and it is expected that about £8 will be obtained as a result of the effort.

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The European War. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914

TUB European War. The English troops have arrived in Franco and havo met with a great reception. A great battle is imminent in Bel gium. The Allies have formed up in a long semicircle, and minor en gagements have already occurred along this line. Fierce fighting is reported to be taking place in Belgium. The Ger mans havo captured the towns of Tirlemont and Diest, near Brussels. The French and Belgian forces havo joined near Nainur, to the south of Liege, and have repulsed the Germans. After several hours' fighting the Russians inflicted serious losses on an Austrian force, which is being pursued by cavalry. Before Japan sent her ultimatum to Germany, the opinion prevalent in Berlin was that the Japanese would attack Russia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914

Ho talked of this, ho talked of that. He talked of everything; He talked liko twenty phonographs, And then began to sing. m " But yestorday," ho told liis friends, "You saw rao dumb and dour— The reason I am vocal now Is Woods' Great Peppermint Curo.

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The Federal Elections. TWO WEEKS FROM TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914

Tie Fadgrai Elections. TWO WEEKS FROM TO-DA.Y. The Federal elections iiro drawing near, aiu1 will take place next Sat urday week. The various candidates have been busily occupied address ing the electors, and have aroused general interest in the issues in volved, so much so that there is no doubt but that a record vote will be the result. For the Ballarat seat the retiring candidate, Mr M'Grath (Labor) is being opposed by Mr Culdham (Lib eral). The candidates for the Senate (six to be elected) are— Labor. Liberal Barker, S. Cook, J. EL Barnes, J. Edgar, W. H. Blakey, A. E. EL Mauser, S. Findley, E. M'Coll, J. H, M'Kissock, A. N. M'Laan. W. J. Russell, E. J. Trenwith, W. A. W. J. Nicholls, Berringa. t

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COURSING. CAPE CLEAR CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914

COURSING. : CAPE CLEAR CLUB. Tlio drmv of the coursing mooting- to take place on Saturday, under tlio aus pices of tlio Pitfield and Capo Clear Coursing Club, is as follows:— 1G a.a. dogs at .£1/1/ each.—W. Smith's Miss Thought v W. Hay ward's Brook; J. Elliott's Ncllio Boliu v S. M'Cart nov's Moon Lady; P. Piggott's Try Cou ncil v ,T. O'Donnell's Magic liou; " A. Guthrie's l/ocust. y Ij. Hewitt's Stripes; \V. H:tyward's Nollio K. v A. Smith's Nellie Thought; T. Kandall's Elaine Bell v W. Ebbels* Black Pilate; A. Dag leisli'.-; Ladv -M.'iiia v IJ. Woods' Frencliio,' \V. Ebbols' Molly Murphy v L. Till's Slaughterman. Eight puppies at .£1/1/ each.—A. .Ten nines' Searsdale lJanger v .T. II. Cat ton's Wallalo; R. "Woods' "Wanneroo v S. M'Cartney's Miss 1?o.\; A. C. Buchan an's Miss Lenten v A. Jennings' Mastel AAV.J.; T. Sparks' Merry Miko v AY. Gordon's Joyclen Queen.

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914

CYCLING. A shocking accident occnred in connection with the Victorian Motor Cycle CLub'a 25 miles race held last Saturday, through two riders meeting " head-on." The contest wa? held over an out-and home course, (a most dangerous proceeding when men are travelling at G5 miles an hour in opposite di rections) and attracted the fastest riders in Victoria. Dowel, who was riding a powerful 8 h.p. J.A.P. ma chine, started from scratch and over took Thornton (7 h.p. Indian) before reaching the turn, 12& miles out. Dowel and J. Booth (7 h.p. Indian) arrived at the turn at about the same time, and immediately set out in pursuit of a batch of four riders who had just set off. Accelerating rapidly, they both reached a speed of about 65 miles per hour, and had entered the dust of the front men, when Thornton came along at speed in the opposite direction. The handle-bars of Dowel's and Thorn ton's machines locked, and the rid ers were thrown with terrific force into the air. Thornton la...

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A Globe Trotter. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914

A Globe Trotter. A University professor who has greatly endeared himself to his stu dents on account of his goodhearted ness, has one particular failure—ab sent-mindedness. Lately he visited his married nephew, and, of course, had to listen to the yountr wife's praisa of her firstborn. The gentleman felt that he must say something to give the impression that he was interested. "Can the dear little fellow walk?" he inquired, quietly. 'Walk!" said thu mother. "Why, he has been walking for five months!" "Dear me!" exclaimed the professor, lapsing again into abstraction, "what a long way he must have got."

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LINTON V. SCARSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914

LINTON V. SCAR SD ALE. These two teams met for'the last time in connection with the district competition. The match was played at Linton on August Stb. It was interesting from the fact that did Linton win it settled the premier ship in their favor, wlureas if Scars dale won, ifc Rave the Be/ringa team n chance for victory. It was the fourth occasion on which thess two teams had tried conclusions, and in ihe three previous contests Linton had proved victorious, but only by a narrow margain. Both teams were strongly represented. As previous defeats of Scarsdale were generally accounted for by too much crowd ing the ball, they went on to the field with strict instructions from their captain, Jus. Burke, to keep their places, and the game open. This they succeeded in doing ex cellently, and scored a decisive vic tory by IS goals 15 behinds to 1 goal :5 behinds. There whs net a man in the Scarsdale team who did not earn his position, and those worthy of special mention were \V. Trailord,...

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