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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 27 May 1915
Auctioneers. esoij aijd Davis AUCTIONEERS, cTOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEE1' ANK CATTLE SALESMEN, Sale, tolgos, Ma, HsySeld, And 5 St. James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent, SALE HORSE SALE. . THURSDAY, MAY 27. WTHIESON AND DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND^CO. will hold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above date. All horses left with P. O'Connor, Heyfield, will be taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. 0% Strettle & PIT. LTD. VICTORIA HOUSiS KAZ iAll, 96 BOURKE ST" MELBOURNE, CcOnchict sales as follows HOUSES -Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their Bazaar At Nkwmarket-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat I'attle, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION' MARKET-Pigs and Calves, Wednesdays snd Thursdays. Dairy nnd'Store Cattle, Fridays EARIN'G-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY. PURE STOCK SALESMEN, Trust Monies to lend, lowest rates . Sworn valuations made Send particulars of your requirements. P. O'Con-kob, Heyfield, Forwarding Agent ? H. TRY HORN, TJ-SOKR rAKlill. il & YFIELD. DM 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 27 May 1915
W@SJ want. « * a 6Sft8EZ©N" At we presume you want the BEST ACO'»i'!»70?4 the world produces-and that is \ f Ai.M/t* ths .. MK/.ONV They cost a little thru: Feme others, hut then Well, \o»: will know why when you bear their rich, r^mi-like To:e, niul see lio-w exquisitely thuy ate made'and f;uis»:ed. L;'i:«7HS:-Tiic Celestial Mezon, 30/-; The Or^in Mer.cn, ?5/-; Thi c.niiul C>r^a:i Mczoi :".ic:cv:j, 9G,':. Carefully peeked and forwarded to n;iy r.:Ulress. iV CATAL^OUK oupht to be in your home. :-rnd your ndchtissfor it to-day and X will mail WOTS Hiat I hare moved a little ^i;:her up the stject. My new address is >ai Mezon, 30/-; The /p=.-S I-7yr?"-=u\\ Wonder Mezon, 42/-; ggg> . 63/-; The Chromatic g- \\\ ll 256 BOUslKE STREET, f&gLSegmft'i Ona Door Above Swanstcr. Siroo!. R I !; 0» YOBS SIT m MAIL! - J?W i *... Cui« lar.;*e Mall-order Department has been specially organized for the beneflt^bf Country Clients who ap» pi-ecSate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable...
The Heyfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 27 May 1915
PUBLISHED EVKRY THURSDAY MORNING "Hello, Glenmaggie! Is tliat you Kppiikiug 1" "Yen, don't forget the jumble fair and euch e party to-night in the Mechanics' Hall." "All right, I'll be out." "Well, iook, its going to be a pretty good turn out, so bring the family with vou. I'll Bee you there. Ta-tn." Attention is directed to the notifi cation that all rates must be paid on or before the 10th day of June, otherwise raipjmyers will not be entitled to b9 en rolled in respect of any property. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, l/6. Matches in connection with the North Gippsland Football Competition, pKyed on Saturday last, resulted as follows:-Traralgon, 9 10, beat S-ile, 3.4 ; Bairnsdale, 5.13, beat "laffra, 3.5. Attention is directed to the adver tisement of Messrs S. F. Treloar and Son, of Sale, in this issue. At the Sale Police Court on Mon day, Wm. Z-tcher proceeded against Wilhelm B. Alland, commission agent, residing at Fitzroy, on fraud summons for the recov...
NEW MOTOR HEADLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
NEW MOTOR HEADLIGHT. A new headlight for motor-cars has just been put on the market in France, which represents a radical departure from present designs. The lamp has tho shape of a human eyeball and turns in its socket in exactly the same man ner as tho eye in its support. Tw» small olamps, controlled by thumb screws, from the interior of the £ar, hold the lamp in position in any desir ed dhection while the handle itself is used in turning the light rays to the spot they are needed. Sign-posts at the side of the road -or the low-lying milestones* aire thus brought within reach of the rays, while at their lowest gosition they even throw light into the ood, lighting the motor, magneto, and carburetter. By removing the two small clamps entirely the whole lamp can be taken out of the socket and used as-a "trouble lamp" inside or outside the machine. The State cannot war against hu man nature.-Bishop Welldon. It's when women are very qnlet ? hat they are most dangerous.-Philip Gibbe.
DISEASE SPREAD BY DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
DISEASE SPREAD BY DUST. We have lately been warned that ;i«3 deadly germs of tetanus of lock jaw infest the dust of our streets. The disease, in spite of all research, is sur rounded witii a considerable amount of mystery, and it has increased during the last ten years very appreciably. Earthy material and dust is now whirl ed about by the rapid travelling motor l eiiioles, whether they carry passengers r goods, to an extent never before .?:;w\va, and it is to this cause that the . ncrcaso in the disease is attributable. Lhie suggestion made is that houses should be built a little back from the roadway so that a belt of garden may intervene, and allow the dust to settle ? ustead of reaching the dwellers in the houses. But this will not do much *o help the pedestrians who must use Uie roads. The only safeguard will ua for the road authorities to keep the streets damp and so to prevent the spread of germ-carrying dust. Besides this tho publio must realise-that any aouiu!, even the sli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
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 liiin you ai*e keeping a qualified man in your town, who may be a great convenience should illness occur iu your home. Such an emergency is worth considering. Before pur chasing elsewhere remember that A. STEINTHAL, Chemist and Druggist, Has Commenced Business in Heyfield, Business Notices. PESO AT t s, COMMENCING THURSDAY, 20th May, at 8.30, FOR FOURTEEN DAYS ONLY. £1 Discount in every &lt;610. 10s " " £5. 2s " " £1. 6d " " 5s. 3d " " 2s 6d. Will be allowed on all CASH Purchases throughout this well stocked Establishment, except in our Grocery and Confec tionery Departments. AND THIS IS NOT ALL, BUT-10 per cent discount for CA.SH off New Goods that are already considerably below our ordinary Low Prices. Our Mail Order Dep...
Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
Comstock's Nerve and B>or\e Lmimeivt Is a powerful, penetrating prepara tion, which acts through the pores cf the skin on the nerves, bones and muscles. It possesses the marvel lous properties of a prompt pain-kill er, and is unsurpassed as a remedy for the pains and aches to which hu man beings are subject, and which only an external remedy can relieve. It overcomes the pains and aches by relieving the effect on the deli cate nerves, causing the circulation of the blood to be fully maintained through the injured part. It is an invaluable remedy for sprains and for reducing swellings, which, under its influence, become softened and disappear. Rheumatism, Sciatica, and Lum bago all yield to the powerful, pene trating and conquering properties of this Liniment if used in connection with Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills according to directions. For stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Lajne Back, Scalds, Burns, Contracted r. Muscles, and Painful Swellings, it will be found that Comstock's Nerve an...
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Dr Best, treasurer, acknowledges re ceipt of the following amounts to the above fund : Previously acknowledged £112 8 1 Mr M'lvor (2/6 week) 5 0 Dt Best (2/6 week) ... 5 0 Mr M. Davis (5s week) 10 0 Mr Justice (monthly) 5 0 Mr Henderson (1/ week) i 0 Mr C. Grimme ... 10 6 £114 7 7 Were I so tall to reach the sky, Or take the ocean in my span, What use is length, unless there's strength ? Now tell me if you can. Suppose I'm ill with rasping cough Or tickling throat-well, to be sure, I don't talk length, I gather strength .With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.
KILLED IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
KILLED IN ACTION. Amongst the list of those killed in action at the Dardanelles will be noticed with regret the name of Private George Lewis, who was for several years employed at the Commercial Hotel, HeySeld, and later was engaged in farming pursuits with his brother at Tinamba. Private Lewis enlisted with the Light Horse, but was evidently amongst those in Egypt who volun teered to go to the Dardanelles with the Infantry. His relatives reside at Armidale. . Private A. Abernethy, Mafira, has also been killed.
JUMBLE FAIR AT GLENMABGIE. A GRATIFYING SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
JUMBLE FAIR AT GLENMABGIE. A GRATIFYING SUCCESS. On Thursday evening last, 27 th May, a Jumble Fair and Sale of Gifts promoted by residents of Glenmaggie ??tnd Seaton, in aid of the .Red Cross and Belgian Relief Funds, was held in the Glenmaggie Hall. This function was suggested, arranged for, "hatched, matched, and despatched," within a period of fourteen days, and considering the limited time at the disposal of the workers in the cause, the result of the effort has been eminently satisfactory to those who accorded it their paeron age and assistance. The residents of Seaton acceded heartily in furthering the interests of the venture with gene rous donations in cash and kind, and their responses to. the gentle persuasive powers of Miss Annie Ferguson were liberal and unanimous ; that lady hav ing reported that she had not met with a single refusal of help for the funds in the district. Evidently there are no candidates for Iron Crosses amoDgst Seaton folk. The inhabitants of Glen ma...
FIRST EXPERIENCES OF A GOLF BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
FIRST EXPERIENCES OF A GOLF BALL. My first appearance on a golf linkB .was a proud day for my owner as well as myself Decked out in all my war paint, I looked forward to the coming game as a great day in the opening of my career. How proud I was at my lovely white appearance. As a pre liminary I was bumped down on the ground several times to see if I would bounce well. Then I was carefully placed on a little heap of sand, and "addressed" in a most respectful way, but this apparently was all flattery, for suddenly I was slashed at with a big wooden club as though'I were a Ger man spy, and I immediately began to lose all respect for my owner. Oh, the horror of . my feelings when I got another knock that sent me further away from the green that when I started. I could but think that I was being cruelly treate'd ; and then to be sworn at ! How I trembled as 1 saw the iron club coining down again. But oil, how lovely, I hardly felt the iron at all, as I rolled to within a foot of the hol...
COULDN'T KEEP HIS HEAD ABOVE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
L'ODUWT KEEP HIS HEAD , ABOVE WATER. A gentleman was dialling lo his wito in the presence of his little daughter, and remarked. "We mil ask -Mr Brown to conio and dine with us ty-uiorrow. It takes him all his tune to keep his head above water." Air Brown was duly invited, aud oaine. As soon as lie had yot com fortably bottled in a chair, the little daughter went and sat on his knee, then started stroking his huir. "Well," alio said with uiuch 'surpriso, "your hair isn't wet," "No, little woman," said i\Ij: Brown, "why should it be wet?" "Papa said it took you all your Umv> bo keop your head above water, so 1 was sure your hair must be very wet." A lire which practically burnt out the three floors of Bray's buildings, -iff Pitt Stheet, Sydney took place on Mon day morning. Fifteen inns were af fected, and £10,000 worth of damage was done.
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
MAKE - YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldom. Now this is not the fault of the Editor, for he has no miraculous powers of knowing what is happening in all the places iu the area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in band and cause the silence to cease. Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbor hood. Give information, but let criticism alone. The information will probably be right, and the public can make their own deductions therefrom. Do not bother about grammar Di spelling ; it's the editors work to look after these trifles. Why did the flow'ret blush unseen amid the desert air 1 Why have some sages lived unknown in attics chill and bare? Why is reward withheld from men both talented and wise 1 The answer is as plain as day-they didn't advertise.
COWWARR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
COWWARR. (Fiomour owu Correspondent.) A euchre party and dance was held in the Mechauics' Hall on Thursday night last in aid of the Belgian Relief Fund, The attendance, though not so large as on previous occasions, was fair, and swelled the funds to the extent of ?£8 13s 4d. Great interest was shown in the games of euchre, fifteen of which .were played. The ladies' priz*, a silver .jam spoon and butter knife in case, was won by Miss Hannon, and the gent's prize, a pair of military hair brushes,: was won by Mr J. Kilmartin, who won eleven and twelve games respectively. During the evening a hand-painted cushion, the gift of Mrs Cummings, was disposed of, the winner being Mrs G. Harkin. The proceeds amounted to £3. The music for the dance was supplied by Miss Crowe, and JUr M. M'Gregor officiated as M.C. -A. sum of £54 has now beeu raised for patriotic funds in Cowwarr by holding these dances. Quite a mild excitement prevailed in Cowwarr when the news spread on Saturday evening that an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. MAGNIER'S Pure French Grape ** BRANDY Cognac Stewart's The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK.STEWARTS 1 " Whisky SCHRECK S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. (Jan (Jura TUBERCULAR JOINTS ! POISONED SORES, ABSCESSES, : BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR, i WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS, una . BAD LIMB. i Ali Chemists-1/6 and 9/6. Cumberland Road, Pascoe Vale. (Near Csburg). FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE j I. Cultivate ami perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager for | aomettiing new, which, however sijuplQ j it may lie, will save labor or expense, or do things hotter. Let it be more convenient, or promoU) pleasure-re duoo waste. People who handle things in every day use are the natural iuventors ol bailor things, and the natural capital fete ol to-morrow. Head the apiendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure an to pa tent...
GLENMAGGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
GLENMA8GIE. (From our own Correspondetit) The annual Empire Day celebrations at the Gravel Hill State school, Glen maggie North, were carried out this year with special success and enthu siasm. The gathering was held on Tuesday, 25th May, and was the largest yet held at this picturesque spot, visitors attending from Heyfield, Seaton, and Glenmaggie. Patriotic speeches were made, after which the TTnion Jack WBB unfurled to the breeze, and the children marched past and saluted the flag, while three cheers were given for. King George, his sol diers and sailors, the grown-ups joining in as enthusiastically as the children, and, maybe, many was the unspoken prayer in the elders hearts at that moment that God would protect our men in the present crisis. After this ceremony all went over to the refresh ment tables, where their wants were attended to by Miss Scott, Mesdames C. H. Monds, W. Honda, Tinims, Gell, ELelleher, Jas Monds, Miss Cole man and several other ladies. Then a programme of...
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
MAFFRA SHI LIE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. The result of the interview your President, the. President of the Avon Shire and I had with the Country Roads Board on Monday, May 17th, in reference to the nationalisation of the Dargo and Licola roads, will be fully dealt with liy Or Noble in his report. The amended legislation is sure to pass, as without it much difficulty would be experienced in the apportionment of the cost, to say nothing of dissatisfac tion. The Board desires the work from Mount Pleasant to the Top Cross ing bridge to proceed, but will leave the inviting of the tenders to the dis cretion of the council owing to the ex cessive price of horse feed. It is pro bable that the Country Roads Board will 6end a motor roller to this district for use in the municipalities of Maffra. Mr W. H. Davis reports having completed the side cutting at Blanket Hill, GlenniHg^ip, leading to his pro perty. He says the road is everything that could be desired, so is evidently satisfied with ...
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. ACCEPTED INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. ACCEPTED INVENTIONS. Messrs G. G. Turri and Co., Patent. Attorneys, Collins Street, Melbourne, report that tlie official aocoptnuco of complete spocilications of new inven tions include tho following: - Can Opener.-This cuts a circular hole and bonds down the tin all rouud the cut end smoothly.-E. Most. 13601. Fertilizer.-Each 21b of the human excretions solid and liquid arc mixed with lib lime, lib earth, 1 grain per manganate of potash, and half a pint of water. The mixture is to bo driod a ml powdorod.-J. Main, 15148. Raising Plough Frames.-A. Cornell 15091 (through G. G. Turri and Co). Purifying Water.-Water is forced through a pipe containing a rod of aluminium or similar metal, while an electric current is passed through. Co agulants can be added in regular quan- I tities.-A. P. Strolimauger, 14524. j Alcohol Making.-Prickly pear is disintegrated and shaken with water in a vessel containing superheated steam. After further treatment, yeast is added to the...
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat Cattle-3000 yarded. ' Prime cattle were very firm, with prices a shade better than last week's closing rates. Other descriptions were gener ally easier. Prime pens bullocks L19 103 to L24 10s, extra to £26 15a, odd beasts L35, good £16 10s to £18 10s, light and handy £14 o.s to LI 6, seconds from L7. Prime cows LI 4 to LI5 12s 6d, odd beasts to LIS 2s 6d, good L9 15s to L12 17s 6d, others from £0, Fat Calves-700 penned, prime were dear. Mathieson and Davis sold 350 fat cattle and calves, including 12 bul locks Nixon Bros, Oibost, at £14, 11 bullocks, Summerlea, at L16 2s 6d.