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Council Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914
Council Elections. Ratepayers in the East Riding o£ the Shire of Grenville are reminded that an electiou of a councillor takes place on Thursday next. Tho can didates are Mcs3rs J. C. Blakeley and A. 0. I-Iall. The voting at Pit field takes place at the Mechanics' Institute, not tho Shire office as pre: viously announced. The other poll ing places are :—C'apo Clear. State school; Happy Valley, State school; Pipgoieet, Slate school; lllabarook, Mechanics' Hall; Staffordshire Reef, State school; Barringa, Mechanics' Hall; Italian Gully, S:ate school. Voting starts at 8 a.m., and ends at 5 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914
WHEftJ YOU GET LEllKilS) tlWIls A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well known throughout Western Australia, writes her opinion. NURSE ALICE W'LKI.VSON, 21 Hyd= Street, Nth. Perth, sends this letter : " I have spent many years in my prolession as a nurse, belli here and in Victoria. I have nursed the sick of all descriptions, and some have been very low and weak. The question always arises in the mind of the nurse what is the best medicine for a patient when thoroughly run down or to keep them'from getting low and prostrated. From years of experience and close observation 1 can say ! know of no mcdicine as gootf as CLEMENTS TONIC as a nerve food and appetising medicine, creating a desire for nourishment. It quickly gives health and strength. (Signed) NURSE WILKINSON.". No truer letter was ever wnt!en to women thau this one, proving the heahhi'ul properties oi till*; remaiKabJe mrrftcms. Whcr.* the nervous system isbhatteieil through exhaustive studies, fever, wastingjitness, or brain fug, (this me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914
Amusements. - Rule 54, V.R.C. pic-nTcTrace MEETING Will bo held at the Rokowood Racecourse SATURDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 1914, Under auspices of Rokowood and Corind liap Race Club. Proceeds in aid of Rokowood Mechanics' Institute. Oflicors: President—C. W. Stanbrook, Esq. "Vice-presidents—Messrs E. Russell and John Boll. Treasurers—Messrs W. P. Thomas and F. Westriom. Judge—E. Russell, Esq. Starter—Mr C. Wilding. Clerk of Course, Mr G. Stanbrook, jnr. Time-keeper, Mr C. F. Rowe. Clerk of Scales—Mr F. Westriem. Pony Measurer—Mr R. Jolly. Stowards—Messrs J. M'Carthy, W. Al corn, C. Wilding, W. Chatham, W. Laidler senr,, D. H. Gibson, and Allen Noble. Secretary—Mr J. G. Berry. Programme:—■ 1. BRUSH HURDLE RACE, about 2 miles. Trophy valued £3. 10-st. mini mum. Nomination 4s. 2. TRIAL HANDICAP, about 5 fur. Trophy valued £2. For horses that havo novor won more than £5 on tho flat. Nom ination 3s. 3. HANDICAP NOVELTY PONY RACE, about 4 fur. 14.2 a.u. Trophy £2 2s. Allowance 10 yards to the inel...
Amongst the Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 22 August 1914
fimonysi icc mines. A largely-attended meeting of shareholders in tho Berringa Pro specting Association was held on Tuesday evening. It was reported that a make of stone was struck in the eaEt crosscut, and work had been suspended pending instructions from the shareholders. It was de cided to make a call of 10d per share with a view to driving on and test ing tho value of the formation. The whole of the shareholders present paid the call, and are very sanguine as to future results.
COURSING. PITFIELD AND CAPE CLEAR CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
COURSING. P1TFIEI/D AND CAPB CLEAR CLUB. ■ The third meeting of the abovo club took placo on Saturday, at Glenfine, Wal linduc, in the presence of a largo gather ing. l'lio weather was fino; but, owing to.the continued dry spell, tho turf was hard, and so affected tlio running of the dogs that after the second round owners decided not to course further, and divided tho stake. The judge, 3Ir C. Wilding, gave every satisfaction; tho slipper, Mr \V. Kennedy, carried out his part with-, out a hitch; tho secretary, Mr T. Ilayden, was as usual indefatigable in his efforts. Tho other officers were;—Stewards, Messrs 11. II&lt;iwells (president), W. T. Howe, A. Bontick, C. Ilowells, J. O'Donnell, W. Chatham. 1). I'oynton, T. M'Caffrey, W. Ebbels, .T. Konchi, .T. Rowlands;" slip steward, Mr P. M'Caffery; field marshals.. Messrs Clias. Vaughan " and J. Taylor; N.C.C. representative, Mr Chas Vauglian. Tho results were:— For 16 a.a. dogs, at -£1/1/ oncli. Winner ,£10, runner-up .£3. two ...
MEETING OF DELEGATES. THE FINAL MATCH. LINTON V. BERRINGA. TO BE PLAYED AT BERRINGA TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
MEETING GF DELEGATES. the final match. linton vtberrixga. to be played at beiuiinga to-day. •A meeting of delegates of the Scarsdale District Football Associa tion was held 011 Monday evening at Berringa io make arrangements for the premiership match between the Berringa and Linton clubs. The following were present :—Mr John O'Donnell (president, in the chair); Berringa, Messrs J. M'Cusker and D. Davies; Sjarsdale, Messrs Frank "Yonlift and II. •'app; Linton, Messrs J. M.'Wise and 13. O'Sullivan; and Mr T. Gleoson, Association secre tary. The Chairman said the business of the meeting was to decide when and where, the deciding match bet ween Berringa and Linton was to lie played. Mr Wise said that the rules stipu lated that the iiual match had to be played on a neutral ground. Where could they get one ? The Chairman—You are mistaken Mr Wise. The rules state that in the event of a draw the Association 1 •decides on the. ground they, deem £t. Mr Wise—We have been sent liere to act unde...
Sporting. RACES AT ROKEWOOD. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
spoiling. RACES AT KOKEWOOD. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE BENEFIT. The Rokewood Mechanics' committee arc fully alive to (lie in (tresis and re quirements of the institution, and it is a well-recognised fact that 110 building is iet'.cr equipped anil better caml for than that at K'okewood. To .keep abreast of ilit> times some improvement in periodical ly being effected, and lavpe sums of money have been spent during tile past few years. In order to liquidate tile debt it was de cided to hold a Uule.51 race meeting on Saturday afternoon. The patronage was satisfactory. far I here was a Jar*;* district -jissemblage present. Hut it was plainly ovidonl; that between the effects of the 3'Juropean war and the failure vl the crops n I ess rain fell, and very shortly, the ga thering lacked that buoyancy 'of spirit Uiat invariably characterised a meeting of JJic kind in this parrot' the district. As ji result there did not appear much anx iety to "back the favorites." . Bookmak er.* wore scarce, t...
FIRE AT BERRINGA NARROW ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
FIRE AT BERRINGA -\AJUJOW .ESCAPES. j A fire broke out on Tuesday night aTwrnft" 10 o'clock in a toiir-ioomed dwelling own— til ami occupied by Mr Milt's Holmes and. his family, and ,moulted in the total &lt;tc molitioii oi' tho building and its contents >lrs .Holmes had put her four youne children to bed in a room off the dining— room, and was puisui: g her usual duties prior to retiring for tho night. Shortly" 1 afterwards Mrs Holmes wont into tZta | loom wlu ro the children were asleep atwl" found one of tho rich's of the room fn i ilames. Seizin;; two of her children sStr ran out of tho building with them, arnfc promptly returned for the other two. flirt room was well abla/.e by this Urnd and thts smoke was suffocating, hut the plucisjr woman rushed in for her two ohiidrstr., and catching hold of them was carrying; them out- when a. tongue o£ llamo swopc the hair of her head ;ind MortUed hfiE clothing. l'ortunately she imido a quiufe and sate exit, for in a few !::ir....
WOMAN'S WORLD. DON'T QUITE FORGET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
j WOMAN'S WORLD. i | DON'T QUITE FORGET. | I do not ask that you may love me still, | It is so long ago since last me met; i I only pray of this, if you will— ] Don't quite forget! , Keep just a letter, or a laded flow'r, ; Uniooked at, but in silence cherished i >et; The token of a once remembered hour— I Don't quite forgot! I svouUl not have you know a mo ment's pain, I I would not think you ever felt re gret; But though I never see your face again Don't quite forget!
SCARSDALE. TOWN HALL EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
SCAKSIULE. TOWN HALL EXTENSIONS A- well-attended meeting of the Town Hall extension fund commit tee was held at the town hall orr Tuesday evening; "Vice-presidenf A. A. Edgar presided. The lion*, secretary (Mr II. B. Elssy) present ed the audited statement to date. This showed that the credit balance at the bank was his 2d. It was resolved that the sum of £'.'>'.1 bo handed to the council. Thoy anti cipate receiving £-L or £">additional: before closing the accounts, which it was decided should be done after the social to be given in the hall on 10i.li September. To date the huM extension fund raised locally anil by Old Boj-s now amounts to tbs (ine total of £28.'5. OBITUARY. Another of the sterling pioneer* of this district Ik's passed away lit the person of Mr William Wilkin son, sen., 'who passed peacefully away on the 8th inst. at the ripeag-i of H.'5 years. The deceased was a native of Durham, England, atv.l arrived in this state in 1S.17 by the '•Britain." He resided in t...
LAUNDRY HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
LAUNDRY HINTS. Never wring linen with a clothes wringfer. It makes Wrinkles that are hard to iron out. Starched clothes are easier to iron if sprinkled with hot water half an hour before ironing. Do not pad the ironing board with wool blankets, which hold moisture ture and make your clothes difficult to iron. Cover the top with a thick lay er of cotton batting—one pound will be sufficient—then cover with one thickness of cotton flannel, drawing the cloth tightly and sewing or tack ing on the underside. Cover this in the same way with one thickness of smooth muslin, and you will find an excellent surface for ironing. Starch for a black lawn dress, that will make it look like new and will not show on the surface of the dress goods, can be made in this way—Take black dye, dissolved as you would for coloring, and keep it bottled. Make llie starch quite thin, strain the dye and mix a little of it with the starch. Proceed as usual and the dress will look like a new one when laundered. It ...
IS THE MODERN GIRL DOMESTICATED ENOUGH? [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
I i IS THE MODERN GIRL i DOMESTICATED ENOUGH? Some men seem to labor under the idea that women were born to be slaves. These selfish beings are con stantly bewailing the fact, as they put it, that our girls grow less and less domesticated as the generation progresses. They are alarming themselves un necessarily, for when the average girl gets married she generally takes to domesticity as naturally as a duck to water, even if she has had but lit tle previous experience. There are, of course, exceptions to the rule, and probably those people who love to pick holes in the modern girl's habits base their observations on these ex ceptions. Certainly girls have more liberty, and do not spend as much time in the home as their grandmothers. And why not? They have as much right to enjoy their liberty as men. When a sensible girl contemplates mar riage she makes it her business to get to know the ropes, so that she may fill the role of housewife with credit to herself and. all concerned; but ...
ROKEWOOD. UNTIMELY END [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
K OKI; wo oi). UXTIMKLY EXD Ureat surprise was expressed on Saturday when it became knowra that Mr T. Jaclca had passed away in circumstances that point to sat-' cicle. "Deceased was 50 yoars of age and w s a retired farmer living about two miles from Rokewood. He \va3 a auii.'erer froai nerve troubles and insomnia, and had taken trips to othqr parts for the benefit of hts health. He was pos sessed of considerable means. He leaves a widow, but no children. The remains were interred in the Rokewood cemetery on Tuesday, the funeral cortege being a very lengthy one. The Rev. M. M'Queen con ducted the burial service. The coffin bearers were Messrs A. Wal lace, D. Wallace, T. Wallace, Thos. Nestor; pall-bearers, Messrs Jotirx Elder, G. Robertson, C. Wildinpr, Crs J. Vernon, J. Boyle, and P. J Callaghan. Rev. W. E. Pugh,F. Rat cliffe. 11. Jolly, W. Carr, jnr., W. P. Thomas, C. W. Stanbrook, R, H Evans, E. llontson, W. Elder, T. Simpson, J. Williamson, supported by D. Ross, A. Goodall, A. ...
AN HOUR WITH NEOLITHIC MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
AN HOUR WITH NEOLITHIC MAN. J The discovery of the now famous human skull in the Piltdown gravel pit near Lewes has added much to our Knowledge of Palaeolithic man, but we are still unable to form an accur ate picture of the appearance of that interesting person. With regard to men of the succeeding, or Neolithic ags, anthropologists can outlin; a sketch which in its main features may be verified by known facts. The scientific examination of skeletons aiul burial-gilts, the excavation of grave-mounds and earthworks, the comparison of British relics with those of French caverns or Swiss lake dwellings, the study of skulls and hair and eyes have yielded clear testimony concerning the folk who lived in Bri tain four thousand years ago. To present a picture the "flowing vesture" of time must be disturbed a little, so that we may peer backwards into the prehistoric age. We have to imagine an England somewhat larger than the one which we now know. Its area must be extended outwards until,...
SOON ROUSED HER. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
SOON ROUSED HER. "IE we could rouse her from this apathy," said the doctor, turning from the patient with a worried look, "there might be some hope. If she could bo made to speak we might make her re r.liae hur condition un«l to make an effort to save herself." He turned to the husband, who knelt by the bed, his haggard face buried in the white counterpane. "You understand her so well," said the physician, almost irritably, "can't you say or do something that will arouse her from this stupor? Isn't there anything you could do that would awaken her?" A look of hope lighted the husband's pale face. He rose without a word and left the house. It was midnight. The watchers by the bedside heard the rain pelting against the side of the house and whistling around the corners of the old homo. A step sounded on the gravel walk outside. In another second there was a click of a latch-key fumb ling in the keyhole of the front door. The restless turning of the sick wo man's head upon the pillow s...
CAPE CLEAR. SCHOOL CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
CAI'E CLEAR. SCHOOL COiNTfiCTttT On Wednesday evening next a grand concert, followed by a ball, ia to be given by the Magpie's Costume Ccmedy Company, under the direc tion of Mua Ilheita Madden, in aid of the .State school funds. The pro gramme is a varied and interesting one, and one of the features of tho entertainment isac^y^^^ foe icg of the entertainment. tV num ber of district performers have in timated their intention to take part.
PATTERN FOR YOUNG LADIES EVENING DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
PATTERN FOR YOUNG LADIES EVENING DRESS. The young lady who wants a new evening frock could not do better than copy this design. Flora! ninon 1 over white satin is suitable, but net ' lace or muslin may be substituted. A . reliable paper pattern may be had. ( It represents "Everylady's Journai" j pattern No. 166, cut in two sizes—for t girls o£ 16 and 18. | This pattern may be bought for • ninepence from local pattern agent, or will be sent post free to an.v ad j dress if ninepence in stamps is sent I to Dept. C, "Everylady's Journal," 376 Swanston-street, Melbourne. State j number of pattern and size required. If a penny stamp is sent to above ad dress a 48-page catalogue will be sent 1 to any reader who writes "Send free catalogue."
District News. ILLABAROOK. ROUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
BisiriG! News. ILL UMKOOK. ROUNDERS. The Pitfiekl school girls, accom panied by parents, journeyed here on SjtnrJay last to try conclusions with the local school girls. After a vary exciting game the Illabaroolc girls won by one rounder. Refresh ments were afterwards provided by the parents of the local oi,-u A return match is to be played on WHlbCr" Pi'1" The R&lt;*ewood Junction girls have acceptod a chal lenge from the Iilabarook cirls for-r match to-day. b"isiora
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 29 August 1914
TtAT.T.AWVI' WHOLESALE PKODUCE MARKET. "Wheat, 4/6 to 4/8 for prime milling. Oats: Heavy feed, 2/; for feed, 2/10. Peas, 5/6. Bailey: Prime malting nom inally, 3/6; medium to good, from 3/ to 3/4; Cape, 2/6 to 2 8; flour, J!9/15/j_ broil, iO/5/; pollard, .£6/10/. Hay : t3/ yG for best chaffing; manger, .1:3/10/ j Straw, 35/ to 37/6. Potatoes, .£4/10/ to Xa 10/, according to variety and quality.