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RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
RED CROSS SOCIETY. Mrs Young, of the Heyfield Arcade, has kindly offered the use of her win [ dow for a display of Red Cross work. It is hoped in this way toiuterest those who have not yet subscribed to the funds of the Society, and also to give many of the subscribers an opportunity of viewing the- monthV work. The goods will be on view for a week from June 10th. All information regarding work, etc., will be supplied by a mem ber of the Society. Wool and cut out garments may be obtained, and dona tions of money, materials, or comforts for our sick and wounded soldiers will be gratefully received.
JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER II. LITTLE DON. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
JET HUNTER S FOSTER SON. Gil Al' 1 EH 11. 'LUlLE JJOiN. ' Aorthward Ho! Hurrah! Di.uk a Li JUL- mates! Hero's luck!'' bawled out a lough voico as a lough man hull rose to his hea-booled feet, and nourish ed aloil a tin pannikin that presum ably contained some liquor more potent than tUo.se of which Good Templars approve. ''And here's to the captain, with three times three and a cheer "over!" 'Hark to Lincolnshire Bill!1' echoed ' hull a dozen more. "Captain Obadiali Jtdson and his luck." And up went six, or luoro than six tnugs aud tin pannikins to the lips of their respective owners; but there was wo cheering, perhaps because, in deep er and more ringing tome, a poworfuj voice struck in-"'Drink my health lads and lasses, if ye think fit, only be sober yrid sparing in your cups, -since we ha-'.T a long niurch before us, and work on the morrow. But drink not to luck.- if you love me, as coupled with my name. How olten am 'l to tell you that luck, as you iguorantly call it, is of unot...
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs T. B, Little and Co report Over 100 head of fat stock penned at Heyfield yesterday to a very large at tendance of butchers, and very high prices were obtained for any good quality stufi. A proportion of the yarding consisted of cattle barely fit for the trade, but a large majority was sold at very satisfactory prices. Top price of the day was secured by Exors. late Mrs Orimme for a cow that realised L15 2s 6d, others cows for same owners made LI 2 2s 6d to LI 2 7b 6d, Mr Jno M'Michvel's 21 head of usual top qual ity heifers sold to L12 15s, making a fine average, Mr Ferguson's cows made to £11 7B 6J, Mr J. Wilson's pens of light heifers to L9, Mrs Mills' cows to £8 17s 6d, light bullocks £11 2s 6d, Mr P. O'Brien's pens of cows £10 10a to £10 168, Mr M. Davis' cows to £S 16s, Mr J. Jessop's heifers L9 4s to £10 14s, bullocks £13 7s, Mr Geo Zacher's cows to L7, Mr E. Jennings' at L8 lis.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
Auctioneers. Ifatliieson ai(d Davis AUCTIONEERS. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Sale, Traalgon, M?a, Heboid, And 5 St. James' Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent, SPECIAL SALE ~ STORFCATTLE HEYFIELD WEDNESDAY, JUJSE 9TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as above 250 Mixed Cattle 3.00 Xbred Ewes, 8 tooth, in lamb to Lincolns. Adanp),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 Cattle, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and Calves, Wednesdays «nd Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays EARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY. - PURE STOCK SALESMEN. Trust Monies to lend, lowest rales Sworn valuations made Send particulars of your requirements. P. O'CONNOR, Heyfield, Forwarding Agent H. TRYHORN, UNDERTAKER, hkyfield. ORDER.S received timing Busi ness hours at Store opposite Station ) other time.s at Residence in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
Y©U want . . ®sfH£Z©N 99 At least, we presume you want the BEST ACCuKDION the world. produces-and that is CKRTa INLY the " MS/.ON." They cost a little more than some others, but then Well, you will know why when you hear their rich, lull, orgusi-like Tone, and see how exquisitely they are made and finished. . PRICES 'The Celestial Mezon, 30/-; The Orfran Mezon,* .35/-; The Wonder Mezon, 42/-; The Grnud Organ Mezon, 63/-; The Chromatic Mezon, 50/-. Carefully packed and forwarded to any address. lMY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. Send your address for it to-day and I will mail it, FREE. PLEASE NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is LYOPlfS 256 B0URKE STREET> MELBOURNE Ess B Ono Door Above Swanston Strati ORDER YOUR SUIT BY MAIL! 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 materi...
The Heyfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 3 June 1915
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY HORNING The business places of Heyfield will be closed all day On Monday, ELing't Birthday. For a peri d of four y ars from the 1st July next, the stamp duty payable O" receipts of L2 and over will be 2d : on bill of exchange drawn in Victoria and payable in Victoria, on promissory noteB, on settlements and on deeds oi g.ffc the stamp duty will he twice the amount now payable. The new two' penny duty stamps will be available for purchase on and after 28th June. On Thursday evening last a farewell social was tendered to Mr and Mrs Sol Osborn and daughters in the Tina in ba Hall, when a large number of visitors was present from MafiVa, Newry, and Heyfield distiicts. During the evening Mr J. AUardyee made a presentation of a handsome travelling rug, and re ferred in pleasing terms to the 1'rtgli esteem in which Mr and Mrs Osboru and family have ever been held by the residents of the district. Messrs Pel letier and Vauahac (MaffraV and "Mr T. B. Anderson also sp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from /Vge. BOLS GIN TORE AND VERY WHOLESOME. " v DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 385 YEARS. MAGNIER'S Pure French Grape "BRANDY Cognac Th© Original House of f£ll S^^St CH STEWART, Edinburgh ^gjP 1h^«P WW C3&H « Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP \A/ I ^ Lf %# " DRINK STEWART* I " WW ill V% V FIVE RULES FOR ( FORTUNE FIVE RULES FOii FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas, fcixperimeafc. The world is eager for something new, which, however sijnple it may be, irill save labor or expense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure--re duce. W£U3t«. People '.vho handle things in every clay ago are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capitai , ista of to-morrow. Head the splendid advice that iichson gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries-then se cure your own l»gal monopoly *or yottr righte by becoming a patentee. I 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a...
JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER III. THE SOLDIER'S SLOUGH [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
JET itiUNTER S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER III. THE SOLDIER'S SLOUGH "It sounds like 'Help!' Dame Keiz «xcl aimed tlie young man whose quick .ars had. first ? caught the distant sound, and' who uow thrust aside his books and started to hw feet. "Some thing must have happened down dale." "L»t a be, let a be," grumbled the old woman tu who lie spoke, looking up from some household task in a remote corner ,aii 1 turniug a wholosome race towtudb the iirei speaker. '"Alo in, wjt out, my docrv. 1; i^ hay harvest tiir«* now, and so inuny rambling lads aboiu beside* the lrishvry that come from be yond the sea. and '' Bui at this juncture a shadow dark c«Bed the door, and into the house place of ihe lonely dwelling- -one of thos« houses plainly built of dry stone, of which wo Bee HO many in the north uf England, and in the southern coun ties )ew o>' more-burst a panting run ner. '-Oaptain!" tried out the breathless messenger of ill, "Captain-Why, "Mr Don-whererw's Captain Jedson and th» roatp" ''...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
Completely Run Down Owing to Indigestion. on. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT P!LL3 EFFECT RAPID CHANGE. "I was suffering with indigestion for a period of eighteen months and found no benefit from many medi cines used," writes Mr. John Henry Yarwood, of Forest Lane, off Bar nard-street, Bc-iidigo. "'My health \vn s completely run down through want of nourishment to the system, i could take nothing into my stomach without retching, on one occasion I went four days without a bite of food. My appetite was gone and I could not eat. In my sheer exhaus tion and despair I tried Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and can well re iricniber it; an early improvement was discernible, and after taking a few doses I commenced to make rapid strides towards my old condi tion. My appetite was soon restored to its normal state, and I say Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills achieved a positive triumph in my recovery from indigestion. I cannot speak too highly of your great remedy which stands unrivalled in my estimation." ...
DISPLAY OF RED CROSS WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
DISPLAY OF RED CROSS WORK. Residents of Heyfield and district will, from to-day, June 10th to 17tl>, have an opportunity of viewing a dis play of Red Cross work made by the members of the Heyfield Red Cross Society. The display will be made at Mrs Young's Heyfield Arcade, and will consist of pyjamas, shirts, pillow cases, handkerchiefs, pneumonia jackets, mit tens, choiera belts, Bifaclava helmets, slippers, bandages, scarves, sox, etc. Amongst the comforts are many articles made (and beautifully made, too), by school children, who have taken a most active interest in this good work. It may also be interesting to mention that amongst the moat in defatigable workers is Mrs Stagg, of Heyfield, who also worked for the sol diers in the Crimean War. The object of the display is to interest those who have not yet subscribed to the funds of the Society, and also to give many of the subscribers an opportunity of viewing the month's work.
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning Home parts of the district ne-vs coihph but seldom. Now this is not the fault of the Editor, for he has I.O lljiraiMllulIh m of knowing what is h«ppmiing in nil iho places in the area of cii dilation. . JVis the fault of residents in aiient places. Will some man or woman take ;he matter in hand and cause the silence to cease. Send accounts of.public and social events id your township or neighbor hood. Give informalion,, but let criticism alone. The information will probably be right, and the public can make their own deductions .therefrom. Do not bother about grsmnni' or spelling; it's the editors wo:t to look nfter these triflqp..
TURF TOPICS. (Written for [?] Heyfield "Hera[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
TURF TOPICS. (Written for - Heyfield "Hera' A.gratifying response was made l>y I owners last week to tlie call for on i trios l'or Llie bjg jumping events of the \» inter, and also tile many important I lacL-.-; of iho .spring. So far, at least, the Kaiser's show of force and bruta lity lias not seared rawr/g folk in fcliis country. Their motio is: "Business as usual." jS'or, as l'ar as one can see, need there be any closing up of the racecourses in this country. So long as our young men continue to join the colors in appreciable numbers(, and those who can afford it, subscribe to v.'artisi helping the different patriotic funds, there jS hd cause to turn our gallopers out, and abandon racing liates. That would only make things worse, add they arc bad enough in all conscience. it would seem that the success of the Grand National campaign at least is assured. When entry day came, they found the horses as they always do, the nomination lists for the big jumps having liiied quite sat...
The Heyfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
PUBLISHED EVKKY THURSDAY MORNINCH We have received from Mademoiselle lima Caron ft book entitled "Under the Kaisei'w Thumb." Mademoiselle Citron spent about five years in Dres den, following her musical studies, and her books contains many interesting facts concerning the nation that has succeeded in upsetting the equilibrium of Europe. She writes in a free, racy style of the people and their ways under peace conditions, and looking through a woman's eyes nhe sees things that undoubtedly appeal more to her own sex, and points out the big dis advantages women have under the German laws. In fact, Miss Caron shows clearly that whether one be in profession or trade, poor or wealthy, one is under the Kaiser's thumb in erery sense of the expression. At a meeting of the business people of Heyfield, held on Thursday evening, it was decided to form a Traders' Asso ciation After the discussion of a few preliminary matters, a committee was appointed to draw up mltH to be sub mitted to and cons...
PAST TEN[?]E EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
PAST TEN>E EXPLAINED. Mary had a little cash, which hubby earned, you know, and everywhera that Mary went the cash was sure to 6° One day unto a bargain sale, oa millinery bent (a beehive-coal-v-ise bat she craved), the cash and Mary went. Two hats, three blouses, and a skirt, some lace, a satin tie, and goodness knows what else beside, while there, caught Mary's eye. Of Mary's little treasury the bill made quite a hash ; the past tense thus is justified regarding Mary's cash. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6,
COWWARR BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
COWWARR BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. A cheque for £181 9s, being a second .instalment, was forwarded to the "Argus" Belgian Relief Fund last week. The amount was received from the following sources : A niHteur Race Meeting £125 15 6 Concert ... ... 9 0 7 Euchre Parties, Dancps 22 9 8 Proceeds Conrad Power's Per Mr H. S. Tembv's list 9 9 0 Per Mr G. Woods' iist 7 10 6 The builder builded a house of brick, 'Twas as sound as sound could be, But the builder himself was out of repair, And a ragged cough coughed he. " 'lis a wooden suit I'll be wearing soon," Said he, and his face was dour, But he beat the old Reaper in just two hours With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. "Killarney" Donations of fruits 4 1 3 3 2 6 £181 9 0
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
RED CKOSS SOCIETY. The Treasurer of tbe Hey field Red Cross Society acknowledges the follow ing subscriptions fur May : Collected by Miss Slattery-12s. Collected by Miss Dtvey-15s. Collected by Misa M. Greaves-LI 12s. Collected by Miss Ella Pearson-£1 17s. Collected by Miss Wright-£1 13s. Collected by Miss Ferguson-£1 4s. New monthly subscribers (Is)-Miss Lyla Robertson, May Roberts, Myrtle Uisley, Mrs W. Smith, Tom Jennings, Bert Jones, Donald Stockdale. Sundry contributors.-Miss Hazel Whitelaw Is, Miss Robson Is, Mrs T. Anderson Is, Mr F. Edmonds 2a 6d, Mr H. J. Fitton Is, Mr Ashton Is, Mrs Conrad Grimiue 10d 6d, Miss Fitzpatrick 16-?. Donations-Mrs Davey 6 yds calico, Mrs Evans, Cretonne, Mrs Stagg, Cretonne, Lucy Roberts 2 pairs mittens, Doris Huffer 3 pairs mittens, Sylvia Ripper 2 pairs, Doris Skeels 1 pair, Ella Jennings 1 pair, Winnie Donald son 1 pair, Doris Haibeck 1 pair, Esther Mustcn 1 pair, Mis Rumpfl 3 pairs sox, Mis Pettis and Mrs Bessanfc books, Mr Fitzpatrick blank...
GLENMAGGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
GLENMAGGIE. (Front our own Correspondent) A working bee was organised at Gionmagoie on Thursday Iwst by the Rev Father Siianahan for the purpose of gravelling around the new chinch, and making a gravel drive in from the front gates, and grubbing and burning stumps and logs, and otherwise improv ing the ground, I'm sure Father Shanahan must have been very grati fied by the splendid response made by the Catholic people of the district, as there was scarcely a house not repre sented by some member. About 9 a.in. workers bpgan to gathei, and it was not long till the sound of the axes began to ring out, and the pick and shovel were brought into action, and those who thought they would live and die on the farm began to think that after all they had missed their real calling, and that they should have been navvies, as shifting gravel on that day was such a glorious occupation. The ladies turned out in great force, and provided dinner for the workers, which I assure you, I was no small orde...
MADEMOISELLE IRMA CARON AND CLEVER COMPANY. VISIT HEYFIELD TO MORROW NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
MADEMOISELLE IRMA CARON AND CLEVER COMPANY. VISIT HEYFIELD TO MORROW NIGHT. Mademoiselle Irina Gavon, the talen ted French Operatic singer, violinist and dancer, supported by a clever com pany of artiste, including Miss Ida Burnett, who sings popular melodies at tho piano; Mr Norman Leslie, come; dian; Mr JB. Nobel Wheeler, tenor; also duettists and a quartet, will appear at the Mechanics' Hall, Heyfield, to morrow (Friday) night, June 11th. The entertainment to be given covers a very wide range of vocal, musical and dancing numbers, principally in charac ter. Mademoiselle Caron gives a most versatile programme herself, quite apart from the other members of her com pany, and the management is confident when it states that she is undoubtedly the most dainty and finished artist in her characters from grand and light opera who has ever visited Gippsland. Her principal characterisations are from Carmen, Faust, and Maritana, all in correct costumes; her violin solos including such fine n...
PEGOUD'S EXPLOIT. 290 MILES OVER GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 10 June 1915
PEGOUD'S EXPLOIT. 300 MILES OVER GERMANY. A short time ago M. Pegoud, the well-known French airman, piado a flight over German territory, carry ing us a passenger a corespondent of the Phare do la Loire, who thus des cribes his journey: "Turning duo north, -ye saw tho towns of LuxemJ >urg disappearing from j sight. On our -eft was the capital, on our right wo fast approached j Gvovcunemaker. There largo Gor ' man forces were being concentrated, j Wo circled the place, and I took notes J down of all I saw. Thou wo contin S ued en route, and soon arrived at the ! largo station of .. Here, on look ing down, all one could see was a mass of crossing lines, entwining one another like snakes. "Three 'looping the loops' as only Pegoud knows how to do, and then wo started on our return journey. AVo reached Tliionvillo at eleven at uight, ! «nd after circling the town, we con tinued until we were above Metz. Leav- j ing Germany we reached Belgian terri tory-all in four and a quarter hours,...