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THE DRINK THAT WARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 24 June 1915
THE DRINK THAT WARMS. Iii cold weather when something warming in required, there'n nothing better than the beverage O.T. added to water, hot or cold, minerals, beer, rum, or whisky. O.T. has many excellent qualities to recommend it, but its warmirg and comforting effect is "just the tiling" when the Weather is nippy. For the relief of a cold or indigestion O.T. is a real good remedy. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For coughs and colds, never fails, x/6.'
DEVELOPING FRUIT ORCHARDS HOW THE BEGINNER IS OFTEN LAUNCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 24 June 1915
DEVELOPING FRUIT ORCHARDS MOW THE BEGINNER IS OFTEN" LAUNCHED. . "During the planting season 191-1 has occurred the greatest development in laying our apple orchards that New Zealand has yet experienced" (states a note in the annual report of the Wel lington Chamber of ? Commerce). "Some quarter of a million fruit trees -mostly apples of approved commercial export varieties-have been planted. The Nelson district has always led the way in orchard planting; illustrative of this is the fact -that apples exported from the Nelson district in 1012 total led 18,000 cases; 1913, 33,000 cases; 1914, 66,000 cases. The 1915 sea son promises, to greatly exceed tho 1915 season. Most of the work of now planting lias been carried out by large companies acting on behalf of intend ing orchai'dists who are not yet resi dent. The methods adopted by these companies are similar in each case. A supervisor, who is a fruit expert, is appointed for each estate, and a staff of men under him are engaged. The ...
HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 24 June 1915
HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report : A. fair yarding of fat cattle at Heyfield yesterday, composed, with one or two exceptions, wholly of cows. There was a good attendancs of the trade, prices, ruling firm throughout. We quote Oows-6 estate late Mrs Grimme from. L8 to L9 12s, 2 M. Davis £7 5a, L9 6s, 4 Y. Mills £7 Si to £7 10s, bullock, at L8 19a. Heifers-7 Harry Chester £7 to £9 15s, 2 Jos Camming at L9 15s. Store cattle £3 19s to L4 6d.- . Mr Carlvie Smythe, tiie well-known Australian writer and entrepreneur,, left Sydney for England on a Dutch, boat some four months ago. During the voyage the German submarine blockade was declared, and the Dutch captain took no risks, but landed his passengers at an Italian port. Mr Smythe went immediately to Rome and for a month lived in the midst of the political camp, visiting at intervals most of the principal towns in Northern Italy. What he saw and heard during this sojourn he tells the readers of "Life" in the July issue. I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 24 June 1915
Auctioneers. Ijattiieson ai\d Dara auctioneers. *TOCK AND STATION ArjENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Sale, Trwalm, Mra, ^eyfield, And 5 St. James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. ' SALE HORSE SAEL. TKURSDAVT, JULY 1. MATHIESON AND DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above date. All torses left with P. O'Connor, Heyfield, will be taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. SPECIAL SALE STORE~CATTLE HEYFIELD WEDNESDAY, JULY 7TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as above Early Entries Invited" Adamsoii, Strettle & Co PTV. 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 Tattle, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and Calves. Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle, Fridays EARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY. PURE STOCK SALESMEN. Trust Monies to lend, lowest rates Sworn valuations made Send par...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 24 June 1915
r ¥@8J 6S At least, we presume you want the BEST ACO»KMToy the world produces-and that is Ci:ii I A1NI.Y the ** M12/ON." Tbey cost a little mose than some otheis, but then Well, you will know why when you hear their rich, lull. »;r;.an-iikc Tui.e, and see bow exquisitely they arc made and finished. !J«:ICES :-The Celestial Mezon, 30/-; The .Organ . M.czou', 35/r; Th* Wonder Mezon, &lt;2/-; The Grand Organ Mezon, 63/-'; The Chromatic Meson, 90/*. Carefully packed and forwarded to MY CATALOGUE ought to be in your home. £eml your address for it to-day and I will mail it, I'RKB. PLEASE NOTE that 1 have moved a little higher up the street. My new address is LY0H5, 25S BGURKE STREET, MELBOURNE One Door Above Swanston Street. ORDER YOUR SUIT BY MAIL! Our large Mail-order Department has been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap preciate style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SHITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials: the fine fi...
The Heyfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 24 June 1915
tfol Ssftitlrf fo^altl, PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY MORNING Several itemB of interest, including Womeu's Letter, will be found on fourth p»ge. Messrs A. M'Lean and Oo. will let by public auction, at Maftra, on July 2nd, Mr W. M. Buntine's farm, near Hey field. A writ has been issued by Mr A. Farthing, M.L.A., claiming L5000 from Rev H. Worrell, for slander. The allegation is that Mr Worrall said "I have no hesitation in saying that Mr Farthing secured his seat by the three R's-rascality, rum and Rome. On Thursday evening last, Sergeant Tom Kerr was tendered a hearty send off, prior to going to the front, by members and supporters of the Maffra Football Club, of which he had been a prominent member for many years. During the evening Mr Maddock, President of the club, presented Mr Kerr with a case of pipes, and ex paessnd the wish that he would return safely to Australia. Sergeant Kerr suitably acknow'ed the gift. This evening-, in the Mechanics' Hall, the Rev W. A. Millikin will de live...
MUSICAL CHIMES FOR DOORS [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
MUSICAL CHIMES FOR DOOriS A pleasing novelty has b.eeu de vised" in France to take I he place ot: the jingling alarm bells on doors. A plate wrewed ou the top of the door . serves as a bast' for a projecting rod or bracket, from' which hang - »" sot of. chimes. (jji the end of tile .bracket is a flat disc, and aroimd-the.disc arc sns'-: poided several' .sonorous metal tubes; of different lengths or pitches. Iti the middle is a striker disc suspended by a cord. When the door is opened the chimes are set iu movement, and _a pleasing effect is^the result.
NEW RACE OF PYGMIES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
NEW RACE OF PYGMIES. The discovery has just been made in the central portion ot' the Proucli Congo of a race of pygmies hitherto totally unknown. The members of the race are said never to surpass .1.5 metres, about ;ift. ilia., in height. According' to La Kovue, they live entirely isolated on the territory of jVIougiinbo. They build .huts of hemispherical .shape iri clie for est in groups of from live to oO. The chief is an old JJMJI who exorcises abso lute and hereditary authority and elects his own successor. They follow a curious custom, as to food, the women subsisting on edible roots; ivhilc the men livo on the products of_ tho chase. According to a legend anjong them, the former arc .descomlcd from a hedge hog and the latter from a toad. They have vague notions of good and evil, and have a certain cult of the dead, whom they inter with much piety. They are valiant in the defence of their liberty and independence.
CHAPTER VI. THE TRUST-DEED. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
CHAPTER VI. THE TRUST-DEED. 3ir Richard Mortmain, reluctantly suited opposite to his plebeian visitor, himself well-dressed, fastidious and eye ing the intruder with haughty surprise ami disgust but thinly veiled, presented a striking contrast to the ruffian with whom he conversed. ihol Sir Ricli ard was not a good" man might easily be guessed. But there was something of grace and elegance to environ hiin, something thoroughbred about him, lain as he might very possibly be. Whereas Rufus Crouch, on this oceas ! ion of set purpose, showing the more salient points of liis unaiiiiable charac ter, appeared a scoundrel, unredeemed by one touch of gentleness or trait ®t excellence. Each of these two men, so widely divided by rank and worldly circumstances, had known a great deal about the other. Jlufus's reminiscences being, of course, the inoro ample, since ft is better worth the while of a land bailiff's son to drink in gossip as to the heir of his master's title and estates than for th...
JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER V. (Coutinued). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER V. (Coutinued). "A j)orson; Sir Richard, wishes v ry much, if .you please, to see you for a minute. From abroad, i believe/' said the discreet butler, who had ent ered quietly, as a butler should do. "The man is very pertinacious ami won't go away." '.Tell him to write then,'' returned the baronet, arching his eyebrows as lie looked up from behind the newspaper in his hand; ''or call the police. One can't afford ill Loudon to bo open to all comers, Binns, as you ought to know." Binns the butler coughed apologetic ally under his employer's rebuke. It cannot be reckoned among the faults of town-bred servants, especially »u grand houses,-that they are over-ready to ushor ~in unknown applicants. "1 should not have thought of such a. tiling, Sir Richard," he said .mildly, ..only that the party insisted that his name was well-known-name of Crouch please, Sir Richard, and " '.[ do remember such a name. Show him in," said the baronet with a frown. The visito...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
MELBOURNE LETTER (From Our Correspondent). More than usual interest centred in ' the tfisit of the Japaneso training ships. ; The events of tile past ten months, and .the part played by tho .Oriental ally have aroused feelings for the sturdy .little men-u'-win'smcn, vory different, lrom the half-suspicious attitude that existed back in the times of peace. The visitors are a splendid stamp. They are of shui't stature, but wonderfully developed otherwise, and as they marched through the streets to. at tend /the public functions, arranged in liion- honor, they impressed with tlieir fitness to h\c up to the nioal :>l the fighting man-to go anywhere and do. anything.. The people, did not go crazy with enthusiasm over them as they did over the American naval 111011 eight years ago, but thore has been a good deal of real cordiality infused into the welcoming accorded .them, both in public and privately. The Minister for Defence, and others with inside knowledge of the things which canno...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
Users of Do it While Supply s Small Now's the time to t ait your machine in order for the coming season. You can spare it now without causing loss ami inconvenience; besides, our work shop is not over taxed at present; therefore, repairs can be attended to promptly. Don't wait for the cows to come in before deciding. DO IT NOW. J. BARTRAM & SON Pty. Ltd., 586 BOURKI: STREET, MELBOURNE. Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN : PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. - - *? y DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. ** - mi IER'8 * Pure French Grape VBRANDY Stewart's The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINK STEWARTS Whisky FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE F1V1S HULES I-'Uii FORTUNE 1. Cultivate aud perfect your ideas. ; Experiment. The world is eager for i souietliing new., which. however simple j it may be, will save labor or expense, ; or do t-l ings better. Let it be more j convenient, or promote pleasure-re- j duce waste. j People who handle things in ev...
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
BELGIAN 11ELIEF FUND. Dr Best, treasurer, acknowledges re ceipt of tbe following amounts to the above fund : Previously acknowledged £115 11 7 Easter Monday Picnic Committee ... 6 16 11 Mr M'lvor (2/6 week) 5 0 Di Best (2/6 week) ... 5 Mr M. Davis (5s week) 10 Mr Betberas (1 week) 2 Mrs Bolton (Is week)... . 5 Mr Justice (monthly) 5 Mr Henderson (1/ week) 4 Mr Buchanan (1/ week) 5 £124 9 6
STATE PARLIAMENTARY RECRUITING COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
STATE PARLIAMENTARY RE CRUITING COMMITTEE. A united t-ffort must be made to for ward more soldiers from AuEtralia, and the State Parliament has appointed a committee consisting of the Hon. D. M'Kinnon, Minister of Railways, the lion. Frank Clarke, M.L.C., and the Hon. J. W. Billson, M.L.A., Deputy Leader of the Opposition, to organise a | campaign. Every Member of Parliament will assist in the Organisation of his own province or electorate, and with this object in view is asking tbeni to get together local committees. It is de sirable that these local committees should include representatives of all -sections. A fortnight's work in ar ranging details will culminate in a "Recruiting Week" from Monday, 5th, to Monday, 12th July, and local com mittees should have all their arrange ments completed by Monday, 5th July. The.following suggestions are made for the guidance of local committees, hut the modes of recruiting are left largely to their own judgment: During "Recruiting Week" arran...
"SOLDIERS YET, IF YOU'VE GOT IT IN YOU." [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
"SOLDIERS YET, IF YOU'VE GOT IT IN YOU." What will you do when the troops come back, And are marching through the street, When the cheers ring out with a nation'b pride At the sound of their tramping feet) What will you feel when you see the tears. For those who have bravely died 1 For honour's sake, and to right the wrong, They have crossed the great Divide. Fearless, they looked in the face of Death, For a cause that is fair and true; They gave their lives for the Empire's 8a ke, Will the same be said of YOU 1 What will you think in the time to come, When your chance has slipped away, And regret for all that you might have done Will haunt you for many a day 1 For the sake of those who have fought and died, In your King and country's name, Come, play the MAN, ere it be too bte, And take a hand in the game. MART L WYATT, Little River.
APPEAL FOR FUNDS FOR WOUNDED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
APPEAL FOR FUNDS FOR WOUNDED SOLDIERS. The Secretary of the local Red Cross Society has received tbe following cir cular letter: State Government House, Melb., June 15th. Dear Madam, The Yictorian division of tbe Australian Red Cross Society, having at the request of Her Excellency Lady Helen Munro Ferguson, undertaken to organise a collection of fuods for the benefit of the Auatraliau sick and wounded, I shall be deeply obliged if you would assist this endeavor in every way in your power in the district in which your branch of tbe Red CrosB Society is situated. My committee hope that in every part of the State a great effort will be made, and we propose that all funds so collected should be handed over to tbe Australian Red Cross Society to be administered by them for the benefit of the sick and wounded of the Australian Contingents. Contributions to this fund may be sent to the hou. treasurer, T. Grice, Esq, Metropolitan Gas Co., Melbourne, by whom chey will be acknowledged. Faith...
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
TURF TOPICS. Considering the number of candidates reported amiss, the, list ox a..( Hocjp tois for the Grand Nationals *a lugniy satisfactory, it is tovbe feared tiiuc a lew, at least, of the lot still remaining iu are doubtful, but, even allowing for further withdrawals from one cause or another, there would still be plenty of i-i.d iigiit sort of material remaining to! ensure both races being successful from all points of view. At the moment of writing, it seems very probable that Dinizulu will be numbered among the missing when the starting bell rings for the Grand National Hurdle Eace on Saturday next.' The grey is very much under a cloud at present and unless he makes very rapid improvement in the next few days' his chance of seeing the post next Sat-' nrday in anything like good shape seems a very remote one. By the time this letter is converted into typejthere will, perhaps, be altera-, tions in the market, but just now Ad miral Grand seems to be most in peo ple's minds for t...
THE DRINK THAT WARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915
THE DRINK THAT WARMS. In cold weather when something warming is required, there's nothing better than the. beverage O.T. added to water, hot or cold, minerals, beer, rum, or whisky. O.T, lias many excellent qualities to recommend it, but its warmirg and comforting effect is "just the thing" when the weather is nippy. For the relief of a cold or indigestion O.T. is a real good remedy.