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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915

Blotches On Face CAUSED BY BILIOUS CONDITION Nothing is more worrying to peo ple, especially ladies, than to have their complexions spoiled by pim ples and blotches. These are invari ably due to poor condition of the blood, caused by a disordered liver not performing its functions, and a remedy that "will set the liver right is consequently the only thing to free one from these disfiguring and painful eruptions. An excellent in stance of the efficacy of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills as a blood puri fying remedy is related by Miss Vio let Bayley, of 3 Moores Street, off Botany Rd., Alexandria, N.S.W., who writes:-"just a few lines to say that I have "been taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills and found they do me a great amount of good. Pre viously I was always suffering from Bilious Attacks, in addition to* this I had red patches on my face and was languid and tired every day. Having taken doctor's medicines without feeling any better for it, and as one of my cousins had re ceived a ...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TALLEST TREE OF THE OLD WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915

TALLEST TREE Or THE OLD Vi/ORLS. ' J)r. tihihtsawa, a. Japanese botanist, recently found in Formosa a gigantic cv,press (Cuprcssus t'ormoscusis, which is by far the largest tree of the Old World. Some seeds from this, sent to Kew Gardens, havo now germinated and produced a promising stock of young plants. This new cypress, which at . tains a height of lt'o ft,, .with -a girth of 67 ft., will be a most 'valuable ad dition to our British trees, certainly for ornamental purposes, and (says the Westminster Gazette) probably also for timber. ? :

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RUNNING A STORE. WITH A FEW REMARKS ON THE CREDIT SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915

RUNNING A STORE . WITH A FEW REMARKS ON THE CREDIT SYSTEM. (By Silas Snell), When I aold out my farm at Butter Fat Meadow, a short period of inoccu pation followed while I was looking; around for Bome new avenu6 for my energies. At tbia time I met a friend wlio advised, "Why not go into busi ness, and have a dry roof over your head ?" This remark about the dry roof tickled me immensely, for it had been | a wet winter on Butter Fat Meadow,, i »nd decided me to purchase the busi ness of a general store at a town re joicing in the native name of Coolun goloo. I opened with a flourish of-" trumpets, and an advertisement in the local paper stating that "the man has arrived who will shake up the dry bones of Coolungoloo." I put a sign writer on to cover every foot of sign board and wall with attractive adver tisements, and even painted the asphalt footpath with remarks about tinned fruit and self-raising flour "that will raise a batch of bread like the well directed boot of an angry fathe...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915

Auctioneers. Sjatijta} and Davis AUCTIONEERS. TOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP and CATTLE SALESMEN, Sale, Tmbon, Mra, Bejfitl&i And 5 St. James'Jiuildings, Meibourn P AT O'CONNOR, ! Local Agent. SALE HORSE SAEL THUK SD4Y, JULY 1. MATIIIES ON AND DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their nex .t Horse Sale at Sale -on above date. All horses left with P- O'Connor, 'Heyfield, Will be take- 3 down free. Good grass paddock provided. f SPECIAL SALE STORETATTLE HEYFIELD W JEDNESDAY^ JULY 7TH. Ml ATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as above Early Entries Invited* Mupii, StrettM Co PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 'm BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and ^Thursdtty at their Bazaar AT NEWMARKET-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat '"attle, 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 Sen...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915

0' '%* j '; ??? '. . ,' V"'. * : M M For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, 65M8 YOBB SUIT BY MAIL! . O'jr lar<Je Mail-order Department hao been specially organized for the benefit of Country Clients who ap* prccfatc style, fit, and finish at a reasonable price. Our SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ are of excellent quality materials; the flno finish and the comfortable yet perfect fit of each SUIT leaves nothing to be desired. We arc Specialists In MEN'S TAILORING and BOY'S OUTFITTING, doing nothing elso and dolniJ It well. Write for patterns and self-measure ment forms-post free. SUITS, ready to wear, BaMarat Sergo, smartly cut. 25/. TROUSERS, Men's, Good Tweed, 3/11, 5/0, 7/6 HATS, Hard Felt, latest shape. 4/3,6/3.3/5, Panamas,10/8 SHiSTS, Zephyr, soft fronts. stifTcuff3,2/11,3/8 HUGH NICHOLLS, £04-203 B0U3XE STREET, ftSSLBOUaKE (Next Waxworks). f MM-m. ptfcSteSh II f4 b* Wholee&le Only-Petersen :«n;» U i iy. i\i Hi illlill I1H 4MilnE4RT{E^> BlWlpn COME people h...

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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915

CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat Cattle-2045 yarded. Excited demand and values again much higher, record prices "being obtained. Beat penB of bullocks L23 to £27 10s, odd beasts to £43, good L19 10s to L22, light and handy L17 to L19, seconds and inferior from L15. Best pens cows £16 to L18 15a, odd beasts to £21 7B 6d, good LI 2 to £16, others from £6. Fat Calves-640 penned, demand . keen, and prices decidedly dearer. MathieBon and DaviB sold 96 fat cattle and calves, including 11 bul locks, light weights, J. D. Campbell, Traralgon, at LI7.

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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The Henfield Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 1 July 1915

% ft## f(qalt(, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Attention is directed to an adver tisement of the Manufacturers Bottle Company of Victoria, Pty., Ltd., which appears in our advertising columns, giving notice to bottle dealers and others, that all bottles with the trade mark and brand "M B. over C.V." in a Spade, moulded thereon, are their sole property and when the' contents are once used, the bottles must forth with, on demand, be returned to the company or its duly authorised agents. The closing scene in connection with the old Long Tunnel mine was enacted on Friday last, when the remaining portion of the machinery, plant, e*c., w»3 submitted to auction in the pre sence of a large crowd, mainly composed of outside buyers. Good prices were realised for a great proportion of the lots sold. The representatives of the vendors (Miller and Go), had a busy time, and the auctioneer, Mr Dodds, put up a record by selling 843 lots in 7J hours. The up-todate winding plant was passed in at £7...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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HORRID. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

HORRID. "I wonder ivh,)- Miss Wrinkles always ?wears a veil?" "I suppose she has not the face to go without it," '

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THEN SPAKE THE "DEAD." [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

THEN SPAKE THE "DEAi>.:: Jt was a. suit iu Chancery, and there was a great gathering of the deceased's family, quarrelling, as relatives will, over the division of the spoils. The lawyers engaged chuckled, for the suit seemod likely to be prolonged and com plicated. There wer# many lawyers, too, and the judge marvelled at the immensity of the deceased' man's family as silk and stuc rose in rapid succession, intro ducing themselves with the usual for mula: "And J, my lord, am for the nephews (or nieccs, or fifteenth cousins removed, as the case may be) of the deceased." "The procession seemed in terminable, but at last it came to an end. Then a small voice was heard tim idly saying from the back of the court, "May 1 be allowed to speak, my lord?" There was dead silence its his lordship adjusted his spectacles and asked rather dejectedly: "Who are you?" The answer was, to say the least, un expected. "I am the deceased, my lord," said the modest voice from the back of the court. Tha...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

Now's the time to put your machino in order for the coming season. You cm spare it now without causing loss and 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. Do it I While Milk Supply I is Small j J. BARTRAM & SON Pty. Ltd., 586 BOURKE STREET. A1ELB0URNE. FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE FIVE BULBS FOR FORTUNE 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eag*r for something new, which, however simple it may be, will save labor or expense, or do &l'ings better. L«t it be more convenient, or promote pleasure-re duce waste. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors ot better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow. Head the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries-then se cure your own legal monopoly ior your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. ...

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JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER VI (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER VI (Continued) It iraa a genuine look of surprise trliicli came into tfir Richard Mo. *. main's face, and for a moment lie seemed in d»ubt as to whether lie were not conversing with a lunatic. He shrugged up hifr shoulders as a French man would have done. "Excuse my astonishment Crouch," he said incred uloubly; "I never contemplated you until this instant in the somewhat novel character of a matchmaker. Hitherto I have kept clear of the rose bowers and raptures of matrimony; why J. hardly know. Perhaps i was fastidi ous in my choice. Perhaps there would have been a hitch as to settle ments, for Mortmain, as you are per haps iiware, my friend, is dipped be yond redemption in the black quagmire si debt." "I can get you out of debt, Sir H>> .ndoed I con," said the rough visitor earnestly. "i can set you free from duns, and make your life easy to you lor your life, at least." .'I should bo satisfied' with that. Your power to aid, friend Crouch, doe...

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CATCH CROPS. CABBAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

CATCH CROPS. CABBAGE. Tiiis crop is bast suited t® a heavy soil, and aiust be very well manured. The plants are generally raised in a seed bed and transplanted out in the field either i» the autumn (Entield var iety) for early summer use, or in spring (Drumhead variety) for autumn use. The plants may be either bought ready for transplanting, or may be raised at the farm in seed beds from seeds sown two or four months before the plants are required, about lib ot aeed being necessary to supply plant* for one acre. The cabbage crop should be heavily dunged and receire a dressing of 1 cwt of superphosphate or oewt of basic slag. Nitrate of soda up to 4 cwt per aero should be applied in several suc cessive dressings at intervals of a few weeks at and after planting out. The addition of salt, to the extent of 4 or 5 cwt per acre, gires seed results on many soils. THOUSAND HEADED KALE. This is a very heavy yielding and highly remunerative erop. If drilled early at tho rate of about olbs pe...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

MELBOVMNE LETTER (From Our Correspondent), Uio message from the Imperial Gov era went asking for more men with or without equipment has given a iUoro serious turu to public thought oa the war than perhaps any particular inci dent of the great campaign. It has impressed the section of tuo cominun ity capable ol' taking thought ol' tho matter with tho fact that the position ol .ilfairs is such as to occasion anxi ety. But thea comes the almost uui lormly reassuring cable messages pub lished in tho newspapers, telling of suc cesses, and advances, aad repulses ol the enemy, prisoners captured and guns taken, but almost silent as to disasters and deficiencies. And tho people al ways anxious to look oa tlie bright side are satisfied to go on in the usual way. It is perhaps getting perilously near an offence to say go, but that systoni of publishing optimistic viows of the situation does a lot to restrict recruit ing. It is not judicious to make known the whole truth, surely it would be be...

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GERMAN OUTRAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

GERMAN OUTRAGES. The committee appointed by the Honourable H. H. Asquith, to inquire into the outrages alleged to have been committed by German troops during the present war, have come to a definite conclusion upon each of the heads under which the evidence has been classified. It is proved (1) That there were in many parts of Belgium deliberate and systematic ally organised massacres of the civil population, accompanied by many mur ders and other outrages. (2) That in the conduct of the war generally innocent civilians, both men and women, were murdered iu largo numbers, women violated, and children murdered, (3) That looting, house burning, and the wuntou destruction of property were ordered and countenanced by the ofEcials of the German army, that elaborate provision hud been made for systematic incendiarism at the very outbreak of the war, and that the burn ing and destruction were frequent when no military necessity could be alleged, being indeed part of a system of gene ral te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

To take REYIYA Tonic. The winter is here, and you want to be prepared for the cold wind and change in the weather 2s 6d and 4s 6d a bottle. Quinine Wine, made from Auldona Special Musctel Wine, is another Tonic I can strongly recom mend to keep you fit, 2s 6d bottle. Don't forget to call for a bottle next time you are shopping. A. STEINTHAL, Chemist and Druggist, HEYFIELD. Rheumati&u&t BENDIGO LADY'S RECOVERY. "Nine years ago I was a great suf ferer from Rheumatism, being laid up for three weeks," writes Mrs. Eliza indeed, having to hobble about with the assistance of a walking stick, when able to leave my bed. The effect of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills was marvellous,- and my recovery was rapid. I only used half a bottle of Pills and became myself once more-restored to perfect health. I am a woman frf usually vigorous health and atfi a great believer in your remedy. My husband also has faith in them for relief of Backache and Kidney Trouble." Dr. Morse's Indian Roo...

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HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report: Moderate yarding of stove cattle at Heyfield yesterday, prioeB very firm. Mrs Ross's store lambs sold to 15s 9d, Mr Bolaud's cows to L5, Mr A. Cum mins' to £& 7«, Brand and Winter's hpifors L3 15s, do. steers L3 2s, pod dies LI lis 6d, and other lots at full rates.

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State Parliamentary Recruiting Campaign. MEN ARE URGENTLY NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

State Parliamentary Recruiting Campaign. MEN ARE URGENTLY NEEDED. (By R. J. M.) Last night in a cafe a foreigner-a neutral-aaid to me : "You will not get many more Australians to go to the war unlePB you have conscription," Because he was a foreigner and might have misinterpreted as boasting the indignant denial that ro*e to t»7 lips I let the remark pass. But atnoug ourselves we cannot afford to ignore what our foreign fellow citizens think of our valor and patriot ism. We will not send a sufficiency of re inforcements to the fighting line in Giillipolt unless by national compul sion ! Are we behaving so that the im partial observer can think that of us ? It is not possible ! Out there on the bloody crags of Gallipoli our brothers are grappling daily with death that our country may be free. For six solid weeks, in the face of fearful odiis, day and night they have held on to their posts in a hell of gunfire and carnage, faithfully believing that as they fall we will step into their...

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RECRUITING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

RECRUITING MEETING. With ft view to carrying out a Re cruiting campaign, a well attended and eiithiifUiiKtio pubiio meeting was held in i lie Mechanics' Hall, Hey lipid 011 Thursday evening last. Or J. Allardyce, in the nhsrnco of the Shire President, occupied the chair. After reading a letter from the State Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, the Chairman said the meeting that night was a preliminary one, mrroiy for the purpose of appointing a local committee to work in conjunction with the State Committee, to carry out a big Recruiting campaign and get more volunteers for the front. It ivmi, per haps, a matter they should be rather ashamed or mac ic was necessary to ask men to fight for their country. They could not live under a better flag than the flag of old England-(hear, hear)-and it waa every able bodied man's duty to go to the front to keep that flag flying. There was no doubt the Empire Was in a very serious positiou, and in need of 6very available man, and to bring the wa...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

TURF TOPICS. A few weeks ago one heura a goof deal of Garltivalion, in connection wltl the Grand National Steeplechase £Ji does not seem to be so much iu favo! just now, tout Adelaide people atil! give him a chance. It is s&ui mat since his arrival at Flemingtoa. Carl million injured himself, but it could no! have been of much importance as he j lias not missed a morning on the track though his work has not been of a searching character. A lightly-weighted, well bred horse Sas gained another Grand National. The thing has happened before many a time in the. history of the race. There is al ways the danger of a really good ho ran being hidden among the bottom lot on I the list. Remember, Marmont, Realm, Obi, and Arqnebnsc, and now Rath farnham has to be added. Ho gained a clear cut victory on Saturday. It is doubtful if another 141bs. would havo stopped the big bay, such a handsome drubbing did he give the opposition. At one time it looked as if Wingarara might score, but when...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 8 July 1915

GOLF. At a general meeting of members of the Heyfield Golf Club, held on Satur day evening last, it whh decided that « the entrance money for the monthly competitions be bunded to the local Red Oman Society. On Saturday, 17th inst., a trophy donated by tlio President (Dr Beat) will bh competed for in a mixed foursomes competition. Members (we presume the gentlemen members) urn requested to select their pa> titers, and hand the namen to the handic;ipper not later than 12 o'clock on the day o! the mutoli. The secretary was instructed to write to the llosedale club and arrange a match, if convenient, for August 7th. The competition for the V.G.A. wa* medals was concluded on July 30th. This competition, which resulted in a win for iiev Fr. Shanaliau and Jlrs Tullnoh, _brouglit in L2 1 Od, which amount has been forwarded to the Sec. Golf Clubs' Patriotic Fund. The fol lowing are the best cards handed in : Rev Fr. Shanalian 145-36 -10!). J P Tulloch 148-33-115. A. Betlieras 145-24-121,...

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