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It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 12 September 1914
it Is Sa|d. That Constable .Tones arrived at Bfirrinfja on Tuesday, and entered upon bis now duties. ■ That there will bo a stir at Ber rinfja on Wednesday—the day fixed Cot a local wedding. Tiiat, in order to permit of fhe prps»ncR of Mr J. Chatham, M.L.A., thf conference of tin- Suarsdalfl and Smythesdile borough councils has bean fixed for 21st inst. . That lighting and other alerations ire now .being effected at the Ber ringa State school. That the send off to the Scarsdale soldiers last week was one of the most enthusiastic demonstrations a.ver seen in the district.
Grenville Shire Council. Thursday, 3rd September. STATUTORY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 12 September 1914
Gienviiifi stilre GquqgII. Thursday, 3rd Soptombor. STATUTORY MEETING. Present—Crs Douglas (chairman, in the absenco of President Vaughan, for whom an apology was received), Wallis, Ken nedy, Poynton, Blakeley, Nunn, Clarke, and Shepherd. It was-decided that, the president's al lowance be £40. The whole of the council was appointed a finance committee for the ensuing year. Cr Clarke moved that Cr Kennedy be president for the ensuing year. Cr Wal lis seconded.—Carried. ~ Cr Kennedy, in taking tho presidential chair, thanked councillors for tho honor conferred upon him. Ho .was sure tho business would, as usual, be "conducted in a businoss-like way. He said he had erred, but ho was sure councillors would forgive" and forget. He moved a vote of thanks to tho retiring president, and he was sorry he was not present. Although he had lived a long way away ho had attended regularly and carried out his duties well. Cr Poynton seconded.; Cr -Vaughan had carried out his duties with dignity to ...
THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 12 September 1914
THE SENATE. The voting in the Berringa sub' division'for the Senate was as fol lows :— Barker ... ... 447 Barnes ... ... 447 Blakey ... ... 447 Cook ... ... 13j> Edgar ... ... 133 Findley... ... 443 Manger ... ... .140 M'Coll ... ... 137 M'Kissock ... 443 M'Lean ... ... 136 Russtli ... ... 44G Trenwith ... 132 Informal, 19. The voting for the 6ix Labor ser ators for Yictoiia conclusively shows that, so far as returns have come to hand, the election of the six Labor senatois seems assured. The figures for Victoria and the other states in the Commonwealth are VICTORIA. J. Barnes, Lab 314,838 S. Barker. Lab 314,093 E. J. Russell, Lab. ... 314,012 N. N. M-Ivissock, Lab. ... 313,S0i) A. E. H. Blakey,'Lab. ... 312,275 E.Findley, Lab 309,025 J. H. M-Coll, Lib. ... 274,3?8 S. Manger, Lib. ... ... 273,903 W. H. Edgar, Lib. ... 270,740 J. II. Copk, Lib 2G9.8S4 W. A. Trenwith, Lib. ... 209.070 W. J. McLean, Lib. ... 208,208
BERRINGA SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 12 September 1914
BERlilNGA SUBDIVISION. A food vote was recorded in the Berringa sub-division, aiic" the vot ing was decidedly in favor of the Labor candidate, Mr M'Grath. The polling passed off without incident of any kind. The voting for the respective candidates was as follows Coltil ham, M'Grath. Beiringa 75 231 StaH'shire Reef 7 40 Grand Tiunk , 13 30 Italian Gully 15 66 figgoreet S 54 Happy Valley 16 4S 127 ■469 Informal, 4.
QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 12 September 1914
QUEENSLAND. R. T. Givens, Lab. ... 130,SS5 W. J. R. Mangiian, Lab. 130,682 M. A. Fenick?, Lab. ... 130,582 J. G. Stewart, Lab. ... 130,109 J Mullan, Lab. ... ... 129,702 H. Tnilfy, Lab 129,171 T. W. Ciawford, Lib. ... 101.1102 F. Johnson, Lib. ... ... 100,41S A, P. Jonee, Lib. ... 99s9S0 W. AitcbiEon, Lib. ... 99,S0o E. E. Smith, Lib. ... 99,35S M. W. O'Donnell, Lib. ... 98,002
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 12 September 1914
NEW SOUTH WALES. A. Gardiner, Lab. A. J. Gould, Lib. ... A. McDougall, Lab. J. Grant, Lab. E. D. Milieu. Lib. D. Watson, L:.b, ... C. W. Oakee, Lib. A. Eae, Lab. F. Coen, Lib. I. M. S. Smith, Lab. H. E. Pi alter, Lib, A. K. Ti6thcw.tr>. Lib. .. 6'Jd, UUli ... 321,71:5 .. 321,238 320,l.U2 .. 319,%.'! ... 317,454 ... 314.558 ... 312.516 ... 306,G3S ... 304.781) ... 303.793 ... 300,792
SMYTHESDALE. COMMON MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 12 September 1914
S3IYTKKSIUL!;. COMMON MANAGERS. The quaiterly meeting of the managers was held on Monday evening. Mr D. M'Menamiu pre sided. The secre tary reported that lie had -written a lptter of condolence to R. Haliy, which was approved.of. The secretary repoited that 1GS cat tle, 2G horses, and 7 goats had been registered during the quarter, and the fees collected Mnotmled to £10 lis Gd. It was resolved to purchase a bull calf, to be reared lip on the common. Accounts amounting to ;£12 Cs 3d were passed for payment.
ROKEWOOD JUNCTION. MECHANICS. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 12 September 1914
HOKEWOOI) jr.MTIO.X. ■MECHANIC'S. The animal nvetiii!,' of siilscribe;s -was held on Saturday night. Mr "W. Collyer presided. The balance sheet, as presented by Mr C. F. How?, showed the receipts for the year to be i>5(.) los t>J' and the ex penditure £:;0 ]6s ~>d. leaving a credit balance of .-£8 'li's Id. The following officers wtre elected:— President, MrW. Collyer; secreiary. J[r 0. F. Rowe; auditors, Messrs H. Jacobs and .1. Kigby; committee, MessrB J. Bower, W. Green, T. Pit man, C. Holdsworth, W. Somers. A vote of thanks was passed tho re tiring officers for their services.
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 12 September 1914
CYCLING. Paul Guignurd, tlie veteran French pace follower, who holds the woil l's long distance champion ship and the world's hour paced track record of f>3 miles 255 yards, is n most remarkable rider. In win ning the 100 Uilms. miles) championship of Fiance tor the, fourth time despite bin ban accident early this Reason, which kept him in hospital for some weeks, he has proved that, by judicious tiaining, a distance rider is no back number at 40 years of age. Eight riders faced the starter, but Guignard beat the second man, Parent, by 2|- laps in 1 hr. 22 mins. 18 2/5 Btconue.
BALLARAT SEAT. MR M'GRATH'S ELECTION SURE. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 12 September 1914
I5ALL.Ut.VT SEAT. * MR M'GRATH'S ELECTION SURE. The returns fnm the different pnrts of the Bnllaiat constituency,' together with the absent votes so far counted, give Mr M'Grath such a substantial Wd over Mr Coldham, that his re-i ltction as the represent ative for BaUaiat in the House of Representatives is assured. The figures up to Thursday night are M'Grath 1G,202 , Coldham f... ... 15,655 Majority for M'Grath 517 There remains (350 voles to count.
The Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 12 September 1914
He Fensrai Elections. In spite of the efli. cts of the war, the electors of the Commonwealth did their duty wonderfully well by going to the pi.Us on Sum day last. The resuls proved a decisive victory for the Labor parly, who have work ing ms.joiitits; in both Houses of Parliament. The slate of parlies in the Senate is—Labor, 551; Liberal, f>. House of Kepressutalives—Labor, 41; Liberal, 553.
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 19 September 1914
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. G. F, Pearce, Lab. ... fab,bid P. J. Lynch, Lab. ... 64,598 E. Needham, Lab. :.. 64,378 G. Henderson, Lab. ... 64,050 R. Bnzacott, Lab ... 63.711 H. De Largie, Lab. ... 62,880 W. J. Butcher, Lib. ... 59,985 W. E. Dempster, Lib. ... 56,960 G. L. Throasel, Lib. ... 55,720. J. Thomson. Lib.... ... 55,059 V. P. H. Spencer, Lib. ... 54,229 C. F. J. North. Lib. ... 53,953
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 19 September 1914
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. J. W. Shannon, Lib. ... 180,913 J. Newland, Labi ... 112,ISO J. Y. O'Loghlin, Lab. ... 111.S92 If. S. Guthrie, Lab. ... 111,31)8 W. Senior, Lab 110,097 W. H. Story, Lab. ... 107,887 E. L. Yardon, Lib. ... 90,060 B. Benny, Lib 89,2G7 G. P. Jenkin, Lib. ... 88,899 G. F. Stewart, Lib. ... S7,745 P. M. Daly, Eib 87,083
QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 19 September 1914
QUEENSLAND. R. T. Givens, Lab. ... 141),307 M. A. FerrickB, Lab. ... 148,716 W. J. 11. Manghan, Lab. 148,376 J. 0. Stewart, Lab. ... 147,892 J. Mullan, Lab. ... ... 147,557 H. Turley, Lab 147.0S4 T. W. Crawford, Lib. ... 112.774 W. Aitchison, Lib. ... 111,531 F. JobusoD, Lib 111,407 A. P. Jones, Lib. ... 110,828 E. E. Smith, Lib. ... 109,9SS M. W. O'Donnell, Lib. ... 109,590
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 19 September 1914
NEW fcOUTH WALES. A. Gardiner, Lab. A. McDougal), Lab. J. Grant, Lab. A. J. Gonlrf, Lib. ... E. D. Millen. Lib. D. Waleon, Lab, ... C. W. Oakes, Lib. A. Hue, Lab. F. Conn, Lib. I. M. S. Smith, Lab. H. E. Pratten, Lib. A. K. Trethowan. Lib.
THE SENATE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 19 September 1914
THE SENATE. VICTORIA. J. Barnes, Lab • 6A5,baS) S. Barker. Lab. -... ... 333,400 E. J. Russell, Lab. ... 333,018 N. M'Kiseoek, Lab. ... 332,632 A. E. H. Blakey; Lab. ... 330.913 E. Findley, Lab. ... ... 328.199 J. H. M-Coll, Lib. ... 292,837 S. Mauger, Lib. ... ... 292,011 W. H. Edgar, Lib. ... 288,CM J. H. Cook. Lib. ... ... 288.13f> W. A. Tremvitli, Lib. ... 287.540 W. J. McLean, Lib. ... 28G,323
Making Up for Lost Time. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 19 September 1914
Making Up for Lost Time. Husband (to second wife): You don't cook like Alice, my first wife, used to do. No; it seems to me you can't cook like she used to. On another occasion he remarked: "You are "ot so smart at getting about as Alice was. You don't appear to catch on where she left off." About this time a heavy rolling-pin came in contact with his head. "What do you mean by that?" he ex claimed, in agony. "I am doing the work that Alice ne j glected," she replied, with evident sat I isfaction.. I There was more peace in that ' household afterwards. ' ' ^_v : a