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Foul Breath [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 July 1915
Foul Breath The old saying that "distance lends enchantment" was never more aptly to the point than when applied to those people whose breath is laden with evil-smelling and offensive odours. Many persons appear most attractive at a dis tance, but produce a feeling of pity and disgust when close to, because of the condition of their breath. For instance it makes little difference how beautiful a woman may be, or how charming her manner, if her breath is foul; her charm is gone, and she is at a disadvantage whenever she comes in contact with other people. Foul breath in wo man arouses in man a feeling of re pugnance and a desire to get out of the company of such a woman as quickly as possible, and even women will avoid her. It is, therefore, im portant for every woman who val ues her personal attractions to take such care of herself that this un pleasant and unnecessary complaint is avoided or corrected. Men, wom en, and children who are troubled with this complaint will drive their ...
A TRIP TO MOUNT WELLINGTON. ITS SCENERY AND FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 July 1915
A TRIP TO MOUNT WELLINGTON. ITS SCENERY AND FUTURE. (By J. J. Caldwell, Department of Mine*) Mount Wellington district is situ ated in the northern part of the almost inaccessible portion of the diocese of Sale, in North Gippsland, and about 50 miles in a straight line north from Sale. The mountain itself, which is 5363 feet above sea level, occupies a position on a high range which projects south from the " main divide." This range separates the watershed of the Wellington River on the west from that of the Avon River on the east. The surrounding country, especially in the vicinity of the Wellington River, provides picturesque scenic grandeur which renders its description difficult. To the student of nature there is an unlimited field for observation, and to the geologist many intricate problems which await investigation and solution. The locality is approached by rail to Hey field, a place that, from a commer cial point of view, is regarded as being solid. The land surrounding Hey...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 July 1915
RED CROSS SOCIETY. The Treasurer of the Hey field Red Cross Society acknowledges donations of old linen from the following : Mrs Stagg, Mrs ROBS, Mrs Johns, Mins M'Lean, Miss Garvey, Mrs W. Monde, Miss Motion, Mrs Rum [iff, Mrs Wlight, Mrs Young, Mrs Greaves, Mrs Mills, Miss M'Michael, Mrs C. Norris, Mrs Eziril, Mrs J. Barron, Mrs J. Flynn, Miss Collins, Mrs Johnson, Mrs Huffer, Mrs Chester, Mrs Pettit, Mrs Bolton, Mrs B. Robertson, Mrs J. Drew, Mrs W. Mnston, Airs Aubrey, Miss Ferguson, Mrs Donaldson, Mrs Cuiniuina, Mm 0. Grimvne, Mrs Brad ley, Miss Allman, Mrs A. Cummins, Mrs Green, Mis* 10 Pearson, Mrs Wickhum, Mrs JJurley, Alia O'Brien, Mrs MI-or, Mrs Maddison, Mrs Ske Ih, MTH F. Stagg, Jean M'F.»rhine, Mrs Bessatit, Mis Brown, Mrs II,u beck, MIH Farvis, Mm Wiiitelaw, Mrs P. O'Connor. Mrs P. J. O'C innor, Mis Evans, MIH Roberts, Mrs Fogarty, Mis Z .cher, Miss M'Fiirlane, Mrs Twenty niHii, Miss Kelly, Airs D. Anderson. The Society wish to thank Mr Whitelww for carting the hoxes t...
ARE THE ALLIES REALLY WINNING. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 July 1915
ARE THE ALLIES REALLY WINNING-. Once more, in "Life" for August, Dr Fitchett gives us a wonderful review of the lighting of the month in Europe and on the sea. In the course of one section of this review Dr Fitchett frankly admits that the month has been one of disappointments. In his usual vigorous and picturesque style Dr Fitchett then outlines the fighting of the month on both fronts and in Gallipoli. Having done so, he pro ceeds to point out the bright spots in the landscape snd to anajvse the dis appointments. The result is that he shows us very clearly that in reality the balance during the month has pipped in the Allies' favor." It is a practical and heartening pronounce ment that gives the reader a wonder fully clear idea of the war.
GOWWARR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 29 July 1915
GOWWARR. (From our own Correspondent,) A >>ublic meeting, tinder the auspices of the Recruiting committee and the local branch of the lied Cross Society, will be held in the Mechanics' 11*11 on Saturday evening next to determine what steps the residents of Cuwwarr will take to assist in raisin" the sum of .£250,000 asked for by Lady Stanley for our wounded soldiers. Information has been received by relatives that Jack Hntnmii! has been wounded. It is understood that the Wounds are slight.
MEDICINAL PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
MEDICINAL PLANTS. There is sure to bo a scarcity of me clieunl plants this year-especially tliose grown on the continent. Belladonna, henbane, and foxglove arc three of the principal plants required. Aconite root, although less used, has hitherto been almost exclusively imported from Germany at a price at which it does not pa yto grow the plant in Great Britain. Afc the present price, how ever, it would pay to cultivate it. In the damp peaty soil of Scotland, it would grow exceedingly well, as it r naturally a plant of damp peaty pro ei'.-ities. Camomile flowers, for our o\vn supply of which we have hitherto been largely dependent upon Belgium and France, grow well in any damp, grassy soil, though, curiously enoiy.h they form double flowers where there 16} good drainages. The flowers when open reqiRre to oe protected from tlie rain and gathered on a dry day; but if this can be done in Belgium, the care and foresight of these peopl* may nfc lea*t be copied in England.
EXPLOSIVE DARTS AGAINST ZEPPELINS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
EXPLOSIVE DARTS AGAINST ZEPPELINS. Mr R. F.Robertson , of Dublin 1ms produed an invention designed for the destruction of Zeppelin balloons by aeroplanes. It consists of a steel dart fitted at its rear with fishhook like pro jections. The dart is hollow, and con tains an explosive which burns with a fierce sharp flame. When such a dart is dropped from an aeroplane upon a Zeppelin or other gas balloon. the hooks catch in the fabric aftel' the point of the dart has pierced it, and the ex plosive charge is ignited by pulling backward of a friction detonator. As tho explosion takes place inside the gasbag, its effects are expected to be disastrous.
COLONIES IN THE PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
COLONIES IN THE PACIFIC. Tu tlie course- of a paper read before the Royal Agricultural Society ou March S, entitled '.'European influence in the Pacific/', 1513-19U," Sir "Everard im Thurn (formerly high commissioner of the Western Pacific) said that he was in Australia ivhen war was declared, and even no w he could hardly think calmaly of the outburst, which ho know was common to Now Zealand, of grim delight at the sudden coming of the day which gave Australians and New Zealanders iho opportunity to wipe out, as they so promptly and thoroughly did, every trace of that invader of the j pacific, whose comparatively recent intrusion they had eyed with deep distrust from the first. . In conclusion, Sir Everard said that, assuming the expulsion of tlie German from the I'acifio to be final, he hoped1 that the opportunity for readjustment would he utilised to come to a friendly arrange ment with our French allies for the as signment to one or other of the two Powers of the now jointly adm...
The He[?]field Herald, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING DEPLETION OF DAIRY HERDS. WARNING TO DAIRYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
PUBLISHED BVKKY THURSDAY MORNING DEPLETION OF DAIRY HERDS. WARNING TO DAIRYMEN. Doubtless many readers are aware that at the present time there are many buyers from the North anil Western districts of Victoria in Gippsland with the object of obtaining dairy cattle. It is reported to us that substantial purchases have been made alieady, and it is quite likely big offers will be made to induce Gippslanders to dispose of their dairy cows during the next few weeks, for we understand that en quiries made outside of the S'ate are not promising. As a rule, men are&lt; tempted to dispose of their cattle pro viding good prices are offering, with out looking very far ahead, and if selling by Gippslanders is indulged in to any extent, it will mean a severe blow to thn dairying industry in Gipps land. That they would be very un wise is obvious, for prices promise to be very high during the coming season. Reports received from L'indou suggest this. A representative of one large selling c...
NOT RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
NOT RECOMMENDED. There was a terrible commotion in a cosy homo a few days ago. The young husband, had como home with a raging headache, and his wife was nearly dis tracted with anxiety, it was the first time he had been ill since his wedding a few short weeks before, and the first time the bride had been given a chance to display the nursing" ability she had boasted so much about during their en gagement. Sho fussed around, rubbed his head, patted his pillow, and swathed his countenance in bandages, but still he groaned dismally. Then she started after hor doctor's book, and in a short time returned with a dark brown drink that looked any thing but appetising. The young hus-. band protested against drinking it, but the dear little woman insisted, and fin ally he gulped it down. He made a terrible face, he gasped, spluttered, and shivered over the nau- , Seous dose. At last he gasped out: J "What in the world are you trying to do. Poison me " "Why, no dear," said the young wife, and ...
SPORT AND THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
SPORT AND THE WAR. (By Silas Snell). Tho decision of the Victorian Foot ball Association, and also a number of the country clubs, to abandon or cur tail their fixtures for the season is qui e i'n accordance with popular feel ing. A recruiting poster issued shows up in painful antithesis the spectacle of a madly exciting football match and tho needs of our boys in the Gallipoli Peninsular, who are culling to their comrades to help them. St. Paul, the upostle of the Gentiles, had a vision one night, in which lie saw a man standing on the European shore, beckoning to him, and saying, "Come over to Macedonia and help U3." He went, and that was how Christianity WHS spread throughout Europe. In like manner we see a vision of the Australian standing on the shore of Gallipoli and crying, "Come over and help 11s." And they are going, in tens of thousands, and that in lioff Islamism is going to be overthrown in Europe, and tho leign- ,of Turkish ciueity and oppression ' abolished. At the same...
THEY ALL SWIM. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
THEY ALL SWIM. Addressing the audience, the lec turer said: "A frequent cause of drunkenness is. the desire to drown sorrow. No sor row can be drowned though, in any such way. "jOnee in Paris I found a promising young friend seated on a-cafe terrace swallowing glass after glass of ahsintlie hurriedly. ., : "My boy,! 1 I cried, "what are you doing?" . "My young friend made a gesture ol: despair, and looking up at me with . hlearedi and sorowful eyes, he said: "I am trying to dvowu a care that has learned to swim " HE WAS BAD. First Man: "Yes, I heard you wos in th' 'orspifcal. "Was yor very bad?" Second Man: "Bad? I should think I was bad. - Why a pal of 'mine brought me a bottle of .beer, and I couldn'-tr-as much as look at it." (Perhaps he shrank from a hair of the dog that bit him).
HEYFIELD POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
HEYFIELD POLICE COURT. THURSDAY.-Before Messrs J. H. Pearson and A. Warren, J's.P,. STEALING A BICYCLE. John J. Fenton was charged with stealing a bicycle, on 19th June, the property of Geo Livingston. Constable Ripper prosecuted. George Livingston, paiuttr, residing at Heyfield, said lie first saw the ac cused on Saturday, 19th June. On the following day he left his bicycle on the back verandah at Riddiford's, On Monday, 21st, his bicycle was missing. He made inquiries about it and later reported the matter to the police. He did not give anyone authority to remove the bicyclp. He recognised the machine in court, which he valued at £i, as his property. Aubrey Riddiford, contractor, Hey field, said he remembered Sunday, 20th June last. About 8 30 on that date a man came to him and'asked for work. He would not swear accused was the man. It WHS dark. Said he would givo him work if he came to him in morning. Asked him if he had any place to stay, and he said ''No." Told him he could sta...
PLANT TISSUES THAT BEAT LIKE HEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
PLANT TISSUES THAT BEAT LIKE HEARTS. In certain plants (says a writer in tho! Scientfi'o American)' wo observe what arc known as spontaneous move ments Gyrams (or the telegraph plant) of India is a conspicuous example. Tho lateral leaflets execute pulsating move ments, which are nofc unlike the ryth mic movement of the heart-. Profes sor Boso has studied this clirious phen omenon, and finds that ib has more than a superficial resemblance to the beating of eardiac tissue. The records .obtained show' that the rythmic'tissues of the plant are extraordinarily similar to these of tho animal. _ By the appli cation of ligature, the pulsation of tho heart is arrested;.a similar arrest oc curs in the telegraph, plant , by the pro per application of ligature. Cold low ers the frequency of a frogs heart beat; it also lowors the frequency of the tele graph plants pulsation. Rise of tem perature produces an opposite effect in both in the anim.il heart and in tho beating leaflet. Alcohol and' dil...
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat Cattle-2045 yarded. Market for bullocks fully equal to last week's beat prices, cows ruled higher. Prime pens bullocks L26 3 s 3d, extra to £35, odd show beasts to £54 10a, good L22 to £25, light and handy to £21 10s, seconds and inferior from £10 10a Prime pens cows L19 to £23 10s, odd beasts to L38, good L15 to L17, others from L8. Fat Calves-300 penned, prices decidedly higher.
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
FOR WOMEN "Ambrosine.") Some Household Hints The most obstinate spots of grease, tar, or "wheel grease, which yield to nothing else, may be removed by ap plying a few drops of eucalyptus oil and rubbing slightly. There is. no 'danger of injuring the most delicate fabrics. The oil will all evaporate' in a short time, leaving no trace. An applica tion of talcum powder or Fronch chalk will hasten the process. To dress rabbit skin. Stretch and tack it down on a- board (fur down wards) ; then wtih a rag cleanse it, cov er the skin with, acetic aciU, when all offensive smell will be gone. -Put the skin (while still on the board) in the open air-still better, in tJig sun till dry. Gold jewellery can be cleaned beauti fully in the following way.-Wash it. first of all in warm soapsuds to which a few drop of ammonia have boon ad ded; shake off the water, and lay the jewellery in a bos of sawdust. This method" leaves no marks or scratches. Grate a- little horse-radish into the palm of the hand...
Kindergarten Les sons. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
Kindergarten Les sons. The earth has put on a new dre^s. The woods are hung with a soft, greer mantle, the gardens are bursting intc bloom and the orchards are clotb.ed ir the baautiful colors of their ses.son'i blossoms. Spring gives us a won 'for ful opportunity to take the child en out of doors and review the ooJor training that has been begun during the previous months of their hand work. It will be best to add to the kinder garten equipment this month, renew ing the child's interest by providing a new plaything at once delightful and educational. Buy the kindergarten baby a box of good water-colors, a long handled, coarse Japanese brush made of camel's hair and a block of water color paper. But he has paints, you «ay; why is it necessary to provide him with more? He hasn't real kindergar ten paints; moist colors, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet put up in little tin dishes and packed in a durable, water-tight box. The ordinary paints that one finds in the toy shops ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
Auctioneers. Ifatliiesoi] aqd Davis AUCTIONEERS. &lt;TOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, hk Tnrabon, Mrs, Heyiield, And S St. James' Buildings, Melbourn . PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. COWWARR WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as above 50 Ptime Fat Cows, Bullocks and Heif ers from leading graziers. HEYFIBLD WEDNESDAY, ATJG. 18. ATHIESON and DAVIS will sell as above 50 Prime Bullocks and Cows from leading graziers Adaii}soi|, SiretM Co l'TY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 96 BOURKE ST" MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at their Bazaar AT NkwmArket-Sheep, Tuesdays Fat 1'attle, Wednesdays AT CORPORATION MARKET-Pigs and Calves. Wednesdays »nd Thursdays. Dairy nnd Store Cattle, Fridays EARING-OUT SALES A SPECIALTY. PURE STOCK SALESMEN, Trust Monies to lend, lowest rates Sworn valuations made Send particulars of your requirements. P. O'CONNOR, Hevfield, Forwarding Agent H. TRYi40RN, TJ N D K RT A K E U, HEY...