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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue .heir subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discon .inuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send thein until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they art directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodical# to be -discontinued. 4. if subscribers move to other places without informing publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are re sponsible. 5. The courts have decided that .' refusing to take periodicals from *he office or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prima facie evi dence of intentional fraud." b. If subscribers pay in advance for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of Ihe time, that they do not wish to con tinue taking it,otherwise the p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
IS YOUR SEPARATOR UNDER SUSPIGION P Do you suspect it of depriving you of part of the cow profits'/ If 7011 do, test the skim milk with a " Paeile'' Babeoek Tester, and sea what amount of. butter fat is being fed to the calves and pigs. Users of II, SEPARATORS rim no risk from butter-fat losses, which shrink the cream cheques, because they get all the cream. Cheap, "short-lived" separators never skim efficiently, and cause their owners so much trouble and expense that sooner or later they will be glad to trade them in for a new "Alfa.'' All sizes, 13 to 450 gallons capacity. For Catalog, Prices, and Terms, write: I J. Bartratn & Son Pty., Ltd. 586 BOURKE St. MELBOURNE Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. IVIAQNIER'8 Wm® Frssdb ?k®p® ^BRAWDYCc JL m m The.Original House of VTOIlga BrTT «3? STEWART, Edinburgh O lap WW CsKSfeli & Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP 1*1 H O If W ' " DRIMK STEWARTS 1 " yg ...
CHAPTER X. AT THORSDALE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
CHAPTER X. ' Al- THORSDALE PARK. ''Bufc, Algernon " "I irill have it so; or else I shall have to obey tlie commonest rules of prudence: to think exclusively of my own healtlij and act accordingly. Of course you can forward my wishes, or thwart them, as you please. I have not lived so long in the world without being keenly alive to the amount-the sickening amount of heartless selfish ness that prevails. I have no right, of course, also, to expect to find an exception in your ladyship's case. But "Algernon, dear Algernon " "But I have the right and shall enforce it, to deniand consideration not merel'y for the wishes, but for the wel fare, of an ailing and suffering-per hays dying, husband. I shall make arrangements for a pro tracted stay at Davos or at St Moritz, Unless you choose to exert yourself as duty, dictates. My health has brought me to Yorkshire, as, before long, it inay probably take me to the upper En gadine or elsewhere-I hear good re ports of the Eocky Mountains, and of ...
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
TURF TOPICS. It is satisfactory to bear that in the reduction of racing .dates, Flemington is not to suffer. This iB as it should be, for the V.R.C. on its own ground caters mainly for the horse of the best class. ¥ou" do not see any three division scrambles at. Flemington, and it U a pity the controlling body does not as jerfc its authority in the direction of curtailing sprinting events, on all courses racing under its rules. Mr. John Murray delivered himself in no uncertain way on tfhe Turf position last iveek. Ho promises "drastic changes" when the war is over. It is to be hoped that when the question is dealt with the sprinting evil will be brought undei discussion. There can be no doubt that the proprietary clubs, especially, have exploited short distanco racing for the benefit of their shareholders. A five furlongs flutter will attract double the number of nominations to a race over a decent distance and this is the reason why these events are so popular with the proprietary ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
The Little Amber Bottle. A FAMILIAR OBJECT IN THOU SANDS OF HOMES. The amber bottle in which Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are pack ed is probably better known as a familiar object about the home cnai any other bottle of a like kind. It is not there as an ornament, but for practical, every day use. In the best regulated fa milies the little ills of life will creep in. Some member of the family cir cle may occasion ally suffer from Biliousness or In digestion, and one or the other will from time to time exhibit the well known symptoms o f Constipation. From these little troubles more ser ious complaints arise and should, therefore, not be neglected. The slight headache, bad breath, and discoloured tongue, are the index to a disordered stomach, and the ne cessity of keeping a safe, sure, and reliable renjedy in the house is ap parent. By following such a course the more expensive method of call ing in a doctor may be avoided. Be your own doctor, prescribe Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills...
JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER IX (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. (»Y IRWIN CLARKE:) CHAPTER IX (Continued) "It's young Jo* iSixoal" orlu '. ol,d Captain Obadiah as be strode aerort th« vaulted chamber, and lifted' the tall stripling in his mighty arms, as a grown man might lift a child. "Poor Joe! ha's about the last of our young ones to stand the murdering heat of the gal lories. First the boys broke down, then tli* girls, smothered with foul air. Joe alone held out. It's grown and seasoned men, not lathy lads, should face yonder heavy heat and killing air.' "Poor fellow!" "Poor boy!" exclaim ed Mrs Langton and Violet Mowbray anxiously, as they Baw the tall young jet-seeker with his death-like pallor, and dim lialf-open eyes, laid upon the floor, and propped against tho wall, while Obadiah kneeling beside him sup ported his heavy head. Tho rector, too, looked anxious, while Sir Richard Mortmain contemplated the unfortun ate digger as he might have done a big fisli just drawn to land. There was ;v' bottle at hand, and a g...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldam. Now this is not the fault of the Editor, for he haB no miraculous powers of knowing what is happening in all the places in the area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in silent places. Will Borne man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease. Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbor hood. Give information, but let criticism alone. The information will probably he right, anil the public can make their own deductions therefrom. Do not bother about grammar or spelling; it*H the editors work to look after these trifles. For Bronchtnl Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6.
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. Fenders have been invited return able this day for the necessary side cuttings, bridgns, culverts, etc., at Glenfalloch from Mount Pleasant to the Top Crossing, also for "ravelling and culvert on the Boisdule road ut the Boisdale hill. Gravel has been provided for the main streets of Hey field as authorised l>y the councillors. On the Tinamba Maflfra ro»d maintenance gravel iff being spread by Flynn. Unaccount able delay took place in this work. I have not yet arranged for the gravel ling near Byron Lodge, Tinamba. Ferguson's Road, Seaton.-The road requires forming with culverts and crossings. It is rough and scoured for the greater part of the length. If funds will not permit the forming, re pairs and scour checking by banks at intervals should be done. The country is suitable for road making but is heavily timbered. The Moroka Valley road fr»m the Mill paddock to O'Conuor'n has been pegged and levelled, and pl^ns are in preparation for t...
HEYFIICLD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
HEYFIICLD MARKET. MeBsrs Mnthieson and Davis report: We held our usual Htnre Hale at Hoy tield yesterday, a fair yaidin« being submitted to a large atteuihanc? of buyers. Prices ruled very high, and a total clearance was effected. We quote - Cows-Ja&. Fogarty'H to L7 10a, Brand and Winter's L6 10s to 1.7, Barton Bros' L5 15s to L6 7b, Geo Marshall's £5 12s, P. J. O'Connor's £5 28. Heifers-Jack Higgins' to L5 10s. Small steers to L5 15s. Poiidiea from LI lis to L2.
AUSTRALIA DAY IN MELBOUENE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
AUSTBAIJA DAY M MELBOUENE. ^Written for the 1' Heyfield Herald'' by M. E. F.) Australia, hail! your day is here, Your soldiers call, Who gladly give, unknowing fear, Their lives, their all. Australia, show in very deed Your joy and pride In those whose duty is their mead, On Right's great side. Australia, give, give all the way In utmcst faith To those who now, on this your day, Are yours till death. Australia, hail! In loyalty Now watch and pray For those on far Gallipoli. It is your day. -Abridged- I i There have been many gala days in Melbourne in its half century of his tory, but seldom or never before Hhas there been one that so united pleasure and charity as did that of last Friday. Never did the city swarm with more earnest and yet happy crowds, And to crown the enterprise in whieh so many took part, the weather was all that the most exacting could desire. Our climate with all its caprices has a generous knack of putting on its best smiles on speeial occasions. After an earty...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 5 August 1915
RED CROSS SOCIETY. The Treasurer of the Hey field Red Cross Society acknowledges the follow ing donations : Per Mian W. Fogartv (uionthlv) £1 4s. Per Mia M'lvor (monthly)-£1 Is 6d. New subscriber-Mr Stubber 4s per month. Sundry-F. .Grimme 10s, Harry Grimme 2s 6d, Mra Prtllot 2,s 6d, Per Misa Wright (monthly)-£1 lis Per Misa Pearson (monthly)-£1 17. Per Misa Ferguson (monthly) - LI 5h. New subscribers-Mra J. A. Cuniming, Mian M. Rahilly, Mr Tornby, Mr M. Flvnu, Mr P. Ferguson, Mr W. TimniH. Per Mias Slattery (monthly) - 10s. Sundry-2s 6d. Per Misa Greaves (monthly)-LI 19s. New subscriber-Jack Kennedy. Sundry-Mr Lay 4s. Other donations-Air J. T. Wilson £10, Golf Club 5s 6d, Mrs J. Burton ami Mrs Morgan 10s, Junior Recha biio Social LI 10s SI, Miss B. Har beclc 3s Gd, Sile of ram, per Air T. B. Little, L3. Goods-Mrs Bolton lGyds fl.iunni,-7 yards aalico, Mrs Harbeck 1 duz yards flannelette, Mr M'Oilluin 1 blanket, Esther Muston scarf, Irene and Vera Ripper I pr BOX, 1 scarf, Mrs White ...
FORCE OF HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 August 1915
FORCE OF HAlilT. In a recent conversation the subject of the force of habit eamo up for dis cussion, and the following &lt;itorv was told: Miss Marie was a pretty little tele phone girl. One night sho went to church, and being .somewhat tired, she fell asleep during the rather pr^tTac ted sermon. Finally, the sermon was concluded, and^ after tho usual prayer, the Minister picked up the hymnal. "Brethren and sisters," he announced glancing lirst at tho choir, and then at the congregation, "we will sing hymn 313-hymn 313." "The line is busy." cried Miss Marie suddenly waking up and hearing the weachev's last words. "I'll call you.'
SHEEP MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 August 1915
, SHEEP MANAGEMENT. Professor Lung says:-Une of tiro most important advantages derived from early maturity is that the breed er is able to get. rid of his 'wethers, and so to keep many more ewes. . I1T Llio okl system prevailed., the lambs would be kept on the farm for the winter; more food would be eaten, and more labor involved., while the profit subse quently realised on their salo as weth ers would be less -than it now is on their sale in summer and autumn. I have not noticed tin's fact adduced suliidently *in the advocacy of. early... maturity.. Let lis suppose that, by the sale of a -hundred wether lambs, a. farmer is able to keep fifty more owes, and, in consequence to breed wenty-fivo more lambs every-year,'than Jic was able to feed under older conditions. It fol lows that the profits of slieepbrccding must bo largely increased. Were no lanibs sold, but all led through the wJu ter, it would be impossible to maintain, a breeding floclt of the size of the av erage Hock on the ...
CHAPTER XI. A LONELY RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 August 1915
I CHAPTER XI. A LONELY BIDE. "It wad a pity, tool" said the rec tor, genuine sympathy in his voice. "A pity, Don, my poor fellow- All your work, all your peril, for nothing! I never arraign the Fates, but it docs I wem to me as.it, in your case, destiny ! had been a little over-hard with you | jot-hunters:" "That, dear Mr Langton," replied Don cheerfully, "is too classic: f, too pagan a standpoint, as my fostor-fftiher Captain Jodson, would say, from which to regard our late mishap. I, "for one, find no fault with fickle fortune because our grand jet-mine at Dutchman's Bay lias collapsed. Brittle, friable sand stone will break up, and props give way, and a gradual landslip demolish what a sudden landslip first suggested. Anyhow, we have come out of it, if not enriched, at any rate without serious accident to life or limb." "And that, Mr Don, is ehieily due to your courage, and your unselfish readiness to face any risk and under take any labor for your comrades sake," interrupted Mrs...
JET HUNTER S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER X. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 August 1915
JET HUNTER S FOSTER SON. (BY IRWIN CLARKE.) CHAPTER X. (Continued). But although it was clear .something, must be done, Lady Thorsdale when she retreated to the feminine stronghold of her own special morning room-' 'My Lady's Btue Room," it was called by the starched housekeeper and prize housemaids at Thorsdale-was puzzled. She was, as most women of the world are, a deft and untiring correspond ent.. a sort of constant letter-writer, and she instinctively seated herself be fore her bijou writing table, with its load of elegant stationery. She be gan to think. It was high season in mighty, roaring Loudon, and it is. or was, high treason against her Imperi ous Majesty, Queen Fashion to bo ab sent from the mass of metropolitan worshippers who crowd around tlit, cen tral 6hrine. But then, these are rest less days, and people, even of bluest blood, and of fortune stupendous, do such odd things-even running out of town for weeks and fortnights, and making society irregular and uncertain ...
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 August 1915
FOR WOMEN "Ambrosine.") Sombre dressing is still the ruling note. Though not actually in mourn ing, not, anyhow, in the dress sense, we are bound to conform to the times. Probably the average woman never looks better dressed than when quiet ly. And then there is always the chance of a relieving touch, which, indeed, is . good taste. The very sedate ensemble, something dark, even though rich, is relieved by a touch of red on bodice and hat, and at once everything is rea son-ably vivid and decidedly attractive. One of the most striking of winter styles is a tunic with pinafore front. That is to say, the bodice, section, car ried to coat-depth and fitting, has a panoJ-frout with shoulder sections through the "V" of neclc, and this looks like a pinafore less the exten sion. It reveals in walking the under skirt, which otherwise appears below the tunic for, say, Gin. The bodice aud tlie underskirt arc in contrast, dark against light, and swathed around the liipsj but broken by that pinaf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 August 1915
IS YOUR SEPARATOR UNDER SU8PICJ0N P 0 Di you suspect it ef depriving yovi oJ: part of the COTT profits? if Tea de, test the ikim milk Tvitli a' 'Facile'' Babcock Test&r, and see what amoiliit of butter fat is beiag fed to tho calves and pigfl. "Users of (111 ETA I Alffil * SEPARATORS run HO riik from butter-fat lessei, which shrink the cream cheques, because they get nil the cream. Cheap, " short-lired " separators never skim. effciontiy, and cause their owners so much, trouble and expense that sooner or later they trill be glad to trade them in for a new "Alfa.'' All size*, 13 to 45&lt; gallons capacity. For Catalog, Prices, aud Terms, write: J. Bartram & Son Pty.,td 856 BOURKE St. MELBOURNE Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS GIN PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 335 YEARS. IVIAQNIER'S Ftos FnbcII Gr®p® VBRAWPY Cognac ^JLS The Original House of ir 11 Cft STEWART, Edinburgh IfegP ILIIS^ WW %Mim W Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP 1 ILlT...
DOOM OF THE KAISER. MONK'S 300-YEAR OLD PROPHECY. SOME AMAZING COINCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 August 1915
DOOM OF THE KAISER. MONK'S 300-YEAR OLD PROPHECY. SOME AMAZING COINCIDENTS. The prophecy of Brother Johannes, which first appeared in the 'Daily Call,' Las probably aroused greater interest than anything of a similar character which has been published in any news paper since the war began. The origin of this amazing document is not very clear, but the manuscsipt, in Latin, was found among the papers of the late Adrien Feladin, author of a work .of "Prophecies," and the editor of a review "The Annals of the Super natural." It was found by his bon, who had it translated into French. WORK OF A MONK OF OLD. According to the son, M. Peladin came into possession of the manuscript through a Monk, who, in turn, received it from an Abbe Denat, a learned priest, who died at a very great age. M. Peladan found the manuscript in 1890, on the death of his father, and although at the time he was startled by the vividness of the picture drawn by Brother Johannes, he never thought of it again until ...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 12 August 1915
RED CROSS SOCIETY. The Treasurer of the Hey field Red Cross Society acknowledges the follow ing donations : Collpcted by Ella Green, Winnie and Queenie Twentyman, Ken Betheras, Claude Roberta, Jack Twentyuaan and Colin Stagg-£1 2s 7d. Miss Harbeck 1 pr BOX, Misb Cobain 1 pr slippers, Miss M'Leau old linen, 100 RBfeiy pins, Miss Iio68 6 towels, Mrs Ross old linen, 2 pis sheets, Mrs M'lvor 1 pr slippers, Mrs Davey 2 towels, Mrs Biadlpy soap, tape, tooth ptifUe, IIIUBII, Mrs Whitelaw 1 pillow and CHHP, 1 cushion, 2 bags, 1 pair slip pHis, Mrs Tulloch 3 cushions, Mrs Walker 4 prs slippers, Mrs C. Griiiiuie 2 pillows, 1 cushion, Jessie and Evelyn Deppler 3 cushions, 2 bags. The amount., £3, acknowledged last week from T. B, Little, was from sale of rani trespassing on Mr C. Grinunu's property, Hnd for which, although ad veatised, 00 owner could be found. She : If you insist upon knowing, there are two reasons wiiy I cannot marry you. He : And they are? She : Yourself and another man.