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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
Auctioneers. Jfat^iesoi] ai|d Davis AUCTIONEERS, &lt;TOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN, ^3 Sale. Traralcon, Mra, Hevfield, And J St. James' Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. STORE CATTLE. HE Y FIELD. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1ST. ""Tl yT'ATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as 1x1 above 250 Head Mixed Cattle 20 Cows, springers Further Entries Invited. CLEARING SALE GLEtTMA GGIE THURSDAY, SEPT. 9TH. MATHIESON and DAVIS have re ceived instructions to sell for Mr Jas Garvey on above date The Whole of his Grand Dairy Herd. Full Particulars Later, Adait}soi|, Strettle & Co PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 96 BOURKE ST" MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Tbursdny at their Bazaar AT NEWMARKET-Sheep,Tuesdays Fat Cattle, 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 valuatio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
6MB ¥il! SUIT B¥ HAILS Our large Mail-order Department ha3 been specially or;!:i&lt;-.ized for the benefit of Country Cllent3 who ap preciate style, nt. and finish at a reasonable price. Out" SUITS TO MEASURE from 42/ arc of excellent quality materials; tho nno finish and the com fortable yet perfect fit of each SUIT leaves nothing to be desired. SVe are Specialists in MEN'S TAILORING and BOY'S OUTFITTING, doing nothing elso and doing it well. Write for patterns and self-measure ment forms-post free. SUITS, ready-to-wear, Ballarat Serge, smartly cut. 25/ T1I0U3EHS, Men's, Good Tweed, 3/11. 5/6, 7/6 li.'.TS. Hard Felt, latest shape, 4/8,6/3,8/6, Panamas.lO/O SHIRTS, Zephyr, soft fronts, stiflfcufrs, 2/11, 3/6 HUGH mum 204-208 BGURKE STREET, MELBOUBNE (Nest Waxworks). Wholesale Only-Petei\si-ii ;.ml Co., i'ly. Li&lt;i., .\i&lt;-ll>oui'ue ~ i~iSC 3CX| BUY DIRECT FROM TUG IMPORTER DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS AND BETTER. EACH BOX CONTAIMS NEARL.> ZOO CIGARETTES...
The He[?]field Herald, PUBLISHED EEKRY THURSDAY MORNING SOLDIERS AND POLITICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
flf $h#M. PUBLISHED EVKRY THURSDAY MORNING SOLDIERS AND POLITICIANS. "Since the outbreak of war Aus tralians name has filled us with a feeling partly of gratitude, but chiefly of pride," says a recent issue of the London "Times." It tells how the independent spirit made the rally of the Australians at Gallipoli "a particularly splendid thing." It credits our boys with hav ing "accomplished impossibilities thro' a sheer, gallant refusal to see how im possible it was." Those of us who remain at home feel that the tribute paid by the great daily to our BODS is deserved ; it but sums up the praise of British Generals, of cosmopolitan war correspondents sated with sights of valor, of the foe himself. Australia expected much of her soldiers, they h ive done more. From deeds of hero ism lightly performed at Gallipoli, the 'Times" turns to "grisly" scenes in the Federal House of Representatives. "Here," it declareB, " we find nothing but controversy, violent and partisan, remote altogether ...
CHAPTER XIII. THE GUESTS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
CHAPTER XIII. M GUESTS ARRIVE. Company at Thorsdala Park flowed- in -porhaps, at first, it might be moro accurst# to say that it tricklcd in, so tew were the earliest arrivals, but after wards the supply became, numerically speaking, about equal to the dejnand. After all, tlie hospitality of an carl and a countess so rich and so well-consider ed is pretty sure to be acccpted by a considerable number of persons. Lady Pinmiy had come, and had brought her three, pretty daughters, givng up her lodgings in Half Moon Street-, somewhat to the dit.may of those disappointed damsels , who felt as though their pros pects iu life had been nithlessly blighted by the curtailment of their trip to glor ious London, ' But Lady Pimiiiv had sons as well as marriageable daughters. and.it was on behalf of dear, stahvart stupid Edward, and of florid Augustus, down in "Warwickshire, that she had made haste to comply wtih the sum mons of her far-away cousin and poten tial patron, the Earl of Thorsdale. The...
[?]ET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER XII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
TET HUNTEi&lt; S FOSTER SON. (BY IRWIN OLAREE.) CHAPTER XII. (0«*ti*u*d). "Nice lit, tie «rib-tidy little .».*! el>> Sir R. ?" asked til* ruffianly jxiastei o> ih» hovel, jealously eyeing ins visitor, as if to not# the signs of disgust that ]iis more refined associate found it so hard to repress. "Not quite up to the mark of your swell houne in Hyde Park, though, and net good enough for a watcher or a pig feeder on your Mort main property, Yet, it'* what 1're com# to. No on* know* what lie may vom« to3 Sir JR. Mortmain, baronet, rloes he tow ? Who c*n tell what might happen to yourself ? The eells at Millbank and Portlsad are trim and kept well white-washed, to We sure, and beds are of good cocoa-nut fibre, and the gruel,-and the soup., and the bread, and' the eight ounces of meat free from Ijone but you look quite pale, Sir II., net ill I hope ?" There was a .malignity in the man's manner that was. intentionally offens ire. Sir Richard, ghastly pale, ancl conscious...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
RED CROSS SOCIETY. The Treasurer of the Heyfield Red Cro88 Society acknowledges the follow ing donations : Per Mrs Betberas (bootlaces) £1/12/, Raffle of Miss Davy's picture £4/19/, Mrs Mootham 4s, Mrs O'Connor 2h, Mrs Payne 5s, W. Chandler 10s, H. Harbeck la, C. Pallot 2s, Golf Club 2a, Mrs Zicher 5s, Colin Stagg 2a 6d, D. Woodhouse 3s 2d, T. Burgoyne 2s. The following is the contents of the parcel forwarded from the local brauch to the depot on Aug. 4 51 shirts, 3 undershirts, 3 pairs un derpants, 7 pair8 pyjamas, 18 scarves, 11 towels, 1 pillow, 5 cushions, 5 pairs inittenB, 2 pairs sheets, 7 yards un bleached calico, 32 pillow cases, 10 handkerchiefs, 12 bags, 7 helmets, 50 pairs sox, 22 washers, 12 prs slippers, 1 blanket, bootlaces, soap, powder, tooth brushes. In future donations to the Red Cross Society will be acknowledged once a month-the week following the usual monthly meeting. The Secretary of the Hey6eld branch has received a letter acknowledging receipt of parcel forw...
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
[ TURF TOPICS. West Australia having taken the lead in the matter of the curtailment of rac ing, A inioria has already followed the good fxt.mple, and now there i.re indi cations that New South Wales is also about to fall into line. Mr. G. Black, a member of the Holman Government, has been looking into the question, and he is astounded to find so much money wasted on sprint racing. These are not Mr. Black's exact words, but they con vey what he meant. It is to be hoped that now the short distance coil has been exposed no effort will be spared to grapple with it. If the good work is set going properly the results must be beneficial to the Turf throughout Australia. Those little scrambles in which horses of the "squib" variety are made use of must be reduced con siderably in number and the money thus saved devoted to the encouragement of gallopers of the staying type. Mr. John Wren has won popular ap plause by enlisting as a recruit. Th-J owner of Garlin is to be congratulated on his ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
OVERCOME EY DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. Mrs. E.'iith Kelly, of 179 Canning st., Carlton, Melbourne, writes: "Having trier] Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills for C onstipation with which I suffered greatly for many years, alter, availing myself of many other medicines, to little or no effect, I found your re medy good. They do not purge, but act in a soothing way, and I believe they suit me much better than other remedies. I fre quently recommend them to my friends so suffering. You can use this testimony in the hope that it may assist any folk afflicted with obstinate Constipation. They are also a good family medicine. I use them when necessary with my chil dren, they act so mildly." To maintain a healthy system the bowels should operate at least once every 24 hours. This is one of Na ture's wise provisions which is too often ignored, and the. result is un told suffering. Women and children are the greatest offenders, but why such should be the case is a problem to be solved. Nature ...
THE WOOL CLIP. FUTURE PROSPECTS BRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
THE WOOL CLIP. FUTURE PROSPECTS BRIGHT. We have received a copy of Dalgety's annual wool clip review for Australasia for the past spuson, which contains the usual exhaustive summary of every thing relating to the past season's clip »nd the marketing of same.- Naturally the war has played a very large part in the wool-selling operations during the past twelve months, and the wool trade experiences in Great Britain, as well as on the Continent, are summar ised in a manner that should make the record a uBefnl one. The oversea exports of wool during the statistical year ending June 30th, amounted to 1,575,688 bales from Australia, and 562,014 bales from New ?Zealand, the former being a decrease of 390,838 bales, as compared with the preceding year, and the latter an in crease of 1127 bales The average value for all the wool sold in Austral asia has been ,£12 15s 7d per bale, so that, taking the total production as 2,421,297 bales, it will be seen that fche value of the past year'a wool ...
REDUCED TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
REDUCED TRAIN SERVICE. The Railways Commissioners have notified the following curtailment to take effect from September 1st: The morning train from Sale to Melbourne via Rosedale, will run only on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and the night train from Melbourne on the same days. On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday the train will run to Melbourne from Sale via Heyfield line, and the night train will only run on tliO'e days. This is the time *able of a couple of years ago again reverted to.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
WEDDING, SHERRARD-SHIELS. On Wednesday, August 18 th, a wedding was celebrated at the Roman Catholic Church, Rosedale, the con tracting parties being Mr Ernest L. Sherrard, of Nambrok, and Miss Eileen ShieJa, eldest daughter of Mr Harry Shiels, "Ellisdale," Rosedale. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Callanan, of Sale. The brides maids were Miss Ellie Sbiels and Miss Ella Sherrard, Mr Nat. Ross, of Deni son, acting as best man. The bride entered the church with her father, to the accompaniment of Mendelssohn's "Wedding March," played by Miss Gresson. The church was nicely deco rated with blossom and wedding bells, by girl friends of the bride. After the ceremony a reception was held at "Ellisdale." Several happy speeches were made, after which the bride and bridegroom left by the even ing train for Melbourne on the honey moon tour. The presents were numerous and costly. The Nambrok friends of the bride also gave her a kitchen tea.
PROPERTY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 26 August 1915
PROPERTY MARKET. On Friday, 13th inst., at the Palace Hotel, Lang L-»ng, Mr Tom Farmer conducted Lis first land sale on account of the GippBland and Northern Selling Company, when he disposed of the estate of the late Robert Pooke, sub divided into four farms. There was a large attendance of buyers, both local and from outside districts. The bid ding was spirited, No I farm making Xi46 10s per acre, No 2 farm £46, No 3 farm £33 15s, No 4 farm .£33 12*/6. The Gardner family procuring the four blocks. The above are the highest prices yet paid in the Yannathan dis trict for both classes of lands, and though we are passing through .trouble -some times, still, when shrewd, far seeing men like the Gardner family are prepared to speculate, should be a good indication that better times are ahead Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, i/6. "For Children's Hacking Cough at night,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915
IF YOU'RE GOING IN FOR POULTRY RAISING IT is written by one of the world's foremost I experts on the raising of FOR ? chicks-a man who knows I fr°m actual experience OUR B how to succeed in the FREE I Poultfy business. He tells I how he hit upon the idea of the moistened sand tray-one exclusive fea ture of "PRAIRIE-STATE" INCUBATORS which ensures hatching a larger number of strong, vigorous chicks that live, thrive, and grow into money-earning fowls. It's freo for the asking-write for II. J. BARTRAM & SON 586 Bourke St., Melbourne, BUUIV TO DAY. This favorite > spirit is, and always lias been, exclusively MANUFAC TURED IN HOLLAND, but inas much aa certain malicious persons have circulated FALSE REPORTS concerning the COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE OF WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS, wo have, since the circulation of such slanders, so curcd CERTIFICATES of ORIGIN from the BRITISH PRO-CONSUL at ROTTERDAM, HOLLAND, for each shipment, certifying Ibat WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS has not been produced or manufa...
FELL OUT YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915
FELL OUT YESTERDAY. A colonel in a newly-recruited north country battalion had occasion recently io reprimand on» of kis men Severely. Next day, passing this same recruit who was doing sentry duty, the colonel ob served he did not .receive the usual salute. Alter intentionally passing hiru a second and a third time, with the same omission on the part of the sen try, the following conversation took place. Colonel: "Do you know who 1 am?" Recruit: "Yes." Colonel: "Do you kno wyou ought to salute mc oc any other officer when he passes you?" Recruit: "Aye, but then theo and me fell out yesterday."
SLEEP FOR THE CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915
SLEEP FOR THE CHILD. A healthy child for the first two nonths or so spends most of its time tsleep. After that a baby should have it least two hours sleep in the forenoon, And one hour in the afternoon, and it is quite possible to teach almost any in fant to adopt this as a_ regular habit. Evon to the age of four or five "years a child should have one hour of sleep, or at least rest in bed, before its din ner, and it should be put to bed at -six or seven in the evening, and left undis turbed for twelve or fourteen hours. Up to the fifteenth year most young people require ten hours, and till the twentieth year, nine hours. After that age every one finds out how much he or she re qifires, though as a general rule six or eight hours are necessary. Eight hours' sleep will prevent more nervous de rangement in women than any medi cine can cure. During growth there must be ample sleep if the brain is to develop to its full extent, and the more aervous, excitable, or precocious a child ?8 t...
WOMEN DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915
WOMEN DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR. England has at least ons profession (or women that is not overcrowdod, ud that is dentistry. Women, so :emdy to enter medicine, are, strangely enough, little represented here, said Viiss L. M. Brooks, Secretary and War ien of the London School of Mediciue Eor Women. "We have only five girl students for .he dentistry course at present. Last rear the number was three, and the previous year two. Prior to that there KM & gap of some years without any itudents at all. "Looking at the thiifg from a buai ess point of view, it is a splendid nvestment for parents of girls. The iourse extends over four years, and the joint fees amount in all to £180. The itudies are pursued at this school and at the National Dental Hospital in Jreat Portland street. "At the end of four .years, when thoy aecome registered dental practitioners, ;bcir incomes should easily equal those )f the average male dentist, which .anges from £000 to £2,000 a year. '' The existence of...
[?]ET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER XIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915
JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. (BY IRWIN CLARKE.) CHAPTER XIII. (Continued). It is one thing, of course, to collect an array of visitors in a country house, and another thing to be successful in pleasing and amusing them, so as to keep the whole cngeful of bird?, so to speak, in song and feather. Young men, in especial, aiv difficult to content, and have an awkward knock of being called away on urgent private affairs, if al lowed to mope through tho dullness of an unoccupied day. And without young men there can bo 110 liveliness, no flir tation, 110 by-play of match-making nothing to lend interest to the country lifu. Lady Thorsdale had an addition al difficulty to contend with in the fact that tho real object of her undertaking was to divert her exacting lord from over-much brooding over his own health and tho best method of restoring it. At any moment, as she was well aware, the wind of travel might set in with resist less strength, either towards the Enga dine or that yet more dreaded ...
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915
TURF TOPICS. A fairly strong team of horses -will represent Victoria at the A.J.C. Spring meeting. Of the lot booked tff".cross the Murray, most can, perhaps, "be ex pected from- l?ed Signal, a good honest celt who generally runs well under all circumstances. Bed Signal, prior to taking his departure for liandwiek, -will probably be seen out again in pubUic on this side. He is engaged in the Menisie Stakes, at Caullield, on Sat urday next, arid in view of his classic engagements later on the colt's run ning at Caulfield will be keenly watched. Even at his best, Bed Signal is likely to find Wallace Isinglass a difficult pro position to cope with in the A. J. Derby. That Wallace Isinglass is a really good colt is pretty generally believed. In His last race as a two-year-old, he won his -engagement' in smashing style, the manner of the victory leaving little or no room to doubt the colt's stamina. Still Wallace Isinglass is only a horse after all, and when it conies to the test lie mig...