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CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, §.30 Fat Cattle-1855 yarded. Good and prime handy and medium weight bullocks and cows ruled practically un changed ; heavy weight bullocks were, however, fully £2 to L3 lower, and heavy cows £1 lower. Prime bullocks L27 to L32 10s, extra co L40 10s, odd beasts to £42 10s, good £22 to £26, light and handy L18 to L22, seconds and inferior from Lll 10B. Prime cows LL9 to £23, odd beasts to L29 10s, good L16 to L18, seconds from L9. Fat Calves-200 penned, priceB firm.

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REDUCED TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 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, Thuradty anil 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 those days. This is the time ''able of a couple of yeai'B ago again reverted t The Yarram "Standard" Bays :-A peculiar form of sickness is attacking the children of Alberton, and quite half the pupils are absent from school. The indisposition lasts from one to three or fonr days. Several adults, too, have been affected. The attack comes on with headache, vomiting, and internal pains.' On Wednesday schol astic duties were Attended to in the open, while the school was undergoing fumigation.

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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COWWARR JUMBLE FAIR. £193 REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

GOWWARR JUMBLE £193 REALISED. (lu 07/1 our owu Correspondent.) At a public meeting held four weeka ago, it whb decided to hold si Jumble Fair in aid of the fund being ruined by Lady Stanley for sick and wounded Australian soldiern. A committee waft formed, with Miss I. Andrews and Mr R. E. Pollock as joint secretaries. The public responded generously with donations of money and goods*, th& event showing evident Bignu of proving a success from the commencement. The Fair was accordingly held in th& Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday and Thursday last, and proved even a greater success that had been expected.1 The weather was ideal, and this no doubt was to some extent accountable for the large attendance that filled th& hall. Here, "biz" fairly hummed, and during four hours on Wednesday night np less than L75 was extracted from the pockets of those present. On Thursday night the attendance was not quite so large aa on the previous even ing, but still the money came i...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

MAFFRA SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGIHBER'S REPORT. I inspected tbe deviation through Mr Coleman's property, Glenmaggie, to giye Monds and Cheater a better outlet. An excellent road can be ob tained by cutting through the culti vation paddock. The old grades are 1 in 5 and 1 in 6, whereas by keeping along the ridge a level road can be obtained. Mr Coleman will consider the matter of severance, aud after con sulting his sons he will notify the -council as to the compensation he will require. The old 2 chain road can be given in exchange. On the Licola road an improvement can bo made by deviating into Cole man's from O'Connor's pinps to the saddle. A grade of 1 in 20 can be obtained. Mr Coleman promised to consider this alteration favorably. The* much needed deviation at Tur pin'.s hill has been set out, graded, and surveyed. Encroachments will be made ou the properties of Messrs Gar vey and Molphy. The grade is not anywhere steeper than 1 in 20. If the council approves of the deviation I would ...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
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WAR CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

WAP. CENSUS. It has been decided that the War Census shall be taken throughout Aus tralia On 6th to 15th September, and a proclamation has been issued to that effect. Cards and special envelopes requiring no stamp are being despatch ed to post offices, and will b» available over the greater part of Australia by 1st September. To some parts of Aus'ralia there are mails only every thirty, and to others every sixty days. In such cases the cards will not be available on the 6th September, but the proclamation provides for these cases by allowing ten days after the arrival of the cards. People are ad vised to obtain cards without delay after 1st September. There is every 1 reason to believe that during the next two weeks an immense c-fl'ort will be made to euabie all Australia to realise " its public duty in the present crisis. The Census will bo carried out by Mr G. H. Knibbn, Commonwealth Statis tician, and his staff. The following gentlemen have pro mised to be in attendance each week...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Although, general speaking, very little interest was taken throughout the State in the municipal elections, some party feeling was brought into the contest between Messrs F. J. C. Minchin and Stewart Neilson for the Toongabbie Riding of the Rosedale shire. The voting waR as follows : - Minchin Neilson Cowwarr ... 63 122 Glengarry ... 96 64 Toongabbie ... 43 ' 39 Wenke's Corner 10 22 Shire Hall ... 9 3 Postal votes ... 24 ? 14 245 264 . Majority for Neilson, 19. MAFFRA SHIRE. . Horteman M'Adam Maffra ... 115 166 Newry ... 61 37 Bundalaguah 29 39 Postal Votes 10 14 215 25S Majority for M'Adam, 41. Aa action has been commenced in the Supreme Court bj- Messrs Widdis and Kins?, sawmillers, Cowwarr, claim ing £3000 for breach of contract, in respect of an agreement made by them with the Board of Lnnds and Works to fell, haul, and cut the redgum tim ber on the KiluiHny Park Estate, when that property was purchased by the Closer Settlement Board. An order whs made by th...

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THE CULT OF THE KILT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

THE CJJLT OF THE KILT. He was her ae bairn; longed ^ lor, prayed for, many years, and dedicated to the "poopit" of soma "mttckle kirk" like so many other "Samuels,' long be lt or'e he could spell his own name. Eppie lored every hair in liis curly black head, and determined that "Hielant" as ha \vahj no unworthy tvouseri should ever make a. Sassenach of liim. So kilt it was; and the mother was satisfied till one day the minister's little son passed the window in all the glory of white cricket iiannels and blazer. "Vena boanie claes tiiaei" ehe »aid, glancing disparagingly at Donald's well worn philabeg. "Wad ye no wear a suit like thot g!n I bocht them, Donal' ? "Pouf! Las6i«s' claes," eaid Donal . An Eton suit on the person of the young laird, 'himself as Hielant as Don ald, evoked another eternal desire fer fine linen on her darling. "Whaur's the .sporran?" demanded the young Celt. "There's nane." "I'm no for 'tl" And so it went on till at the age «» 14, Donald, tall and straight a...

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SEATON. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

SEATOJJ. (From a Correspondent). The weather for August has been very favorable for slock, owing to its mildness. If we had experienced our usual wet winter there would have been a considerable loss of stock. The grass itnd crops are making a good growth, but the ground is in need of a good soaking before the summer. A good acreage of maize is bein» t>own in thin district this season. Horses in the near future will not be such a necessity, as I hear quite a number of farmers in the surrounding district are going in for motor cars. I see by your last issue that evidently the cap fitted a certain gentleman, when he replied to my letter. As for trying to mak& puns I will leave that for others. But at the Bame time if he is well up in the art I would not mind a few lessonB in exchange for advice on matrimonial matters.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Applications for ""grant of letters patent which have b.eeu lodged in tho following names have been accepted by the Commissioner: Messrs. G. G. Tmri and Co., patent, attorneys No. 1 Of Australia, of tho Rialto, -19!) Collins street, Melbourne, havo prepared this report from the offi cial records: Rod' Conupling, No. 15625: E. O, Gregory,. Eldurslie, Queensland.-In a 'coupling for joining rods, tubes, ior ether articles for general purposes, a T9cessed member is provided with a groove to receive the interlocking member, and a square collar is slipped over the necks to retain the parts. Electro-deposition of Metals, No. 10454: U. C. Tainton, South Africa. To increase, the speed of deposition, the cathodes and the solution are given, rotary motion, producing a spongy pre cipitate which is carried away in the flowing solution. Brushes or jets of gas may be used to free the cathodes, and powdered graphite or ziuc salts may be added to tho solution. Windmill, No. 164...

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HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report t A big yarding of store cattle at Hey field yesterday. Prices were very firm, the demand being well sustained; throughout. The yarding was sub mitted to a large attendance of buyers, and a total clearance was effected. W& quote-Cows-J. H. Murray's L8 10oh to J/10, F. Farvis' L5 9s, F. Grant's. L5 15.', G. Zacher's to L7 10s, Gus Broberg'a L8, M. Boasman's L9, Jas Gillies' L6 17s, A. H. Struas's L5 17s. Heifers-F. Grant's to L7 7s, Miss. Gibney's L3 17s, J. Diver's 11 speyed heifers L6 15s, G. Broberg's 8 sprin gers L8, 7 do. (baokward) L6 4s, M. J., Reilly's 14 heifers and steers L3 12/6,. Mrs P. Bourke's L3 5s, 6 R. Clark jnnr L6 16», 5 Mrs Burley's L3 12/6, P. Cummins' steels at L6, S. Parker's L4 8s, G, Harkin's L3 15s. bullocks L7 10s. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6.

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. j. Subscribers who do not give '.press notice to the contrary are .msiuered as wishing to continue iivir subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discon« .nuance of their periodicals, the mblisher may continue to send them iiit.il arrears are paid. 3. It' subscribers refuse or neglect o lake periodicals from the office to . kieh they art Erected, they are held espc.ncible until they have settled heir bilk. r.nd ordered the periodicals 'li.-jcontinnt'd. 4. ,f subscribers . move to other ilaces without informing publishers, ..til iiie pr.pcrsare sent to their former iircciion. the subscribers are r-? .ponsible. 5. The courts have decided that .' refusing to take periodicals from vhe office or removing or leaving ihem uncalled for is prima facie evi iience.of intentional fraud." 0. if subscribers pay in advance for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of .'he time, that they do not wish tocon tinue taking it,otherwise the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

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The Heyfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

'fi«f ]{<## llqalil, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Full particulars of Messrs Gannon Bros, sale, on September 15th, appear in this issue. A wounded Victorian soldier, writ ing to a relative in Heyfield, from tliR Military Hospital, Lancashire, Eng land, says:-We reached Southampton on Thursday, 1st July. A Red Cross hospital train was alongside the boat, We-Australian and New Zealauders -were put on board, and had an eight hours' run right up to Manchester. It was grand, the scenery being totally different to that of Australia. All itlong the whole way up the people met us and cheered like lunatics. We got to Manchester at 6 p.m., and were taken in motor ambulances to the various hospital. At the station yards and gates and out in the streets tho EngliBh people were lined up two ami three deep, and were cheering like mad. All traffic was Btopped. My word, it was a welcome. Manchester is a huge place. I waB in the 2nd Western General Hospital for two days, when 14 of us...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 2 September 1915

Auctioneers. Sjatljieson ai\d Davis AUCTIONEERS, «TOCRAND STATION AGENTS SHEEP ANI1 CATTLE SALESMEN, ^JSale, Tmalrn, Mra, Hsvneld, And 5 St- James'Buildings, Melbourn PAT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. COWWARR WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS will sell as above 150 Head Fat and Mixed Cattle HEYFIELD WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15. MATHIESON ASD DAVIS will sell .as above 30 Prime Bullocks and Cows from leading graziers CLEARING SALE HEYFIELD THURSDAY, SEPT 23. 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, SALE HORSE SALE, FRIDAY, SEPT. 24TH. MATHIESON AND DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their next Horse Sale at Sale on above date. » All horses left with P. O'Connor, Heyfield, will be taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. Adanison, Strettle & Co PTY. LTD. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 96 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE, Cconduct sales as follows HORSES-Every Tuesday, Wednesday and ...

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A Mother's Duty. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 September 1915

A Mother's Duty. It has often hoci i said tliift a mother's work is never done. It is equally (rue (hat :i mother's "anxiety llie welfare til" Iter children is t'ever relaxed. This i» hugely owintr lo conditions which :u-e quite beyond her control. I lor back need only he turned fur a moment when .-mticfliinjr happens. Iler child has fallen down :ind received a cut or bruise or .some oilier injury, or nisiv even have been burnt or sciilded. Perhaps ii has eaten unripe I'rtiil. or has got wei and become feverish. or it may be suffer ing great pain from toothache, ear ache or chilblains. whilst, the doctor may lie miles away or engager1. upon some more >erious case. Alone with out suitable remedy is a dreadful pre dicament for the poor mother, and ye: to-day there need be no cause for alarm whatever owing to the advent of the wonderful OZOXU FIRST-AID OUTFITS. which, not only contain a supply of.' the Greatest External and Internal Remedy. "Ozonia.'' but also a medi cine measure or...

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NAUGHTY' BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 September 1915

NAUGHTY' HOV. " .M'ainm'a,'' exclaimed the little lJysfun girl in horrified tones, "please speak to brother Kinersoii. He's been pJaying with those eointnpn little boys around tlie corner again, and lie's using . lrca'1 !'iil language." "What's he saying i"' asked mamma. "He's splitting one infini.t-ivo after another! " DESCRIPTIVE. Peggie: "Why do you say he is it bird'" _ - Polly: "Vfell, hu is chicken-hearted and pigeon-toed, has the habits of an owl. likes to wear a swallow-tail coal and collars with wings, he is always ?trj'.ng the goose, ami he i.* it perfect jay."

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IET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER XIV. PROMOTION [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 September 1915

IET HUNTER'S FOSTEK SON. (DY IRWIN CLARKE. CHAPTER XIV. 1'HOMOTION .'Good morning. Mr Jiartleti:." '.Good morning Mr Langton." Not intellectual or highly original re marks were the*?, no doubt. .-Mid yet the uuerers of tliein wore intelligent Eng lishmen enough and t-ach was a iar :ype of the class to which ho belonged. "What the rector of AYoodburn was we know, hut -Mr Uarilelt was of a different and more robust geuius. He was Land agent to Lord Thorsdale ..aiid rich peer's model land-agent ought; it seems, to combine two chamfers: he should bo a bit of a lawyer and a bit of an agricul turalist. -Mr Hartlett whose father had fdled the post before hi.m did oi". Ijine the two characters. He v-'a* a solicitor-nominally at least since h;s only client was the .Right Honorable Algernon Karl of Thorsdale. And he WHS an authority on farjtning though lie only rented a poor sixty acres of land, and was proud when Jie won a medal for a prize pig at the County Show, or obtained honorable menti...

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WAR CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 September 1915

WAR CENSUS. The following gentlemen have pro mised to he in attendance each week day (excppting Saturday) at the Me chanics' supper-room to assist any per son requiring help in making up their War Census returns : Rev Bradley 9 a.m to 10 a.m. Mr M'lvor 10 to 11. Mi Henderson 11 to 12. Mr Scott 12 to 1 p.m. Mr Harbeck 1 to 2. ' Dr Best 2 30 to 3 30. Mr S. Mills 3.30 to 4.30. Mr Tnlloch 4.30 to 5.30. Mr Justice 5.30 to 6 30. Mr Pearson and Mr Betheras will also assist during their spare time. Cards may now be obtained at all post offices, and completed cards must be posted to the Commonwealth Statis tician not later than September 15th. Failure to furnish a return, or the wilful commission of «n inacc'urracy, will render the culprit liable to a fine of i?50, or three months' imprison ment. "Now, Gladys, get in off that gas box, It's time all young girls were in bed ; The night's are too cold fur loAe nonsense, And you have a bad cold in your head." "O mamjna, it's so wnira in this cor...

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DISH DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 9 September 1915

UlSil DIET. Mary Jane; didn't Jikc the place. The people were awfully relincd and did things in "style," but Mary tvas not content. ".Please, ilium,'-' .she said 0110 morn i»#, "I. wish to give notice!'' "Indeed!" exclaimed the mistress in surprise and dismay. "And what.l'or, pray? Aren't you well treated? "Oh. I've Nothing to complain of in that way," confessed the maid i'lanlc Iv; but-but when I wait at table thee is too much changing of the plates for the fewness of the victuals.-"

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