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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") September finds us with prospects still favorable. Fro.m a producer's point oi' view, tliey could hardly be fuller of promise in Victoria. The 'splendid rains of-the past month, and the gon.ia.1, spring-like atmosphere have been productive of veritable hot-houso growth in pastures and crops. The temperatures have been, if anything, too genial. The frosts which serve a good purpose in killing off the incipient in sect and parasitic pests have been not ably lacking. The prolific growth of herbage of all kinds has brought ubout an abundance that is in -many cases ein barrasmg owing to the scarcity of stock for feeding-off purposes. That lack of stock is the'factor retarding the re cuperative process which the fortunes of the men on the laud are undergoing, And it. is a lack which unfortunately cannot bo remedied in a hurry. The depletion caused by the past years^ drought affected most parts of the Com monwealth, and the consequent sear city and high p...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

fASfa3 Separators ho 2d the record for clean skimming. n A- rght'there is the strongest of all reasons v hy you should possess one. Your need, we take it, is a S parator that gets ALL the highest grade cream, works easiest las's longest, and yet is cheapest. Such is-the "ALFA-LAVAL," and we can prove it. Let's send you one for a -free trial, v v *.. J. BARTRAM. & SON, CK 59S Bourke St., Melbourne. Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age BOLS GIN ran AMD VERT WHOLESOME. teT - DISTILLERY ESTABLISHES OVER 335 YEARS. MAGNI^R'S Pure French Grape yBRANDY Cognac 4#% JL, . The Original House of W*W ?8 STEWART, Edinburgh <0 m ^9 Founded 1779. A STRAIGHT TIP %A/ |#%# " DRINKI8TEWARTS I " WW III "2^ V ?WHMBWBMO---WAGE-W-WW-A-tmmmm-NWW-»-^I FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE 1. 'Cultivate and perfect your ideas. Experiment. The world is eager lor something new, which., however supple it .may bo, will save labor or expense, or do things hotter. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"A FIGHTING PARSON." [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

A FIGHTING PARSON." When Eer, Geo. Prickett, Cliurch of England minister at Lang" Lang, decided that it was his duty to throw aside the priestly robes and grasp the rifle, the good Bishop, Dr Pain, urged him that it was his duty to leave carnal weapons alone, and take part only in the spiritual 'conflict as a mem berof the Ghurch militant. On a pre vious occasion the Bishop did c unten ance a somewhat original and- out-of ihe way proceeding on the part of the zealous young clergyman, Mr Prickett Was then stationed iu a remote part of Gippsl.and, where a great portion of the population consisted of a navvies' camp. With praizeworthy ardor he commenced to sow the good seed am ongst these stalwart champions of the pick and shovel, and would often be found at the hotel in the evening giving brotherly, Christian admonition to such as cared to listen to him. But it did not seem to the young mission ary that he had effected a moral or spiritual revolution in the community. One night one of...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ODDS WERE BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

THE ODDS WERE BETTER. A farm laborer was taken ill on a visit to the city, and a friend gave him the address of a doctor to whom to go. The fellow later came back and repor ted progress. "I've taken some medicine," said he, "bat I'm hanged if I went to that doctor of yours!" "Why 1" asked the friend. "Well, I was just about to ^go in, when I saw on his door plate the name 'Dr X,' and below it, '10 to 1.' When I saw that I said to myself, 'I'll be hanged if I take any such risks as that.' So I went a few doors further up the street and saw another plate, with 'Dr Y, 3 to 5.' The odds were better so I went to him."

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOON[?]ABBIE. IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

TOONQABBIE, IN ME MORI AM SERVICE. A very impressive service was held in St David's Church, Toongabbie, on Sunday evening, 5th, in memory of the late pi-irate Archie Nic laon, of the 8th Light Horse, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles. The church was draped in purple, and the flags of the Allied nations were hung over the Sanctuary. A very large congregation from all parts of the district was pre sent, extra seating having to be pro vided, but many stood during the whole of the service. The attendance was a tribute to the great affection and esteem of the people for the late tiooper, hia mother, brothers and sis ters. The service was fully choral, and the following hymns were sung :-" A few more years shall roll," "Lead Kindly Light," "Peace, Perfect Peace," "Now the Laborers task is o'er," and "0 God, our help in ageB past." A special war Litany was also sung. The Vicar, the Rev E. W. Bradley, preached from PsalmB 137, 4, v. 1 and 2, a sermon touching in its simplicity, a ...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ENEMY AND THE FUTURE. OUR DUTY TO OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

THE ENEMY AND THE FUTURE. OTTft DUTY TO OURSELVES. How many men were there in all Australasia who, before the war, agked their fellow countrymen not to strengthen the potential enemy, not to buy arms for him, not to provide him with the means of buying submarines wherewith to destroy our people ? asks a writer in Wimble's Reminder, They could be counted on one hand. I am inclinei to assert that one finger would suffice. All who are bo wise to-day were then ready to pooh-pooh the warnings as to what was coming. They did not be come wise until everyone was wise. That being so, how can any special value attach to their pres'ent day writ ings and uttrances 1 Three years ago, when Germany's plan for an attack on Britain were dis closed in the Commons-so clearly that only the wilfully blind or worse (and """there have been some of the latter) could fail to understand-an Austr alian daily paper of eminence was pub lishing a series of articles favoring Oerman trade in the Pacific in compe t...

Publication Title: Heyfield Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CATTLE MARKET. By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

I CATTLE MARKET. I By Wire, Wednesday, 5.30 Fat Cuttle-114.0 yarded. The market opened 20s to 40s higher, with closing sales fully 503 in advance of late reduced rate3. Prime pons bullocks L26 to L29 15s, odd beasts to £4S 10s. «ood JJ'2'2 to L24 10s, light and handy LI 9 10s to L21 10s, seconds and in ferior LI 5. Prime cows L20 to L22 4s 6d, odd beasts to L27 10s, good L16 10s to £19, others from £12. Fat Calves-370 petine', prices very firm. Muthieson and Davis sold 160 fat cat tle, including 69 bullocks Kidman, Queensland, L29 12s 6:1, average L22 3s Id, also 25 cows to L22 15s, average LI8 9s 9d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

WRITES THIS LETTER TO | Married I or I Single I Women 1 TO ALWAYS USE WHEN I OUT <DF SORTS OR | NERVOUS CLEMENTS T0 More than any other this document proves the value of thii great family medicine. "Sossyiidci Wallaroo, S.A., 29/1/12. ' "Having seen in one of your books the names of those benefited by CLEMENTS TONIC, I add my testimony, seeing none like it anywhere. "It might benefit others, as it did me, when rearing my family. By its use I had the brightest, healthiest children. a boy 17, and three girls 15, 13 and 10 years. Neither knows what earache, tooth ache, or headache Is. " I attribute it to nothing but the use of CLEMENTS TONIC, 1 as I am not very strong. I I would use it when run down I or out of sorts, and then I would enjoy the best of health. I "All young married women I shall use it, as it is such a I grand nerve and muscle 1 strengthener. x j | [Signed) j I Mrs. E. STEER." n In cases of Poor Blood Wasting Weak- I (3 ness. Debility, Loss of Rest. Poor Ap- ...

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HEYFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

HEYFIELD MARKET. Messrs Mathieson and Davis report: A fair yarding of fat cattle forward at Heyfield yesterday, but prices were hardly up to recent sales. We quote : Fat wethers to 30s, ewes and lambs to 36s. -Cows to L18 5s, heifers to L8 7s 6*1, store cows at L7 13s, springing heifers to L8 7s> 6d.

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THE TOWN'S AMUSEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

THE TOWN'S AMUSEMENT. A visitor to a country village a&ked a youth when the theatre opened. "We have no theatre here," said the young man. "Well, the music hall then ?" j "No, nothing of the kind here." "Have you no picture show; no evening amusement at nil ?" asked the | stranger, "Ob, yes," said the. youth, rising to the occasion. "If you wait till nine o'clock you'll see them shunting the goods train." Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. For Children's Hacking Cough at night,

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OFFICIAL DISTRIBUTOR. PRICES OF OZON[?]A. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

OFFICIAL DISTRIBUTOR. PRICES OF OZONTA. 1,6oz. Bottles . . . j Quart Bottles . , Outfits . . . . .. . 1/6 each. . . . 7/G each. . . S/6 each.

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THE CALL OF THE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

THE CALL OF THE BLOOD. When Mulga Bill, of Bolga Hill, Had read the war news gory, The words rang out like tocsin bells And called him to the Dardanelles To win Australia glory. Through wattle bloom he heard afar Australian drums at Sedd-el-Bahr ; And from great fights by land and sea Above the boom of German guns Above the cheering of the Huns He heard Our Empire call her sons Said Mulga Bill, "It's up to me 1" MesBi'8 W. D. Leslie and Co. invite the public to "drop in and talk hatB" with their milliners. - Woods' Great Peppermint Curff, 1/6. For Children's Hacking Cough at night,

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discon tinuance. of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they art directed, they are he'd responEible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals 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 the office or removing or leaving ihem uncalled for is prima facie evi dence'of intentional fraud." b. Ji subscribers pay in advance for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to tlis publisher, af the end of ;he time, that they do not wish tocon tinue taking it,otherwise the pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

f J' i tf? r-v . J.'. f*->i \ For Constipation, 1 Biliousness, :l Bad Breath, Headache,Indigestion. i rw liglitfiil Family Medicine! rv*~i tiAr;r- r-~"i*r"i r ",* fi ^1T 6 &2/ Cur lai'J j Mail-order Oenr.rtment has been specially c--snized fry liio benefit of Country Clients who ap v-.iate tiyic, i7i, and flulsli at area.-soitablo price. Our r-r-n * n r?'n\y*« p «.. . ^ vb A ?> £* fcui ar-o o" excellr.rU quality materials: the flno finish and the c'njrortabfe yet pcrfcct fit of cach SUIT leaves lo be desired. We are Specialists In MEN'S TAILORING and BOY'S OUTFITTING, doing nothing else and defn* It well. Write for patterns and self-measure* forms-post free. 'JJiTS, ready to-wcar, BaHarat Sort,?, -martly cut. 25/. TftO'JScSS, r'on's, Good Tv/ecd, 3/11, j .. 7/3 HATS, Hard rel c, latest shape, 4/3,6/3,8/0, Panamas, 10/0 -T.SiHTS, Zephyr, soft fronts, stlfTeufTs, 2/11, 3/3 HUGH NICHOLLS, 204-208 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE (Next Waxworks). r-\ " a (J - v'> w 1.jii 1 y-Pf...

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The Heyfield Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

Iff l^ft# PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Mr E. E. Keep, President of the Employers' Federation, dealt trench antly last week with the extravagance which is plunging Australia deeper and deeper in debt. He pointed out that in 1914 our indebtedness reached the enormous sum of £54 10d 7d per head, and it must be remembered that even in December of last year we were but entering on a war expenditure which will make ordinary spending seem petty. And just here lies the offence of successive Treasurers, Federal and State, they persisted in scattering the taxpayers' money in fa t years, as though assured that lean ones had goue for ever. The result of this prodigality aa displayed in the Federal arena is that between 1905-14 the cost of the departments, apart from Defence, in creased by no less than £5.978,925. Though Federal Ministers have scat tered millions as though possessed of the purse of Fortunatus, the tax payer is no better served than he was,"nor is he likely to be. Then again,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 16 September 1915

Auctioneers. Ifatlpesoi] and Davis AUCTIONEERS. iTOCK AND STATION AGENTS SHEET AND CATTLE SALESMEN, Sals, Tmalm, Mr'a, Heyf-eld, And 5 St. James'Buildings, Melbourn 1'AT O'CONNOR, Local Agent. SALE HORSE SALE. FRIDAY, SEPT. 17TH. MATJIIESONAND DAVIS and ADAM SON, STRETTLE AND CO. will hold their next Ilorse Sale at Sale on above date. AH horses left with P. O'Connor, Heyfield, will be taken down free. Good grass paddock provided. CLEARING SALE AT HEYFIELD SALE YARDS; THURSDAY, SEPT 23. , MR JAS. GARVEY'S SPLENDID SHORTHORN DAIRY HERD. MATHIESON and DAVIS have re ceived instructions to sell for Mr Jas Garvey, who has decided to give up daifying, by public auction at their Hey field Yards on the above date, on the arrival of the Melbourne Train, the whole of his SftHM!) Mil HERB, . comprfsing 50 Tip-top Shorthorn Milkers and Springers, and including 30 Milch Cows, in full profit, newly calved, on 2nd or 3rd calf, heavy milkers 20 Springing Cows, due to calve within the next month 1 Sh...

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MILLING LUCERNE (ALFALFA) IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

MILLING /LUCERNE (ALFALFA) IN CALIFORNIA. A new phase of the milling industry has come into being in California with in the past few years. This is the manu facture of alfalfa meal. At first it had a slow growth, but persistent effort on the part of promotors finally triumph ed. There are five alfalfa milling plants in the. state, and alfalfa jnoal is 0110 of the staple commodities found in nearly every feed store on tlio Pacific Coast. It has been discovered that this is the most economical metho.d of putting alfalfa liay on the, market. .» This class of forage was first put on tlio market loose; then' it was baletlj but at best there was much waste. The leafago, . which on being dried, is very tender and brittle, shells badly in hand ling, and thus the more valuable part' of the hay is lost. j In feeding out there was also a j waste in roughage. Sheep arc inclined ; to leave the eoarsed stalks, and these I leaving in some casos are fed to cattle who are not quite 60 fastidious. I ...

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OFFICIAL DISTRIBUTOR. PRICES OF OZONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

OFFICIAL DISTRIBUTOR. PRICES OF OZONJA. Goz. Bottles ...... 1/6 each. Quart Bottles . . . .. . 7/6 each. Outfits '. 2/6 each.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

"COOPER" Shearing Machines are easy run ning, efficient and eco nomical ClOOPEB Sheep Shearing ! Machinery is endorsed l>y leading breeders and experts the wide world over. It holds the world's record for number of sheep shorn before any replace ment of parts was re quired, and has never been beaten in open competi ' tion. One man in N.S.W. writes:- "The plant has done tlireo years' shear ing, doing 6,000 sheep in a season, and " wo 've never experienced the slightest trouble with any parts." The "Cooper" is the machine for YOU. Let's tell you more about it. J. BARTRA!?! & SON, PTY LTD. . 598 Bourke St., Melbourne. aarotawm^^sssssm^ssm^ WW Easy Terms. ^R< THE ii 33 The High Quality-Low Price Mill. U*3 st-cl. ftl Ba!vanis.*d, internal g-aredi filled, willi fuised cranL\ {-o-j'tve brake, sensitive govern or, imewuble hearings. an J rflicicnt ubrication. One cu^lomcr hay ;m ehas».d 1J 7 mills. .Sccr have purchasrd 30 lo *i0 AH fiivc s?<isfaction. 6 ft. ...

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ET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER XV (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Heyfield Herald — 23 September 1915

*ET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. (BY IRWIN CLARKE.; CHAPTER XV (Continued;. Presently they drew BO near to tlie ornamental grounds, full of rare shrubs and flowers of lower growth than the indigenous giants of the Park, that Don deemed it best to leave Violet to pursuo the rest of the short walk by herself, lost her presnce in his company should be noticed' and commented on. Thoy parted then, Don striking into a path that led towards the distant up lands, while Violet throaded her way amidst the flower beds and clump3 of gay leafed shrubs, and entered the Hall, reaching her chamber just in timo to escape observation, to make some alter ation in her toilet, and d'escend tho stairs and join tho company gathering for breakfast. No one questioned her, and she said nothing as to her recent peril or concerning her rescuer. That would indeed have been difficult for 0110 so retiring as herself, seeing that letters were being read, newspapers consulted, and fragmentary gossip selected from their con...

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