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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
Public Notices. V ISITORS TO BALLARAT Spring1 Show. Spring' Show Miss Rogers CITY ARCADE. CHOICE MILLINERY t OF THE MOST ^UP-TO-DATE STYLES. FOR THE COMING SEASON. Children's Bonnets, Hats, Tunics, Dresses, &c., VERY DAINTY. Try our "KABO" Corsets before selecting your new dress. r ^Wall Paper Warehouse. MAKE YOUR HOME ATTRACTIVE WALL 1>AI»EKS-A Very Fine Selection to Choose Front, not to be surpassed in any City in the State. All Latest Designs. - OIL PAINTINGS PASTELS - WATER COLORS HARRISON'S FARBER PICTUlUS FANCY CUT MOUNTS Thousands to choose from Is upr/ai'ds —INSPECTION INVITED.— REYNOLDS 28 STURT-ST., BALLARAT (.Next ''Courier" Office,) ' ' V'" 'V # * v •> i' * if >:• t $ .> &lt;5 J. M. HOWLETT Grocer, Draper, Produce Merchant HOUSE, LAND, AND COMMISSION AGENT, ' (fee. XOTFi—lutes' .\'e\v Assortment of Seeds Just Arrived. , . Catalogues on Application. ... i For Sale or to let —4-roomed house, situafcedMoonlighfc Road, Benin ga. FOR SALE—I li-h.-t...
Orange Blossoms. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
Orange Blossoms. A very pretty wedding, which created a good deal of interest, was colebrated at the Imde's residence, Illabarook,on Wednesday afternoon, September 2Srd, in the presence of a large gathering of relatives and friends. The contracting parties were Miss Mary Isabella Terry, only daughter of Mr William Terry, of Illabarook, and Mr Harry Stanley Hadler, second son of Mr James Hadler, of Illabarook. The Rev. M. Mtjueen performed the cere mony. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charm ing in her bridal robe of cream silk trimmed with silk lace and orange blossom, and she wore the usual veil and orange blossoms. She also carried a beautiful shower bouquet of white Btorks, lilies, and beronia, and was attended by Miss Winnie Terry (from New Zealand) cousin of the bride and bridegroom, and Miss Lila Hadler, sister of the bride groom. Both looked very pretty in cream silk dresses, and each carried a bouquet of lilies and beronia. Mr Robert Rosa acted as best ma...
THE "Berringa Herald" PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for trausmission by post as a Newspaper,] SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914 HIGHLAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
THE "Berrinffa Herald" :i iJillKli 'Kvf;fiv'':VdATtTKUAY MOIJNINI. [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for tniusmitiHion by post as a Newspaper,! Saturday! Goto men 17, ID1 i HIGHLAND CONCERT. Un Wednesday evening next a High land concort will bo hold in O'Farrell's Hall. Amongst the contributors to tlio programme wilLbo Highland competitors from South Street. There will be piping, dancing, etc. STATE ELECTIONS. The last session of the present Stato Parliament will be closed on Friday, 23rd inst. The date of dissolution will proba bly bo the 30th October, and the general elections be fixed for 18th November. MINERS' ASSOCIATION. The committee of the Kokowood, Pit field, and Berringa Association met on Wednesday evening. Present—Messrs 13. Lusk (president), A. Hope, M. 31'Carthv, A". Shaw, M...Minelian, I'J. Clapp, (!. Free man, A. M'Keogh, A. Hogerson, ,T. New ey. B. Davis, T. Ga'lavan, and ,1. O'Don nell (secretary). A letter was rend from Mr .1. M'Carron, stating (ha...
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
CYCLING. In the bombardment of Antwerp, the famotJB works of the " Minerva" cars have been wrecked. This fac tory was one of the moat complete up-to-date in Europe, whilst the car that bears this name is recog nised as being the finest and most successful sleeve-valve type of en gine made. All the leading automo bile factories of Belgium have now been practically destroyed. In France little has been heard as to whether the various motor factories have been wrecked, but one thing is certain, the industry is at a stand still, with the exception of those works employed manufacturing heavy waggonB for transport pur poses.
CHAPTER XXIX. A Grave Suspicion. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
• CHAPTER XXIX. A Grave Suspicion. At the end of a week Gay and Herepath were no nearer to a solu tion of the mystery of the missing pictures. It was annoying and dis turbing, and none the less bo be cause they had said nothing to the police. True, Gay had communicated the loss to the solicitors to the es tate, and asked tor instructions, but bad received no satisfactory reply. The matter, he was informed, had beon reported to the trustees, who were "taking steps." Meanwhile, would Mr. Gay be so kind as to keep the matter a secret till ho heard from them again. "Very far from satisfactory," Gay commented. "Still, I've done my duty in the matter. Perhaps those chaps know something aud are keep ing it to themselves." "Perhaps it has happened before," Herepath suggested. "Perhaps I have stumbled upon some family scandal. Well, we have done all we can, Har old. But I've still got the idea tti, the thief will turn up again. It will amuse me to look out for him." For the moment there was ...
CHAPTER XXVIII. Enid Speaks Out. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
CHAPTER XXVIII. Enid Speaks Out. I-Iarloy bent his head parrot-like again. He and Gilray were coming to grips now. "Go on!*' he croaked. "Don't minco your words. So I am a party to iraud, am I?" "Yes, and I am another. Hero path lias beaten you. Ho did not turn out to be the average inventcr who does nothing but dream of on told gold So long as he 'has a sove reign in bis pocket. He pushed his machine on. He satisfied Brigden that he had only to go to the irade to get all the money he needed. In that case you would only have had a share of the profits for your thou sand pounds. That share was a l.uge fortune in itself, and would hava more than satisfied an average man. But you are not an average man. Vo»i cast about In your avaricious mind' for some^ scheme whereby you^ coulJ pet everything." - " "1 am-not admitting a word of this, Dr. Gilray. But go on, my eloquent accuser, go on." "Pooh! What does It matter whether you admit your villainy or not? Keep your denials for the dock, wh...
A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING. Plow few there are who. In every day life, profit by their own experi ence or their observation of others. We have many excellent rules for action handed down to us which we easily forget, or, at any rate, fail to practise. For instance, we have often heard the maxim: "A place for everything and everything In its place," and -yet there is hardly one in a thousand who acts upon the suggestion. So much to the contrary, that it is more true of us that we have a place for nothing and nothing in place. Yet, when we think for a moment, we know that this old maxim is a vastly important one in all departments of life, and can lose none of its import ance from age. The more numerous and varied the departments of business, and the more diversified our implements of work are, the more important it is that we carry out the maxim, that we practise the rule. Time is too precious to be wasted, and a great deal of it is spent each day in hunt ing for articles which have been...
SAFETYS ON THE FARM. Some Precautions Worth Taking. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
SAFETYS ON THE FARM. Some Precautions Worth Taking. . By "Doc." Don't throw boards and box covers that still have nails in them around promiscuously. They have an innate propensity to fall mischief-point up ward. Man or beast may be serious ly injured by stepping on them. Your barefoot boy may step on one and have a painful if not fatal wound. Your horse may be rendered worth less by stepping on such a nail. It takes a little longer to drive the nails out when you rip off a box co ver, but it's worth while. I speak from experience on this point, as 1 have stepped on such a nail, and—It hurts. Don't drive short, stubby stakes in to the ground where anyone may trip over them. Use a stake tall enough to stand up in sight, and if it is to be a permanent marker, paint it white, that it may be seen and shun ned. Don't leave rakes on the ground teeth up. They iljay spike someone, or you yourself may be the unfortun ate one. Neither should hoes be thrown down with the edge up. They may cut ...
Church Jubilee. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
CM Joliiee. The jubilee of the Scarsdale MethodiBt Church was celebrated on Sunday and Monday, and the ser vices were very successful. On Sun day the services were conducted by the Rev. E. O. Knee, a former min ister of the circuit. The afternoon service took the form of a pleasant Sunday afternoon; addresses being delivered by Mr F. Murdie (eon of a former society steward, and now of Geelong), Mr F. J. Bird, of Won thaggi, Mr I. Treverton, of St Kilda. Special solos, duets, quartettes were rendered by Misses Gladys Jones and Stella Jones, and Messrs Harry Bunn and H, R. Jones. Mr Fred. Wrigley was the organiBt. Thb choii included many old members of the choir and church, assisted by visi tors. The jubilee was continued in the Town Hall on Monday evening by a tea and public meeting. About 150 people eat down to tea. At the public meeting Rev. R. L. Reid oc cupied the chair. Apologies were received from Rev. J. Best, of the Anglican Church, and Mr Chas. Walker, president of the Old B...
The European War. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
me European war. There was a good district gathering on biuiday afternoou at a inciting held iu connection with the fitfield Patriotic Fund. Cr 1). Poyutou presided. Ho re marked that tho present war was the greatest — and would bo tlie great est over known. 11 y Australia send its troops to defend the Motherland Australia was defending itself. Despito the tact that the drought was bringing I hardship in its trail, ho was sure tlie j>oo t)lo Would respond a-* liberally as they , could to absiat" tlie defenders of the grand XjritUh Empire. Mr llinseu (missiouer in charge of tho IJemiiKa Home Mission station) eaid that iKi(l,b^» _w the Stato of Victoria only tfjx ueeii^. Iii Jingland there was a great . (i Vir. l'e Vc°l^ Australia. When iimi i i sliorw of tho Motherland on lbtn «i uly nothing was heard about tho war. When the steamor reached Capo lowii they were told of tho European war, ami they had an adventurous trip to Aus tralia, going over 300 miles out oi the or dinary cours...
CRICKET. ROKEWOOD JUNCTION CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
CRICKET. K01CBW00D JUNCTION CLUB. 1 here was a Rood attendance on Wctt nesday evening to re-form tno local crxe— ket club; Tho last season's report wa/» submitted, and was regarded as very gra tifying. J[r I. Rnchinger was electei" captain; MY N. M'Hutchison, vice-cap tain; and Mr .r. B. Chambers secretary^ Match and other committees were also ap pointed. The committee was anthorisef to purchase matting and other reqrnrc1 ments. It was stated that there was every possibility of a good association fe— ing formed this year, and the secrc-bu?' was instructed to write to the Corindliayv Iiokewood, Berringa. Illabavook and Kf> field clubs, asking them (o fall in witifc tn&lt;? proposal. TJokewood Junction h.nv^r challenged the Illabarook cricketers to it match for a supper. A scratch niatei. was played last Saturday by the Iocai ton in. and fonw of the players sliowcifc. their uld-litna. form.
Sporting. ROKEWOOD JUNCTION RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
soorlini. uokewood junction races. In connection with the Patriotic Itao* Meeting to bo hol&lt;l at tho IIlabareoSE courso to-day. A mooting of the com mittee was held on Wednesday evening^' f'r 1). roynton presiding. A very satis factory report was submitted by tlio sec retaries; letters of proffered assistance being received from Beeac, Cressy, Rok^* wood, and other parts. It was olici"fe»E fjiat tho courso was in goo&lt;l order, anA tnal other arrangements liad been conr— ploted. A good day's sport, seems as sured.
Searsdale Old Boys' Re-Union. NINTH ANNUAL CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
Msdale OH Bogs' Re-Ow. SSI-NTH ANNUAL CELEBRA TION. The enthnsiaein characteristic of previous re-uniona was fully main lined at the ninth annual re-union, |i«'ld on Friday of last week. The attendance \v:t3 large, old boys and :gicl8 being present from all parts of Commonwealth. The uaid-day 3rain from Bulla rat brought a good contingent of old boya and girls,and jgtoy were accortSed a civic welcome jst mo town hall. Mayor Banie', spraying cn behalf *»£ tho borough, expressed his pride to welcome the oltl boys and girls Stack to the dear old epot once again. Ho aiways looked forward (o the *5ay of their re-union, for he felt there was no happier day in the year. He had been reared in the ■Siatrict, educated at the old 6chool, sud was particularly proud to have 4he honor of presiding over such an important function. Cr T. H. Crosthwaite extended his congratulations to the old boys and £irls. The re union had become a *«d-lettt>r day for the district, and ao old boy or girl would ...
LEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, 14th October. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
LEICH SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, 14th October. Frescnt.—Crs -M. S. Lees (President), A. 1'. Bingley, J. Vernon, J. Boyle, W. Mil ler, .T. MIntro. Apologies wero received , for tho absence of Crs l'eel, Gibson, anil 1 Callaghan. ami &lt;lu not tlr'nk it advisable to make I Correspondence.—From C. N. Brand, Bannockburn, asking to be supplied with the copy of rolls of ratepaying electors for 19M-I5. Attended to.—Prom Sniro of Tamho, re abolition of Railway Lands Ac quisition Act.—i-'roni Const Day, llukc wood, forwarding .12; 10/, moiety of fines lor niontli of September.—From Siiiro of Gronville, stating that, owing to shortage of water in the reservoirs, the council was prohibiting the uso of water for irrigation purposes, and asking that noticcs be serv ed on the Leigh Shire side of the -Hoku ; w(io&lt;l .1 unci ion reservoir to that eil'cct To be informed that I«t*igh Shiro Council hail already taken action in the direction I indicated.—I''rom .Messrs Charles Bice, | ...
NARINGHAL. CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
XAUIXtillAL. CONCERT. On Wednesday last, for tho first time in its history, Wallinduc held a. concert, and tlie success of tho venture reflects great credit ou the workers who inaugura ted it. About a fortnight ago Mrs Moy nihan, correspondent of tho school Com mittee, convened a citizcns meeting to discuss the advisibility of working up a concert to assist in tho oquiping of tho Red Cross Society. It was decided to hold a variety concert. This gave tho working committee just ten days to mako all arrangements. Tho chairman, Mr H. Young, and tho secretary, Mr Porry, made arrangements with artists from Lis moro to help tho locals. Tickets were distributed and tlio ticket sollors did good work. Tho working committee—Messrs Young, Perry, Minsen, Padgett, H.Rowe, and Milno—carried out tho decorative work. The committee is indebted to Mrs Rowe for supplying a largo assortment of llags, ami M« xt.rvfOuym Clear, who kindly lout tho school Union Jack for the occasion. Mr Rowe generously lent...
District News. ILLABAROOK. ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
Bismol News. ILLABAROOK. ENTERTAINMENT. At a. well-attended meeting ot ladies and gentlemen interested in the local Presbyterian Church. it was decided to hold a social evening on Friday. L':li&lt;l inst., in the Mechanics' nail. It was stated thai, amongst; the performers are to Ijo Highland pipers and dancers from South Street. Mr J. Hizzoli was appoint ed secretary, in the temporary absence of MY D. M'Knv. Mr AV. Burnett occu pied the chair.
A DAY'S WORK. What is Best for Man and Beast. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
A DAY'S WORK. What (s Best for Man and Beasi.' "What constitutes a day's work upoa 7 a mm'; wnai length 01 wonting uay means the greatest ehiciency ot man aim ueast? Wnut lengtn brings tha oieatest proli'. in the loug run.' Mo answer 1 writes the ".breeders' via zeue"; can be given that would apply lu every region. There are sections ui snort seasons auu Uriel spring.-;, where one must strain all euergieB to gel tne lanu reauy and the crops in. mere are occasions in harvest when long nours anem may save much hay 01- grain, tiut in the cornbelt, on the average larin, what about the ieng(h 01 larui uay r Vviu a man accompusn —on tne average—more work in J. 4 nours man in lu : If he puts in 12 or 14 nours aneld, will he not rest a good many times, and call the teams to rest; as man is constituted, can ne give more than lu hours 01 honest, strenuous lield work in a day'/ (Jan a team do more than lu good, steady, nones t hours aneld? "We believe in the ten-hour day for the tanner and his...
It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
it Is Said. That JJr Geo. Raybould and Ms* . II. Clarke, of Smythesi'ale, hava been very successful in fishing a£ Lake Gmrumbeet 'during the las! week. For three trips the catelk was 87 fish, averaging 2$. lbs weight",, the bait used being the ordinary worm. Some fine hauls have als» been made in the Woady River nea»" Cressy. That a rod action in the rale charged to (he Melbourne Citj Council by tho electric supply coui mitteo for lighting the citjT has beers practically agreed to. That Hamilton Sewing Guild bay sent 110l> articles to the Red Crass Society and l).r>3 to the Lady Mayor ess Fund. That during September no fewer than 12,GOO " starv-ciM" arrived at Fish Creek, abont iiOO of vrhic&r perished, the mortality being princi pally due to tho cold weather condi tions obtaining locally iVr several, consecutive days. In the sara«* period about 200 cattle also arrivetfc. That tho Mirboo North schoaL committco has been informed tl>r-6 tbe Education Department baa ap...
THE MACHINE GUN. A Deadly Instrument of War. Something About It. [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
' ^ THE MACHINE GUN. A Deadly Instrument of War. Something About It. (By "Barclay.") i We have all heard and read so mucli about the machine gun of late that wo want to know something more about it. This comparatively little weapon has played an important and terrible part in the present war. We have read on several occasions lately that "machine guns mowed the oncom ing Germans down like corn," or some thing equally descriptive. There are several types of machine guns. There is, for instance, the ] iuaxim, llotchkiss, Gatling, Krupp. Gardner, Nordeufeldt, and the Ebr hardt. Each gun ia constructed much on the same principle, although there is a quick liriug gun that fires small shells, and not the usual riile ammuni tion. 1 The French and Germans some times call a machine gun a mitrail leuse. The only one I am acquainted with is the Maxim, invented by Sir Hiram Maxim, and it is a marvel of human inventive power. i The Maxim has to be seen to bo appreciated. It has to be heard to be...
Amongst the Mines. MINING AT PITFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Berringa Herald — 17 October 1914
.MIXING AT J'lTKIKIJl The Vitfic;ld Miuing Company reached an intcnvtini; stage, «rn fhcw aio imiieat ious that tin* bed oi' wr.nh> to taled a IVw years ago by tho Goveeu ment iliiiiiioikI drill i! 1 shortly be cu twcd. The expense incurred in copi.ii£ uilh tin* water fcronblo has caused /w constant drain on this funds, and with a view to determining the exteut vah:v of tho v.*a?:ii :t h;;s hi'cn dc::i;ird approach t tiL* Jovf va r.Tiit lor a grant nfc and til*.' :na:.;iv^*v (\T r M. Ik Viiu&lt;;h::ii) will piu.-.-e.s; lo Mcltaurne to morrow (Tuesday) for that purpose. Xn. tJte absence of Air J. Chatham. M.L A.._. the deputation to the Minister will b** introduced by Mr X). C. arGrath, M„K The latter, in referring \0 \\ie matter oax> Sunday, *aid he know of no nwro IcjrsE** mat© proposal for assistance. .Ho feffe that by giving the mine a chance continue its projecting work, tbo jtssaE& would bo that Pitfield, would again its old-timo glory.